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Kendrew Barracks (formally RAF Cottesmore) has been an operational Airbase for the Royal Airforce since 1938. The huge runway was the used in the final flight of the Harrier Jump Jet. It was also used as an airbase for the US Air Force during between 1943-1945. In 2012 it had its formal closing ceremony and is now used as a satellite for its local neighbour RAF Wittering situated in Peterborough.

Kendrew Barracks Race Circuit

Airfield Track
2.00 miles
Kendrew Barracks - Airfield Track

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Kendrew Barracks Track Days Information

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.

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Kendrew Barracks Directions


Kendrew Barracks
Oakham, Rutland, Leicestershire LE15 7BL
United Kingdom

If travelling by car, use the following address for your Sat Nav: Kendrew Barracks, Cottesmore, Oakham, Rutland, Leicestershire, LE15 7BL, following the A1, exiting at the junction for the B668. If travelling by train, the nearest station is Oakham, and a taxi takes just under 15 minutes from the station.

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