Croft track days are perfect for having some fun in your Car or Motorcycle. There are 2 long straights to get the power down as well as a challenging variety of high and low speed corners.
Croft Noise Limits
Croft track days are split into 'noisy' and 'quiet' days. On a noisy day, the static noise limit is 105dB(A) for Cars and 102dB(A) for Motorcycles which your vehicle must pass to be permitted on track. Whilst out on circuit, an on going drive by limit of 97dB(A) must be adhered too. On a quiet day, both the static and the drive by noise limit is 88dB(A) which generally limits it to road going vehicles with unmodified exhausts. Supercars will not usually be allowed on quiet days. During a quiet day, the marshals may be required to cease track activity for short periods to help maintain an average noise limit.
Croft Circuit Croft-on-Tees North Yorkshire DL2 2PL
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.