BRANDS HATCH, KENT
One of the most iconic motorsport venues in the world, Brands Hatch attracts an impressive line-up of prestigious national and international events each year.
The Kent circuit's blend of sweeping corners and rapidly changing gradients, including the famous Paddock Hill Bend, make it one of the most popular tracks in Europe among professional riders and drivers. Over 30 events are held at the circuit each year including British Superbikes and British Touring Cars.
The circuit was originally created as a cycling track in 1926, and since then it has witnessed some of the most significant moments in motorsport history including Ayrton Senna's first car win and Nigel Mansell's maiden Formula One victory. It also staged the Road Cycling events at the London 2012 Paralympic Games.
OULTON PARK, CHESHIRE
Oulton Park is widely acknowledged as one of the most picturesque circuits in the country, valued as much for its stunning surroundings as for the spectacular racing it produces.
The track itself has always been popular with fans due to the superb views of the circuit available from the spectator banking. 35,000 fans regularly flock to the circuit for the annual round of the British Touring Car Championship.
Alongside the BTCC, the Cheshire track hosts two rounds of the British Superbike Championship as well as the HSCC Gold Cup, where the finest sports cars, saloons and single seaters from the past 70 years roll back time and take to the track.
BEDFORD AUTODROME, BEDFORDSHIRE
Bedford Autodrome is the only UK circuit specifically designed to provide the ideal environment for guests to push their cars to the limit in optimum safety.
With no motor racing taking place, the venue does not feature extensive Armco barriers - instead huge run off areas mean that guests can extract every last inch of performance out of our vehicles in a safe, controlled environment.
The site features four main circuits that contain a challenging mix of high speed corners, slaloms, chicanes and heavy braking hairpins to really test any car's capability.
The complex is based in Thurleigh, north Bedford, and is also home to the PalmerSport corporate motorsport event and the BRDC Formula 4 Championship.
Snetterton has enjoyed a renaissance since MSV took over the circuit in 2004, and the venue was majorly redeveloped in 2011 with the creation of a brand new 3 mile circuit configuration to transform it into one of the best tracks in the UK.
One of Britain's fastest and longest circuits, the Norfolk venue is located 10 miles north-east of Thetford on the A11.
First used for motor racing in 1951, Snetterton has become renowned over the past half century for its long straights and high speed corners. Cars and bikes are often up to four abreast down the famous Bentley Straight!
Highlights on the circuits race calendar include annual visits from the British Superbike, British Touring Car and British Truck championships, and there are also two and four wheel club meetings most weekends during the season.
Children and teenagers can learn to drive the Snetterton Circuit with YoungDrive!
CADWELL PARK, LINCOLNSHIRE
Cadwell Park is held closely in the hearts of many motorsport fans. Located 10 miles north of Horncastle and five miles south of Louth, the Lincolnshire circuit is especially popular with bikers nationwide.
The star event on the Cadwell Park calendar is the British Superbike Championship over August Bank Holiday weekend. The annual BSB 'Party in the Park' is known for its buzzing atmosphere, attracting the biggest crowds of the season to witness some of the world's best riders tackling the famous 'Mountain' section, where bikes frequently get airborne.
Cadwell Park's striking mix of twists, cambers and gradients attract several four wheel events too, including the historic Wolds Trophy and a Vintage Sports Car Festival.
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