Jurby race track is made up of a combination of old runways, perimeter roads and new tarmac. The runways were originally used during WW2 and continued to be used as emergency landing strips for years after. The track is based in the northern part of the Isle of Man and is one of the shorter tracks being only 4.25 miles. The GP track runs both clockwise and anticlockwise and is 1.7 miles long. The course has 6 turns with a few chicanes added in along the way to make it more intersting. Due to the track using old and new surfaces caution is always needed as grip from the tyres will vary.
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Although renowned for it's road racing and tarmac rallies, Jurby is the only permanent circuit available on the Isle of Man.