The event moves this year to a new venue, Darley Moor, the configuration of which will ensure different impacts other than seen before.
The event is outdoors and will follow all appropriate Government guidelines and will only be cancelled if required under those guidelines.
As we get nearer more details of the day will be added to this description.
So, book early to avoid disappointment, as when capacity is reached, we will have to stop accepting bookings.
For a sample of what you might see, here is a high-speed video of a Vauxhall Vectra into X-Type Jaguar video: https://youtu.be/aVFJjT9JLu8
Agenda for the day (subjects to change)
09.15 Safety briefing
09.30 Crash 1: Head-on–both cars moving at 20 mph
09.50 Stage accident – Multiple collisions to demonstrate different mark types
10.30 Crash 2: Head-on–police car into police car at 30 mph
10.50 Lecture room – CPD and the introduction of the Certificate of Professional Competence – Mr J Keenan, Chairman, ITAI
11.30 Crash 3: T-bone – Ambulance into car
11.50 Lecture room – How safe are electric vehicles? – Mr P Mitchell, Delphi Technologies
12.30 Crash 4: Head-on – police car into police car at 50 mph
12.50 Lecture room – Mr M Rowe, Leica-Geosystems
13.30 Crash 5: T-bone – Ambulance into ambulance
13.50 Lecture room – Digital photography for forensic collision investigators – an overview! – Mr A Sinfield, CameraCal
14.30 Crash 6: T-bone – Police car into police car at 30 mph
14.50 Lecture room – Details to follow
15.30 Crash 7: T-bone – Police car into police car at 50 mph
16.00 Crash 8: Lamp post collision – car into lamp post
16.30 Crash 9 – Shunt impact – bullet car into two static vehicles at 60 mph
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