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TRACK DAYS CIRCUITS
Here is our list of the UK's track day circuits.
Simply click on the circuit to see what track day dates are available or click the 'plus' to see a little more information.
Abingdon Airfield is a great circuit for all types of track day drivers; a good mix of fast and technical corners, long straights and copious amounts of greenery to spin into!
Almeria is a top quality circuit, with some fast turns, long straights and technical sections. It is well worth the very long journey, and you’re almost guaranteed a dry day. Almeria is a must for any track day driver.
Anglesey is really a fantastic circuit for track days with the great mix of corners making the journey well worth it. The coastal circuit is a favourite.
Bedford Autodrome was purpose built with track days in mind and is a great venue. With the differing variations of circuit a track day driver will never get bored. Plus, the extensive run off will keep your mind at rest.
Brands Hatch is an excellent circuit for track days. The Indy circuit is difficult and the walls are relatively close, but this should be well within the skills of an experienced track day driver. The GP circuit is fast, providing a thrilling lap.
Cadwell Park feels like an older circuit, but that’s part of its draw. Track day drivers will enjoy sections like the Mountain and Hall Bends and the speeds of Charlies. Although the barriers are close, sensible drivers will certainly enjoy this circuit.
The Cartagena circuit is an excellent facility, if a long way from home. It’s well worth the journey however, as your pretty much guaranteed sunshine and you can make a holiday of your track day. What could be better?!
Castle Combe is a compelling circuit for track day drivers; fast, flowing and almost 'old-school' it serves a real thrill.
Colerne is a perfect venue for those track day drivers worried about damage. With acres of run-off, the only thing to hit is another car! An interesting circuit for all drivers.
However twisty Croix may be, it is still a good track day circuit. Easy to learn and with decent facilities it makes for a relaxed track day, where ego is left at the Chunnel...
As with many airfield circuits, Elvington has a lot of run-off area which makes it perfect for track days. Whether you’re a beginner or expert Elvington is an excellent venue.
Goodwood is a truly awesome circuit for track days, so long as you are sensible. There is little run off, and speeds are very high.
A good example of an airfield track, with all the run-off you’d expect. Hullavington continually provides first-rate track days.
Track days at Lydden Hill are few and far between, so go when you can. There isn’t much run off, but this adds to the precision needed for a good lap time.
Being short, Mallory Park is ideal for track day novices. It will be easily learnt, so that the driver can then purely worry about driving the car – not where the track goes next.
The Nurburgring Nordschleife is the Holy Grail for any track day driver. If you haven’t been, spend a day driving this truly awesome track and you’ll become a frequent user.
Oulton Park is a fast, bumpy circuit requiring great concentration from the driver. Oulton is technically difficult, but rewarding when driven well.
Pembrey is an excellent circuit. Race and track day drivers love the flowing nature and high speed bends found here. I would say Pembrey is one of the top venues for track days in the UK.
RAF Odiham has one of the best airfield layouts in the UK. Combine this with plenty of run-off and you have a superb circuit for track days.
Rockingham is a good venue for track days. Not the fastest or most exciting, but great for improving your technique. It also has an ample amount of run-off, which will put your mind at rest.
Silverstone is a ‘proper’ circuit; fast and wide it is easy to feel lost in a car that isn’t super fast. Silverstone is an excellent venue for track day drivers, providing a relatively safe circuit on which to push a car’s limits.
Snetterton may be a long way from most places, but a track day is the perfect excuse. Drivers like the fast and flowing layout, making Snett’ a much loved circuit.
Spa is the best circuit in the world. If you get the opportunity of a track day at Spa-Francorchamps, grab it with both hands and be first on the circuit. You will not be disappointed.
Woodbridge is a good location for track days and with a changing layout even regulars will find new surprises. In addition, as with most airfields, Woodbridge has plenty of run-off easing the minds of all track day drivers.