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.
Cadwell Park is more commonly used for motorcycle track days, but still great for cars. The track day events are always great value for money, especially if you get them at the book early price.
Nicknamed the 'mini-Nürburgring, the undulating circuit layout is a combination of long, fast curves with some tricky tight bends and a challenging hairpin. The track can be split into two main sections; the section from Coppice through to Chris Curve (Club Circuit) which is fairly simple and the section from Gooseneck through to Barn which requires a lot of concentration. An MSV circuit and track days are perfect for the beginner and pro alike, the calendar of events can be seen on this page as well as information on noise limits.
Darley Moor Airfield, built in 1942 and opened in 1943, is a former RAF training facility that is now used predominantly for motorsport and aviation activities. The site now regularly hosts motorcycle races and bike track days and is also used for road cycling events.
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. Located at a former World War 2 US air base, Snetterton began its motorsport life in the hands of a group of Aston Martin enthusiasts. Among the first additions to the track were two chicanes designed to reduce racing speeds down the huge runways! With two of the longest straights in the country and a location deep in the countryside, Snetterton is an ideal venue for round-the-clock events, long distance record attempts and speed trials. Newly built pit garages and hospitality suites have further enhanced its spectator appeal, as well as the new 'Snetterton 300' Circuit which adds another mile and a complex set of new corners.
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.
Thruxton track days is a circuit like many others around the UK was originally an old airfield used in during the war. The airfield opened as a race track in 1950, both the runways and perimeter roads were used for the track. To begin with, it was only bikes that used the track until 1952 when the cars joined in on the action. Track action came to a stop in 1965 due to the tarmac being extremely worn. Plans were soon put into action to redevelop, just three years later in 1968, the track re-opened.
The newly developed track had been changed and instead of using the runways the perimeter roads were used and the new chicane along with three tight corners has made this track one of the greatest. Despite adding the chicane and the three corners Thruxton is still believed to be the fastest race track in the UK.
A new 1100 metre outdoor state-of-the-art kart track has recently been opened, and this has been specially designed to provide a testing yet competitive course, built to an international specification. A demanding and highly versatile 4x4 facility, using a fleet of modern Land Rover Discovery's, completes the spectrum of facilities offered by the Thruxton Motor Sports Centre. Loads of mud; many steep and angled inclines, chasms and a see-saw!
Modernly know as the 'East Midlands Heritage Circuit' the Donington Park Heritage loop is the remaining section old the old circuit and used for track day training and public supercar driving events.
Rockingham Motor Speedway is a unique venue with the fastest circuit layout in the UK. An excellent all-around track day and driving experience location.
Rockingham Motor Speedway is the UK's first purpose-built banked oval circuit since Brooklands, officially opening in summer 2001. The circuit has permanent seating for 7,500 in the Rockingham Building, with additional seating for another 20,000. According to circuit officials, a view of around 85% of the track from any position should be possible. With 36 pit garages in place, the teams should also be well catered for. You can take your own vehicle for a drive or choose from a huge range of Supercars and Single Seaters. A day out driving at Rockingham is the perfect gift.