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.
Abingdon Airfield, also known as RAF Abingdon, is a favourite amongst track day enthusiasts and is located near Abingdon in Oxfordshire. The airfield is steeped in military history, and was opened in 1932 by the Ministry of Defence, primarily being used by the Royal Air Force.
In total, 27 squadrons were based at the airfield during its 60 year RAF tenure, which came to an end in 1992. But it has now gained a second lease of life, with Abingdon track days now occurring regularly throughout the year for both cars and bikes, as well as driving experience packages in Supercars, Trucks and Muscle Cars to name a few.
And with its high-quality asphalt surface and huge run-off areas, it makes an ideal location for Car track days, especially for beginners who are just getting a taste for the thrills of superfast driving. The track layout features a mix of technical corners with long straights, enabling speeds in excess of 100 mph without the risk of colliding with barriers.
Anglesey is the largest and most well known circuit in Wales on our books here at TrackDays. Originally owned as part of the land held by the Bodorgan Estate, it was sold to the Army briefly in 1941 for use as a rocket launching area. After the Estate bought back the land with the road network intact, Anglesey Circuit was born.
There are now a total of four circuit layouts situated across the venue - Full (GP), Club, National and Coastal - after the venue was redesigned with a fresh new look in 2007, and the wide range on offer means that it is ideal for our Own Car or Bike Track Days, all upcoming dates of which are listed on our Events calendar above.
Also on offer at Anglesey is a selection of amazing driving experience packages for Adult and Junior drivers in Supercars, American Muscle Cars and special Arrive and Drive packages in a Ginetta G40 or a Caterham Roadsport SV.
Rebuilt in 1999 and owned by former racing driver Jonathan 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 runoff areas making it one of the safest track day circuits in the country.
For this reason, Bedford Autodrome track days are popular for novice drivers. The circuit has two layouts, the Grand Turismo, which is 4.1 miles long, and the SEN Circuit which is 2.3 miles long, both of which offer a challenge to all drivers of all levels of expertise.
Bedford Autodrome is also a popular location for corporate driving events and bookings. The circuit is also used for the Palmer Sports corporate events, which are hosted on a monthly basis and are very well attended.
And as well as the Own Car and Bike Track Days that we have available - all current dates listed below - there’s also the chance to book one of a kind Driving Experiences in American Trucks, as well as Arrive and Drive packages to book in a custom prepared BMW M3 or blisteringly fast Ariel Atom.
Blyton Park offers a fun and challenging 1.6 mile track day circuit and their new Eastern Circuit. The new high grip surface has excellent runoff, and is therefore ideal for beginners, whereas the more technical layout of the Eastern Circuit is more suited to an experienced driver or rider, with a variety of challenging straights and corners.
The Own Car and Bike Track Day packages we offer at this venue include additional extras such as helmet hire, your own garage on the track, and access to an on-site expert who will guide you through what to expect and how to get the most out of your set of hot wheels on the track.
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, with a variety of exciting vehicles including Supercars, Trucks and Racing Cars all on offer to be booked for both Adult and Junior drivers.
Brands Hatch has been home to British motorsports since 1926. Constantly updated and upgraded, it rivals Silverstone as a home to some of the best car and motorcycle races in the country and the world, and the site of some of its greatest victory laps in both British Grand Prix and European Grand Prix tournaments between 1964 and 1986.
As well as Brands Hatch track days in your own vehicle, we also offer Brands Hatch Driving Experiences in a variety of Supercars, Racing Cars, American Trucks and specially prepared Drifting Cars, for both Adult and Junior drivers to enjoy. These can be booked using our Events calendar or by purchasing one of our open gift vouchers.
Cadwell Park Circuit is situated in the Lincolnshire Wolds, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. It is more commonly used for motorcycle and bike track days, but is equally a great venue to bring cars along for our Own Car Track Days.
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 on the Club Circuit, which is fairly simple, and the section from Gooseneck through to Barn which requires a lot of concentration.
