RockSolid race at Escot Park cancelled

A photo from a previous RockSolid race at Escot Park

A photo from a previous RockSolid race at Escot Park - Credit: Archant

The company behind the event, Rocksolid Race Ltd, has announced it has ceased trading and has entered into voluntary liquidation.

Organisers of the popular RockSolid Race at Escot Park, near Ottery St Mary, have announced it has ceased trading and has entered into voluntary liquidation.

Rocksolid Race Ltd has cancelled all future events after struggling to meet project sales during a ‘poor 2016 season.’

The company issued a statement on its website and said it would be unable to refund bookings for events that have already been paid.

The statement says: “In our view, obstacle racing has become a very saturated market and, unfortunately, we couldn’t make the sales required to sustain the company. If we were to go ahead with the 2017 events, we would not be able to hold events to the quality or standard to which we are known for.


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“We are really sorry to disappoint each and every one of you that you won’t get a RockSolid race again.

“It has been deemed that the company is insolvent and will enter voluntary liquidation. As a result, we will be unable to service refunds where bookings for events have already been paid.”

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Participants who paid by credit card may be entitled to claim a chargeback by contacting their credit card company to find out if their bank offers the protection.

Participants can submit a claim through Robson Scott Associates which RockSolid Race Ltd is due to enter liquidation with.

To find out more information about submitting a claim, visit: http://robsonscottassociates.co.uk/rocksolid-race-ltd/

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