Residents in a Leicestershire village who say they have been affected by noise at a nearby race circuit will be asked for their views on a new noise restriction notice.
Mallory Park is now run by a new company after the previous operating company collapsed in November after a noise notice allowing 92 days of noisy activity was enforced from 1985.
The new notice, expected to be imposed on the new operators, Real Motorsport, allows for 105 noisy days per year.
This will be 27 Saturdays or Sunday, but no more than seven weekends with racing on both days.
The consultation document from Hinckley and Bosworth Borough Council states that no racing will take place after 6pm at weekends and 5pm on weekdays.
Residents have until Monday to give their views before the plans are put before the council on Wednesday 16th April.
The reopening of Mallory Park race track in Leicestershire has created 50 jobs - with more to come, its co-owner has revealed.
Eddie Roberts told ITV News Central that as the company plans to expand into other events, more new jobs would become available in future.
Racing fans have spoken of their delight at the reopening of the Mallory Park track in Leicestershire.
The track closed down last year after its operators went into administration.
But an open day today heralded the start of a new lease of life for the popular racing venue.
Mallory Park is preparing to open its gates for the first time since the race track was almost forced to close down last year.
The Leicestershire circuit will mark its official re-opening with a "Meet the Team" open day on 1 March.
Well-known racers attending will include motorcycle racer John Cooper, World Superbike Champion Tom Sykes and World Speedway Champion Tai Woffinden.
The previous leaseholders, Mallory Park Motorsport Limited, went into administration after being ordered to pay fines and costs of more than £26,000 for breaching noise regulations.
Superbikes team owners, Stuart Hicken and Eddie Roberts, have since stepped in to save the circuit in Kirby Mallory.
Workers who were made redundant when Mallory Park's previous operators were liquidated have returned to the circuit to speak to the new company running the track.
Real Motorsport Limited signed the lease of Mallory Park on Wednesday and plan to host their first race in charge in March.
Former workers at the track say they're pleased that racers Stuart Hicken and Eddie Roberts have secured the future of their beloved race track.
The new operators of Leicestershire race circuit Mallory Park say they want the track to become a recreation area for families.
They hope to include cycling, triathlon and equestrian events at the track as well as racing.
Stuart Hicken and Eddie Roberts invited ITV News Central to their new home and spoke to us exclusively.
The racers responsible for saving Leicestershire's Mallory Park say racing at the track will resume in March.
Specialist work on changing the acoustics to reduce noise in the village will start now after complaints from residents under the previous owners.
Real Motorsport Limited are the new operators of Mallory Park in Leicestershire.
The company has been formed jointly by Stuart Hicken and Eddie Roberts, both racers with links to Mallory Park.
Stuart Hicken is the owner of the Buildbase BW Motorrad UK British Superbike Team. He started racing in the 1960s and set up his racing team.
Eddie Roberts owns Complog, a leading retailer of motorcycle tyres that also supplies the British Superbike Series. He enjoyed a twenty year racing career, competing in the Isle of Man TT.