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. Abingdon track days now occur regularly through the Year, and with its high-quality asphalt surface and huge run-off areas, it makes an ideal location for Car track days, especially beginners. The track layout features a mix of technical corners with long straights, enabling speeds in excess of 100mph without the risk of colliding with barriers.
In early 2007 Anglesey had almost the entire circuit re-designed. It now boasts 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.
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 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. The circuit is also used for the Palmer Sports corporate events which are hosted on a monthly basis.
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 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. 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 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.
Brno in the Czech Republic holds rounds of MOTOGP, World Superbikes, World Touring Cars, GT1 and Formula Two Championships. Plus motorcycle and car trackdays
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. Cadwell Park 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.
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.
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 is few and far between and its always advisable to book early to avoid disappointment.
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. The Donnington Park circuit dates from 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 the army requisitioned 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.
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 was revived as a circuit in 1998 and is currently operated for track days and testing. A circuit over nearly 2.5 miles it is higher speed bends and straights than multiple chicanes. The name Goodwood evokes past heroes and racing in workshops overalls and leather helmets. Things are different today but as to how far Goodwood develops is yet to be seen. The circuit is stacked in history and each year holds the festival of speed, a much-loved event. All we can say is that if it was good enough for Stirling Moss then it's good enough for today's track day attendee's. Goodwood circuit is rightly famous for its car race meetings and glorious past.
The Jerez GP circuit is world class and hosts top motor racing events. The most famous motor racing circuit in Spain. A seemingly perfect combination of corners to test man and machine. There are no chicanes and the result is a fast and flowing circuit located in the dry southern tip of Spain. A favourite with the the MOTOGP paddock and trackday riders and drivers. Everybody loves this circuit.
Kendrew Barracks (formally RAF Cottesmore) can be configured up to a 2-mile circuit on a pristine Airfield with multiple track layouts, with plenty of runoff and a fantastically smooth and fast surface. For more information on own vehicle track days at Kendrew Barracks please call the office.
Knockhill Racing Circuit is Scotland’s national motorsport venue and hosts many motorsport events such as the British Superbikes and Touring Cars. The 10 metre-wide track has 2 configurations, the 1 mile national circuit and the 1.3 mile international circuit. Knockill track days occur regularly throughout the Year for both cars and motorcycles.
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. Lydden has a variety of bends, gradient and short straights, which keep competitors very busy. The circuit was designed and built by Mr Bill Chesson in 1965. Originally 0.705 miles in length, it was increased to 1 mile in 1967 when the hairpin was extended up Hairy Hill. Spectators like Lydden because it is a natural bowl. Wherever they choose to view they can see 90% of the track. Started in 1955 by Bill Chesson, the track was originally used for stock cars and grass track racing. By 1965 it had a tarmac surface and hosted car racing up to Formula 3 level. In 1967 the track hosted rallycross on a combined grass/tarmac circuit. Rally Cross is still one of the most popular events at Lydden Hill and recently featured on Top Gear where the Presenters took part in a rallycross race.
Mallory Park Race Track features one of the fastest corners in UK racing as well as the slowest hairpin and the trickiest chicane. 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. Mallory is actually very fast 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 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.
Nurburgring is designed as a dual-purpose test track and race circuit. 13 miles long and at least 73 bends add up to what even racing drivers describe as the most demanding circuit in the world. There are 2 main layouts: The Nordschleife Circuit and the GP-Strecke.
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 track day using the calendar below.
One of only two racing circuits in Wales, Pembrey Race Circuit is an extremely popular track day venue. Pembrey Race Track is another of those hidden gem circuits ignored due to its location. That's unfortunate as it represents great racing of nearly one and a half 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 before too long. A brand new section of track is planned for 2017 which will allow for more than one layout to be used for any given event. One of the features of the new circuit layout is a heavy breaking 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. Below you can see all of the current Pembrey track days for both car and motorcycle.
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.
Silverstone hosts both the British F1 Grand Prix and the Moto GP. It 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.
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.
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.
Three Sisters Racing 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 in the afternoon.
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!
Zandvoort in the Netherlands is a GP standard International race track. Perfectly located near the beach and just a short distance from Amsterdam make this a great weekend away circuit for own vehicle trackdays. 2.6 miles of 16 gently undulating wide corners makes for a good challenging lap.