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A full list of all the major Race Circuits UK and European Race Circuits that Host Track Days and Driving Experiences and Race Days.

You can use the filter below to find the nearest Circuit to you then click through for information on car and bike trackdays at the venue as well as track information and directions.
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Abingdon ( East Midlands )

Abingdon Airfield has top quality tarmac with a good mix of corners, long straights and run off area.

Anglesey ( Wales )

In early 2007 Anglesey had almost the entire circuit re-designed. It now boast 4 circuit layouts including a Full (GP), Club, National and 'Coastal' circuit. Originally the Bodorgan Estate owned the land on which the circuit is situated. The land was sold to the army briefly in 1941, when it was developed as a rocket launching area. The estate was able to buy back the land, complete with the entire road network the army had installed. In common with other race circuits in the UK the roads were joined together and this created the circuit. Anglesey track days now hosts a large amount of car and bike races and track days.

Aragon ( Spain )

Motorland Aragon is a brand new multiple layout circuit in Spain and host to the MotoGP and World Superbikes amongst other world class racing events. This 2.5 mile main circuit has its own ‘Laguna Seca’ style corkscrew and downhill 1.2km straight. This new Spanish circuit is, in Valentino Rossi’s words, “quite complicated but it's a lot of fun and it's fast!”. Its variety of corners allow for plenty of safe overtaking.

Bedford Autodrome ( East Midlands )

Rebuilt in 1999 and owned by former Racing Driver Jonny Palmer, Bedford Autodrome was designed for the enjoyment of high performance road cars. As well as an excellently designed and challenging layout, it also has lots of run off areas making it one of the most safest track day circuits in the country. For this reason, Bedford Autodrome track days are popular for Novice drivers. The Circuit has 2 layouts, the Grand Turismo at 4.1 miles and the SEN Circuit at 2.3 miles. Bedford Autodrome is also a popular location for corporate driving events.

Blyton Park ( East Midlands )

Blyton Park offers a fun and challenging 1.6 mile track day circuit and the new Eastern Circuit.

The new high grip surface has excellent run off and is therefore ideal for beginners where as the more technical layout of the Eastern Circuit is more suited to an experienced driver or rider. On site you will find toilet blocks and shelter in the paddock as well as an admin and race control building. In addition to own vehicle track days we also offer Blyton Park driving experiences.

Brands Hatch ( South East )

Brands Hatch has been home to British Motor Sports since 1926, constantly updated and upgraded it is now home to some of the best car and motorcycle races in the world.
As well as Brands Hatch track days in your own vehicle we also offer Brands Hatch Driving Experiences.

Cadwell Park ( East Midlands )

A combination of long and fast curves with some tricky tight bends and hills with a nasty hairpin. The track can be split into two main sections, the section from Coppice through to Chris Curve (Club Circuit) is fairly simple but the section from Goose neck through to Barn requires a lot of concentration. Cadwell Park track days are perfect for the beginner and pro alike, the calendar of events can be seen below as well as information on noise limits.

Cartagena ( Spain )

Cartagena's undulating gradients and fantastic final chicane make this a satisfying circuit for both new and experienced drivers.

Castle Combe ( South West )

Since its opening in 1950, some of the most famous names in motor racing have left their tyre tracks around Castle Combe's challenging tarmac, including drivers like Moss, Salvadori, Mansell, Senna, Surtees, Hill and Coulthard. Marques like BRM, Ferrari, Vanwall, Jaguar, Aston Martin and Lotus have thrilled the crowds. The track's 1.8 miles are regarded as having some of the most challenging corners in British Motorsport. Once visitors arrive they find first class facilities in an attractive park-like setting. Some 15,000 lorry loads of earth have been landscaped into fine viewing areas all around the circuit. Tarmac roads allow easy vehicle movement around the circuit's 240 acre site. Castle Combe are proud of their location and have added to its visual impact with a massive planting scheme. Castle Combe is high in speed and high in action. The track is a good length at nearly two miles and viewing is plentiful with banking at most points. Castle Combe gets booked very quickly so plenty of time should be allowed to reserve a space. Below you will find the list of up and coming track days as well as information on noise limits.

Catalunya ( Spain )

Ideally situated next to Barcelona in Spain. This world class circuit is one of the few with privileged premier status and able to hold both MOTOGP and Formula One. A great combination of corners and fast straight make this a nice all-rounder.

