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Old 27 Aug 2007, 21:02   #1
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Track Radio Frequencies

Hello Peeps,

Browsing through the forum (I really should get a life ), I notice the question often arises about scanner frequencies for circuits.

Fortunately, in one of the answers Gerryc pointed people to an excellent website www.marshalspost.com which, under the "circuits" link you can read a pretty good write up on most of the circuits. It also details the known frequencies for circuits.

To aid everyone, I have consolidated all the frequencies into the list you can see below:

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Aintree 165.1625
Blyton Rally Cross 169.3375
Brands Hatch 169.3375
Cadwell Park 169.3375
Castle Combe 169.3375
Croft 165.2125
Curborough Sprint Course organising clubs use their own or hire shenstone & district car club's radios, so varies
Donington Park 166.7625
Donington Park 169.0125
Donington Park 169.3375
Goodwood Not Known
Gurston Down Not Known
Salisbury Not Known
Loton Park Hillclimb Not Known
Lydden Hill 169.3375
Mallory Park 169.3375
Oulton Park 169.3375
Prescott Hillclimb Not Known
Rockingham 169.3375 With Tone Lock
Shelsley Walsh Hill Climb 169.2250
Shelsley Walsh Hill Climb 167.2000
Silverstone 167.9750 main e.s.
Silverstone 169.8375 Pits
Silverstone 169.2125 Paddock
Silverstone 169.0625 e.s.2
Silverstone plus various other for yellow/ blue flags etc.
Snetterton 169.3375
Three Sisters Not Known
Thruxton 169.3375

Republic of Ireland
Mondello Park 163.9850 ??

Northern Ireland
Kirkistown Not Known

Scotland
Knockhill 169.3375
Knockhill 169.3000

Wales
Anglesey 169.3375
Pembrey 169.3375

Enjoy, and remember, always ask your observer before using a scanner, and never directly act on, or pass on, the information you gather from it!

Now, has anyone got a spare life, because I seem to have lost mine!!

Terry "Tigger" Glover

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Old 27 Aug 2007, 21:07   #2
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Castle Combe 169.3375
Hope that helps... 169.3375 is the standard channel I believe for most "local" operators on the licence they have.
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Hope that helps... 169.3375 is the standard channel I believe for most "local" operators on the licence they have.
Thank you kind sir, duly edited (while I still have time)

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Old 27 Aug 2007, 21:38   #4
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Salisbury? The only racing that goes on there is for HORSES!!!!!!!

Gurston uses the regular 169.3375.
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Salisbury? The only racing that goes on there is for HORSES!!!!!!!

Gurston uses the regular 169.3375.
Thanks for that, too late to edit it now.

Any chance you can make a little less noise on a sunday morning whenI've got a thumping head??

Good to meet you this weekend and had a look at your website and all I can say is that if ever I need a tower of strength, I'll call you.

Hurry up and get the mobile home then we can erm, populate the bar for a tad longer

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Any chance you can make a little less noise on a sunday morning whenI've got a thumping head??
That was self inflicted, and therefore I don't have any sympathy!!!!!

Anyway, I have no control over the volume - race control are the only ones when they switch the power off unexpectedly!!!!!!!
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169.3375 is the MSA allocated frequency for Rescue and is therefore in use at every circuit event. As such it should not be in use for general Circuit or Race Control to Post traffic, purely Rescue related activities.
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169.3375 is the MSA allocated frequency for Rescue and is therefore in use at every circuit event. As such it should not be in use for general Circuit or Race Control to Post traffic, purely Rescue related activities.
Not strictly true as in another thread it says that this frequency is not actually licenced to the MSA...
see here http://www.ten-tenths.com/forum/showthread.php?t=97194

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Salisbury Not Known


Why shoud roys1 have his own frequency?
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Why shoud roys1 have his own frequency?
ah yes but my SALSBURY is not plain at all
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I used a scanner for the first time at Brands this weekend....it makes such a difference knowing what is going on - even if it is just moaning about prima-donna racing drivers!
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Now, has anyone got a spare life, because I seem to have lost mine!!

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Yeah i think it was taken with that UFO


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Not strictly true as in another thread it says that this frequency is not actually licenced to the MSA...
see here http://www.ten-tenths.com/forum/showthread.php?t=97194
Oh dear. Could be the Blue Book is in need of an update as will be all the Race frequencied radio's in the rescue units.
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Here's some more up to date frequencies.....

Silverstone
159.6875 Silverstone Stowe Circuit
163.6875 and 169.0875 Silverstone Race control (FIA GT)
163.9250 and 159.4250 Silverstone - Marshals Posts (F1)
164.5125 and 160.0125 Silverstone Race control (F3/GT)
167.7375 and 172.6375 St John Ambulance
167.9750 and 172.7750 Silverstone Marshals
169.0625 Racetrack Breakdown/Recovery
169.1000 Silverstone Hospitality (BRDC?)
169.3375 Silverstone Marshals
169.8625 Racetrack Safety (Breakdown/Recovery)
173.0875 Safety car (F3/GT)
446.2125 Silverstone Grandstand Security
453.2000 and 459.7000 Silverstone Drive School
453.4500 Silverstone Events Management Security
453.9250 and 460.4250 Silverstone Events Management Security
453.9750 and 460.4750 Silverstone Race Control/Medical
456.3500 Silverstone Events Management Security
456.6750 and 462.1750 Silverstone Race Control
456.8625 Silverstone Hospitality
462.3625 Silverstone Paddock Hospitality

Thruxton
164.0625 Thruxton Ticket Sales
169.3375 Thruxton Marshals
173.0500 St John Ambulance
456.3875 Security
456.8625 Security
456.9875 Security


Donington Park
153.7125 St John Ambulance
154.8000 Marshals
158.7875 Marshals
166.7625 and 171.5625 Race Control
166.8375 and 171.8375 Medical Control
173.0500 St John Ambulance
453.4500 Donington Events Management Security


Caste Combe
164.0500 Castle Combe Gates and Security
169.3375 Track Marshals
173.0500 St John Ambulance

Rockingham
166.1625 and 170.9625 Ops CH1
166.9375 and 171.7375 Ops CH2
169.3375 Safety CH3
163.15 Officials CH4
159.5375 Common CH5
164.0125 Spotters CH6
164.1375 Race Control CH7
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