We can offer you a track day experience at a circuit of your choice, choose from some of the UK's best race courses.
Britain’s most famous racing circuit, Silverstone, is nestled in the Northamptonshire countryside and is built on a World War II airfield. In 1948, the Royal Automobile Club hosted the first British Grand Prix where an estimated 100,000 people watched the race. Silverstone is the longest track in the UK and, is considered to be, one of the most demanding. It has held more than 50 Grand Prix races, and the circuit calendar is always packed with events from Moto GP to Superbikes. One of the most memorable races at Silverstone, the 1987 Grand Prix, saw Nigel Mansell hunting down his Williams teammate Nelson Piquet and overtaking the Brazilian on lap 63. Upon crossing the finish line, the delirious crowd flooded the track to celebrate Mansell’s win.
Located in Kent, Brands Hatch is considered a racing mecca for anyone with an interest in all things motorsport. The first race on the circuit was held in 1926 between cyclists and long-distance runners. It was developed into the motor racing circuit throughout the 1950s. Racing legends such as Stirling Moss, Jim Clarke and Ayrton Senna have all raced, and won, at Brand’s Hatch and the circuit hosts the Legends of Brand’s Hatch event each year to celebrate the circuit’s history. One of the most inspirational stories in the history of motorsport took place at Brands Hatch in 2012, during the Summer Paralympics. Former F1 driver, Alex Zanardi, lost both of his legs in a racing accident in 2001 and after recovery, looking for a new challenge, he took up hand cycling. Twenty-one years after his last race at Brand’s Hatch, he won the Gold in H4 hand cycling, beating his closest rival by 27 seconds.
Thruxton Circuit is the fastest racetrack in the UK and is one of the longest at 2.4 miles per lap. It is known as a true driver's track with lots of high-speed corners. The circuit hosts British Touring Car championships and Superbike events throughout the year and is a track that offers a driving experience for everyone, with a huge range of vehicles and brands to challenge visitors. Damon Hill obliterated the previous best lap speed record at Thruxton back in 1993, setting a lap record of 57.6 seconds and averaging over 147mph in the process.
This circuit is the oldest motorsport circuit in the UK that is still operational, with racing beginning here in 1931. Donnington is an internationally renowned circuit and hosts an array of important motorsport events throughout the year, with the FIM Superbike World Championships being the premier event held here. Donnington has two circuit configurations – the National Circuit and the longer Grand Prix Circuit with track days available on both circuits. The track is also home to the extensive classic car collection of track owner Tom Wheatcroft. The race that included “F1’s greatest ever lap” took place at Donington Park in 1993, when the legendary McLaren driver, Ayrton Senna, completed a record lap around the track. Senna advanced from fifth to pole position in the opening lap and ultimately won the race by over one minute.
Set in a stunning location overlooking the Irish Sea, and with the Snowdonia Mountain range in the distance, Anglesey Circuit is Wales's most popular racetrack. A relatively new track, Anglesey Circuit held its first rally on 24th August 1994. With long straights, angular corners and sweeping lines, all facets of a vehicle are experienced at Anglesey and the course offers a range of track days and driving experiences. Anglesey circuit is a former Army training camp and is considered one of Europe’s most technically demanding motorsport venues.
Scotland’s national motorsport circuit, Knockhill, held the inaugural Motorcycle Race meeting in autumn 1974. Since then, Knockhill has hosted a range of motorsport events and famous faces. Knockhill circuit is a demanding track, with a unique series of twists, drops and climbs with the track varying by around 60ft from its lowest and highest points. Knockhill’s start and finish lines are at differing points which is unusual for a motor racing circuit. Late world rally champion, Colin McRae, is honoured at Knockhill with a corner of the track renamed “McRae Corner”.
Oulton Park, in Cheshire, opened in the 1950s and its sweeping contours and picturesque setting have made it one of England’s most popular race tracks. The circuit is home to the Gold Cup races which originally featured contemporary F1 cars until the 1970 and is now a major race for classic and historic racing cars annually. One of the corners on the tracks is interestingly named “Knickerbrook’. During the construction of the track, a demolition expert was called in to remove trees near the area where the corner sits. A couple in a state of disarray were spotted fleeing the scene and upon closer inspection, a pair of ladies underwear was found floating in a brook. Circuit organisers struggling to name the corner, heard the tale and found the perfect moniker!