Mallory Park Racing Track features one of the fastest corners in UK racing, as well as the slowest hairpin and the trickiest chicane to challenge even the most seasoned professional. 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 in, whether it’s for an own car or bike track day, or for a range of exciting driving experiences in supercars on offer, from Ferrari to Lamborghini.
Mallory is a surprisingly fast circuit, 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 picturesque 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.