The circuit at Cadwell Park and its track days for cars and bikes are perfect for drivers of all levels of experience, from beginners to advanced pros. Our Events calendar is regularly updated and offers full listings that can be accessed, together with information on the circuit and noise limits, here on this page.
Since it’s 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 Sir Stirling Moss, James Surtees, Damon Hill and David Coulthard, with prestigious marques like BRM, Ferrari, Vanwall, Jaguar, Aston Martin and Lotus thrilling crowds for many years.
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.
Being one of our most popular venues in the South West of England, Castle Combe gets booked very quickly, so plenty of time should be allowed to reserve a space. Above you will find the list of up and coming track days as well as information on noise limits and further information on driving experience packages we have available to book here.
Croft is an International Motor Racing Circuit located just outside Darlington in North Yorkshire, 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, track days at Croft for both cars and bikes are few and far between.
For this reason, we always advise our customers who want to attend a track day at Croft to book early to avoid disappointment, as spaces go very quickly. Our calendar has complete listings for all available and forthcoming dates, and is updated regularly.
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.
Situated in the heart of the East Midlands, Donington Park is a major international, Grand Prix class, motor racing venue that hosts both own car and bike track days and driving experience events. It is perhaps best known as the site where Ayrton Senna roared to victory in the 1993 European Grand Prix.
The Donington Park circuit dates back to 1931 when Fred Craner, a garage owner from Derby and amateur motorcycle racer, persuaded a local farmer to allow motorcycle racing on roads around his estate.
In 1939, with the outbreak of WWII, the British Army took control of the site, and racing did not restart until 1977, after the acquisition of the land by Tom Wheatcroft, another local businessman. The original Melbourne Corner was not in the area acquired in 1971 and the current Melbourne Loop was added in 1985.
Many of our customers who book for our Own Car and Bike Track Days always look forward to taking on the challenges of the loop, but it’s equally enjoyable for our range of driving experience packages in Supercars, American Trucks, and also for our Arrive and Drive days where you can take to either a Ginetta G40 or a Caterham Roadsport SV. Listings for all our forthcoming track days can be found in our calendar above.
Once graced by the likes of the late Sir Stirling Moss, Goodwood Motor Circuit is one of the most famous circuits in British racing history. Goodwood was revived as a circuit in 1998, and is currently in operation for track days and vehicle / performance testing. The circuit is just nearly 2.5 miles long, with higher speed bends and straights than multiple chicanes, perfect for the Own Car and Bike Track Days we have available to book here.
Even on name alone, 'Glorious' Goodwood evokes a fond heritage and nostalgia of British motorsport from a golden age. Every year, they host their much loved Festival of Speed event, attracting motor enthusiasts from all around the UK. Goodwood is also one of our venues for a range of exciting Supercar and Racing Car driving experience packages, offering the chance to drive some of the most desirable marques and pole position victors around.
One of the shorter track circuits in the UK, Lydden Hill Race Circuit is very popular with both competitors and spectators. The circuit is a challenge to stretch even the most seasoned driver, with a variety of bends, gradients and short straights to get to grips with.
Originally ¾ miles long, it was increased to 1 mile in length in 1967 when the hairpin was extended up Hairy Hill. The natural bowl of the track means spectators get an amazing view of the action where they chose to sit.
Founded in 1955 by Bill Chesson, the track was originally used for stock cars and grass track racing, with a tarmac surface and hosted car racing up to Formula 3 level introduced from 1965.
In 1967 the track hosted RallyCross driving on a combined grass/tarmac circuit. RallyCross is still one of the most popular events at Lydden Hill, and recently featured on BBC motoring show Top Gear where the presenters took part in a rallycross race.
Mallory Park Racing Track features one of the fastest corners in UK racing, as well as the slowest hairpin and the trickiest chicane to challenge even the most seasoned professional. Open practice sessions for ACU license holders are held every Wednesday afternoon and sometimes attract surprisingly big names.
Linking the Lake Esses and Devils Elbow can form a one-mile oval circuit. This is used for car racing, with races run in an anti-clockwise direction. Mallory Park may be the UK's second smallest circuit, but it still is a great circuit to ride or drive in, whether it’s for an own car or bike track day, or for a range of exciting driving experiences in supercars on offer, from Ferrari to Lamborghini.
