Norton Motorcycles to host 'Burnout' festival this weekend

John McGuinness is among the big names that will take to the Donington Hall track

Norton Motorcycles to host 'Burnout' festival this weekend

DONINGTON HALL, home of Norton Motorcycles, is to host its first annual Burnout event this weekend.

Bikers are invited to join racing legends John McGuinness, Josh Brookes, Tai Woffinden, David Knight, James Hillier and Lee Johnston on track at Norton CEO Stuart Garner’s Derby Manor.

Attendees will be able to explore the open paddock and pits, and watch historic concours display and parade laps, as well as taking part in a ‘run what ya brung’ race.

Off-track entertainment will include live music, food and drink, Riders Ball and trade stands, while tents can be pitched at The Priest House Hotel.

The motorcycle festival will take place throughout Saturday and Sunday, with tickets costing between £20 and £95.

And 40 lucky attendees can get their hands on a free Parade Pass (weekend track pass) worth £95, when they buy either a Saturday or Sunday Day Admission ticket. For more information on this, and the Burnout festival itself, click here.  

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