Mallory Park Circuit runs track days throughout the year for both cars and bikes. These track days run with a noise limit that all vehicles must pass to be allowed on track. Mallory Park has had issues in the past for noise breaches even forgoing closure back in October 2013 and for this reason, the noise limits are strictly enforced. The static noise limit for both car and bikes (which is measured prior to any event) 103dB(A). There is no drive-by limit in place but all cars are monitored throughout the day and may be called in for a re-test if they seem too loud.
Mallory Park Racing Circuit Church Road Kirkby Mallory Leicestershire LE9 7QE
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.