Mallory is a surprisingly fast circuit, and that's despite having Shaws Hairpin, easily the tightest corner of any UK track. Mallory Park offers spectators a great variety of exciting motorsport events every weekend during the racing season, with a picturesque lake in the middle for added ambience. There are plenty of places for spectators to get really close to the action, and more importantly for drivers and riders, plenty of places to overtake.
Oulton Park Racing Circuit is a 1.6 mile long racing circuit, situated in 320 acres of glorious Cheshire countryside, providing spectacular car and bike racing from April to October. This includes British Superbikes, British Touring Cars, Formula 3 and Family Fun Days.
Experience the thrill for yourself with our racing, rally and early drive activities. The race track at Oulton Park has been extended over the years and boasts the distinction of having three circuits in one, namely Fosters, Island and International, all of which offer varying strengths of difficulty to even the most seasoned expert of drivers.
Unusually, the beautiful undulating parkland within the perimeter of the circuit provides a unique, natural seated area for spectators, providing unrivalled views of the action during race meetings and driving experiences alike. You can book your Oulton Park track day using our regularly updated Events calendar below.
One of only two racing circuits in South Wales, Pembrey Race Circuit is an extremely popular track day venue. Pembrey Race Track is another of those hidden gem circuits, sometimes overlooked due to its location. We feel that does it a disservice, as it represents great racing of nearly 1½ miles of continually improving track.
In 2001, vast improvements were made to the whole venue, with the long-awaited track extension, a new pit complex and spectator bridge, meaning the circuit could see international racing in the near future. A brand new section of track was installed in 2017, which now allows for more than one layout to be used for any given event.
One of the features of the new circuit layout is a heavy braking section, that will be followed by high-speed right-hand corners, testing not only the ability of the vehicles on track but also the ability of racers and riders. The current Pembrey circuit layout is governed by two vital corners: Brooklands Hairpin and Honda Curve. Each leads on to a critically fast part of the circuit, so carrying speed is vital.The inner part of the circuit is seemingly a never-ending sequence of bends, while the incredibly tight Hatchers Hairpin is at the end of the longest straight, making it very easy to overshoot under braking. Above you can see all of the current Pembrey track days for both car and motorcycle, plus a range of great driving experiences that are available to book here too.
Just where do you start with a circuit that is, by all accounts, the last word in British and international motorsport? You can feel the heritage and legacy the second you arrive at Silverstone, and just a hint of the excitement all those British F1 Grand Prix and MotoGP champions must feel taking to its historic corners.
It's a pleasure to drive or ride on a track day knowing that some of the greatest names in motorsport have 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, which lets you push your own set of hot wheels to its limits - maybe even to pole position under the guidance of an expert instructor.
But for a taste of what supremely fast, turbocharged thoroughbreds can really do at this iconic venue, there’s many fantastic driving experiences at Silverstone available to be booked in Supercars and F1 style Single Seater racing cars. These mainly take place on the International and Southern Circuits.
Also newly launched for 2020 is the Silverstone Experience, a totally immersive new exhibition that gets you deeper into the history of Silverstone and British motor racing than you ever thought possible, with many exciting attractions on offer.
Situated in Norfolk, Snetterton Circuit is one of the main track circuits in East Anglia, Half an hour’s drive from Norwich, it was completely revamped in 2011 with an extra mile of corners added in to boost its tests of endurance and skill for drivers.
Located at a former American WWII air base, Snetterton began its motorsport life in the hands of a group of Aston Martin enthusiasts. Aston Martin models, along with many other desirable supercars, are on offer to drive here to this day, and the circuit has retained both its fast pace and many of its original features to the delight of enthusiasts.
Among the first additions to the track were two chicanes designed to reduce racing speeds down the huge runways. This, coupled with two of the longest straights in the country and a location deep in the countryside, means that 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. As well as Own Car and Bike Track Days, a variety of Driving Experiences in Supercars and Racing Cars can be booked here too.
