Race Registraion is now open!

Race Registraion is now open!

We are now accepting entries to the race on 1st September.

There will be 3 races on the day, two childrens races and the adult race. The first childrens race is for children aged 4 –7 or 8-11, these must have a responsible adult accompanying them throughout the race. The second childrens race is for children aged 12-15, they will complete two circuits of the childrens race route and do not require an adult to run with them.

The adults race has three categories: aged 16+, elite and veterans (55+). The elite category is new for 2019 and is for teams that have previously, or predict they will, complete the 1.4 mile race route in less than 10 minutes. Please ensure ages on the day are as per the general rules,

Both races will start at the John Barleycorn with the childrens race starting at 12 pm and the adults race at 1 pm.

You can register your team either by filling in our web form or by downloading a copy of the entry form and returning it to the address below.

Please note places are limited and will be allocated on a first come first serve basis. Entry costs are as follows:

  • £5.00 per team for the childrens race
  • £10.00 per team for the adults race

Cheques should be made payable to ‘Duxford Charity Derby’ and payment should be sent to Peter Stribling, 16 Grange Road, Duxford, CB22 4QE no later than 31st August 2019. For more information please email duxfordsoapboxderby@outlook.com

Entries to the cart race are limited and will be allocated on a first come, first served basis. Applications must be received by 31st August 2019.

By entering you confirm that you will abide by our general rules and childrens rules or adult rules, depending on which race you will compete in.

Event disclaimer – Participants in this event do so at their own risk. The organising committee Duxford Soapbox Derby 2018 take no responsibility for any accidents, injuries, loss or damage incurred during this fund raising event. Contact details above. This event or activity is kindly being organised by a supporter of Cancer Research UK. Many fundraising events are organised in this way and we rely on the generous support of our volunteers and the general public to raise vital funds for our life-saving work. Cancer Research UK staff may have supported the organiser of this event but the charity is not responsible for the event itself. The event organiser will be encouraged to look at all aspects of safety for their event or activity. However Cancer Research UK cannot accept responsibility for any loss, damage or injury from the fundraising event.

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