Croft ( North East )

Croft is an International Motor Racing Circuit which as well as hosting track day events is used for the British Touring Car and British Superbike Championships. Racing at Croft can be traced back as far as the 1920s, when cars were in their infancy. Due to a limitation on the number of events that can be run in a Year, Croft track day are few and far between and its always advisable to book early to avoid disappointment.

Croix en Ternois ( France )

The circuit Croix en Ternois was built back in 1973, and has a succession of slow, tight corners.

Donington Park ( East Midlands )

At the centre of the UK, Donington Park is a major international Grand Prix class motor racing venue that hosts both track day and driving experience events.

Estoril ( Portugal )

Estoril Circuit is a tricky MOTOGP race track in Portugal with long corners and heavy braking zones and a difficult chicane.

Although unpredictable the weather is generally warm making the Circuit a popular choice for track day riders seeking a challenge. A new chicane was added in 1994 which combined with the long, constant radius corners and heavy braking zones make it one of the trickiest Circuits to ride in Europe.

Folembray ( France )

This French Circuit is a smooth tarmac, technical and varied track made up of rapid curves, a hair pin bend and a few long straights with many riders reaching speeds of 120mph.

Goodwood ( South East )

Goodwood Track Days - Once graced by the likes of Stirling Moss, Goodwood circuit is one of the most famous circuits in British racing history. Goodwood track day events and a handful of classic and supercar driving experiences are on offer.

Lydden Hill ( South East )

One of the shorter circuits in the UK, but it is very popular with both competitors and spectators. Competitors find the Lydden Hill Circuit quite a challenge.

Mallory Park ( East Midlands )

Host to many Motorsport events and a great track day and driving experience venue. One of the packages available is full-blown Formula One driving experience with overnight accommodation included.

Oulton Park ( North West )

Oulton Park Racing Circuit is situated in 320 acres of glorious Cheshire countryside proving spectacular car and bike racing from April to October including British Superbikes, British Touring Cars, Formula 3 and Family Fun Days. Free parking, restaurant, bar facilities. Experience the thrill for yourself with our racing, rally and early drive activities. Corporate and conference facilities, plus race day hospitality. Situated 2 miles off the A49 near Tarporley. Oulton Park race track has been extended over the years, and boasts the distinction of having three circuits in one, namely Fosters, Island and International. Unusually, it is also able to seat spectators in beautiful undulating parkland within the perimeter of the circuit, providing unrivalled views of the action during race meetings and driving experiences alike. You can book your Oulton Park trackday using the calendar below.

Pembrey ( Wales )

One of only two racing circuits in Wales. Pembrey Race Circuit is an extremely popular Bike track day venue.

Portimao ( Portugal )

Portimao is a brand new world class circuit in the Portuguese Algarve with a challenging and technical layout and excellent facilities.

The Circuit hosts top class motorsport along with car and bike track days all year around with almost guaranteed good weather. WSB and MOTOGP now hold rounds here - it is that good.

Rockingham ( East Midlands West Midlands )

A unique venue with the fastest circuit in the UK. An excellent all round track day and driving experience location.

Silverstone ( East Midlands )

Silverstone hosts the British Grand Prix and is probably the most recognised and spectacular track day Circuit in the UK. It's a pleasure to drive or ride on a track day knowing that some of the greatest names in motorsport have been laid down some rubber underneath you. Silverstone Bike track days and Silverstone Car track days regularly take place on the Grand Prix and National Circuit, whilst the driving experiences at Silverstone are mainly on the International and Southern Circuits.

Snetterton ( East Anglia )

Completely revamped in 2011 with another mile of corners added in for good measure. Still a fast flowing circuit that has retained all the best bits to keep its original fans happy. Better than ever.

Spa ( Belgium )

Without a doubt one of the most popular circuits in the world, Spa race track in Belgium survives by its reputation. Still one of the F1 race circuits, Spa track days are one of the most exciting track day you could do.

Thruxton ( South East )

Thruxton race circuit is one of the fastest in the country with legendary high speed corners and reputation where circuit drivers can really test their skills. It lays claim to being one of the longest in the UK at 2.4 miles per lap. Both track days and driving experiences are available.

Woodbridge ( East Anglia )

Woodbridge Airfield is an RAF base near Ipswich which has an extremely smooth runway and taxiways. This venue is great for track day first timers as there is plenty of run-off.

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