Three Sisters Race Circuit was originally a karting only circuit, but has recently been upgraded to host car and bike track days. The circuit has various track configurations ranging from 700 metres to 1500 metres.
The outer circuit is the fastest and easiest layout and is used mostly for car track days. The inner circuit configurations make up the long and full circuit and are the most technical. You may find that on some events, a combination of layouts is used, where one configuration is run in the morning and a different one is used in the afternoon.
As well as own car and bike track days, an incredible range of driving experience packages are available to book at this venue too, including Movie Cars, Racing Cars and Supercars, which we have on offer for both Adult and Junior drivers.
Plus with good access via the M6 motorway from Liverpool, Manchester and Darlington, Three Sisters Race Circuit is sure to give motor enthusiasts of all ages in the North of England an unforgettable day out.
Thruxton Race Circuit is one of the fastest in the country, with legendary high-speed corners and a reputation as a place 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 to book here.
Thruxton, like many other circuits around the UK, was originally an old airfield, used during WWII. 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, and three years later in 1968, the track was reopened.
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 Discoveries to tackle muddy terrains, many steep and angled inclines, chasms and a see-saw completes the spectrum of facilities offered by the Thruxton Motorsport Centre.
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.
Opened in 2012 on the old RAF Cottesmore air base for both the Royal Air Force and US Army Air Force, Kendrew Barracks is now home to the British Army’s East of England Multi-Role Brigade.
But it’s also home to a 2 mile long circuit, on a very well maintained airfield offering multiple track layouts, with lots of runoff and a brilliantly smooth and fast track surface. Being on the site of an Army base, security is high, so be sure to leave with plenty of time to get through pre-driving checks.
To make an inquiry about booking your next track day at Kendrew Barracks, please call our dedicated customer service team in our office, who’ll be happy to assist you and check current availability for you.
Llandow Circuit, situated along the South Wales coast, is a good all-round circuit with a challenging layout on offer to test even the most experienced motor enthusiast. The track has recently been resurfaced to meet the MSA Sprint Standard, making it an ideal venue for our Own Car and Bike Track Days.
The site of victories for motor sporting legends like Graham Hill and Roger Clark, it was originally a WWII airfield but still hosts the sound of roaring engines to this day, and with guidance from an expert instructor at the venue, you’ll grow confidence and quickly navigate all the excitement its corners and straights have to offer.
Also available at Llandow is a range of exciting driving experiences to book for both Adult and Junior drivers. You can take to the wheel of Supercars, Trucks and even Hovercraft are on offer to book from as little as £49, and our open gift vouchers can be put towards them too.
Rockingham Motor Speedway, just outside the town of Corby in Northamptonshire, is a unique venue with the fastest circuit layout in the UK, making it an excellent, wide appealing track day and driving experience location.
Rockingham Motor Speedway is the UK's first purpose-built banked oval circuit since Brooklands, and was officially opened in the summer of 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 car or motorcycle for a drive here with our own car or bike track days, or choose from a huge range of Supercars and Single Seater driving experience packages that are available to book. A day out driving at Rockingham is a unique gift idea to treat a loved one or even yourself to.
Situated just outside the centre of Middlesbrough, Teesside Autodrome is host to some fantastic supercar driving experiences that are suitable for both adults and juniors. There are also other activities which include experience days like American Truck driving, drifting, karting, night rallying and own bike and car track day testing.
If you’re looking for a high octane, fun filled experience, then driving a supercar such as a hi-tech, luxurious Ferrari or Aston Martin, or even the simple but powerful likes of the Ariel Atom, or even getting the tyres squealing on an introduction to a drifting course will surely get the pulse racing - and your motor running.
One of the most Northern circuits on our roster, Teesside Autodrome is a fitting venue for stag weekend groups and Corporate bookings, due to its close proximity to Middlesbrough, as well as surrounding towns along the North East coast of England. Gift vouchers for all experiences can be found by heading over to the Teesside Autodrome Driving Experiences venue page.