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.
Castle Combe Corners
Full Circuit (from Hammerdown clockwise)
- Tower Corner
- Dean Straight
- Camp Corner
- Avon Rise
- Quarry Corner
- Farm Straight
- The Esses
- Old Paddock Bend