A driver has died during a British land speed record attempt at an airfield in York.
A full investigation is to take place into the circumstances of the incident at Elvington Airfield on Thursday afternoon.
Elvington Airfield was the scene of a crash involving former Top Gear presenter Richard Hammond in 2006.
A Motorsport UK spokesman said of the incident on Thursday: "Further information will be provided once the initial findings of the investigation are available.
"Our thoughts are with the driver's family, who have been informed, the organisers of the event, and other members of the motorsport community present."
Motorsport UK said that it was working with the event organiser and North Yorkshire Police on the investigation.
Hammond was left in a coma for two weeks and suffered brain injuries after crashing a jet-powered car 14 years ago.
The privately-owned venue, which is an active airfield, is also a facility for driving, driver training, filming and other testing purposes for professional organisations.