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Blyton Park

East Fortune

Hooton Park

Llandow Circuit

North Weald Airfield




Blyton Park [back to top]


Originally a World War II RAF station, the venue has been modified since 2011 to now be an amazing race track with technical corners and features and largely tarmac run-off areas. We have cones laid out to guide you through the best lines of this amazing race track.



Blyton Park is approximately five miles North of Gainsborough in Lincolnshire. The venue is one mile from Blyton village on the B1205 (Kirton Road) and approaching from Blyton the entrance is a mile from the village on the left hand side. There are big signs on both sides of two heavy steel gates and a derelict wartime brick shed next to the entrance. Go through the gates and follow the track past the grass track on your left. Keep going past a derelict farm and park by the big grain store (green) on your right. Please drive slowly and carefully and please do not go any further into the site than the grain store.


Best Routes (we think!):


From the Midlands; Leave M1 at J30 and head for Worksop (A619) Go round Worksop on A57, join A1 and after 1 mile take A620 to Retford Stay on A620 and join A631 outside Gainsborough Cross River Trent and stay on A631 for approx 5 miles You will see a cafe in a lay-by on your left-SLOW DOWN and turn left signposted Pilham and Blyton. If you get to Corringham you have missed the turn! In Blyton turn right onto B1205 and we are one mile on left. From M1 approx 1 hour, From A1 30 min.


From the South; See above and follow from the A1 or M1. From M1 approx 1 hour, From A1 30mins. From the North; Get onto the M180 and leave it at Junction 4A15 towards Lincoln. After five miles turn right onto B1205.When you have crossed the level crossing at Northorpe you are about a mile away and the entrance will come up on your right. From M180 Approx 20 mins.



East Fortune [back to top]


Our circuit at East Fortune is based on the old airfield, right next to the Museum of flight. Approximately 25 minutes from Edinburgh heading east along the A1 is very easy to find if you follow the signs for the Museum of flight.



From Edinburgh (the North); Heading south on the Edinburgh city bypass, A720, until you meet the junction with the A1. Take the 3rd exit onto the A1 ramp to Berwick upon Tweed/Tranent/Haddington/N Berwick/Cockenzie & Port Seton. Stay on the A1 for approximately 11 miles, take the A199 exit toward Haddington/A6093/E Linton/Athelstaneford/B1343/Drem/B1377/Gullane/A198. At the roundabout, take the 2nd exit onto Dunbar Rd/A199. After 1.5 miles turn left onto the B1347. This will be signposted for the Museum of flight. Stay on the B1347 until you have passed the Museum of flight. Approximately 0.3 miles later you will see an open double Green gate on your right hand side which is the entrance of the airfield.


From the South; From the A1 , arrive at the roundabout with the A199, and take the 3rd exit , A199 heading to East linton, Dunbar, North Berwick. After 3.3miles, at the roundabout take the second exit on to Bridgend/B1377, and continue on the B1377 for 0.5 miles. Turn right on to bridge street and continue to follow the B1377 for a further 2.3 miles. Then turn left to stay on the B1377 and follow from further 1.5 miles. Turn left onto the B1347 and go through one roundabout, and you will then see an open double Green gate on your left hand side which is the entrance to the airfield.



Hooton Park [back to top]


Hooton Park Circuit was constructed in 2006 on the site of the old Hooton Airfield near Ellesmere Port. The track is to R.A.C Motor Sports Association standard and holds race meetings regularly. 



Best Route:
The circuit can be found by taking Junction 6 on the M53 motorway, signposted "Vauxhalls". Follow the exit to the mini roundabout, go straight across the roundabout. After the roundabout follow West Road for 100 yards then take the left turn into the Hooton Airfield, opposite the Vauxhalls car park. Turn immediately right after the airfield gates and follow the road around to the track.



Llandow Circuit [back to top]


Our purpose built circuit at Llandow is located between Swansea and Cardiff in South Wales, near the towns of Cowbridge and Llantwit Major on a former World War II airfield.



From England & The East



  • M4 motorway to Junction 33 - Cardiff West

  • A4232 towards Cardiff - exit at A48 Culverhouse Cross

  • A48 - towards Cowbridge but stay on until Pentre Meyrick (Fuel at the PFS on northside of Cowbridge By Pass)

  • Exit left to Llysworney on B4268 (follow brown signs)

  • Go through village of Llysworney, passed turning to Llandow village and entrance to Vale Business Park - take next right turn - LLANDOW CIRCUIT sign on the right hand side bank

  • Access gate first on left

  • Approximately 20 miles from Cardiff & junction 33


From West


  • M4 junction 35 Bridgend / Pencoed

  • Take A473 towards Bridgend - at second roundabout take first exit A48 sign posted to Cowbridge

  • Exit right to Llysworney on B4268 ( follow brown signs )

  • Go through village of Llysworney, passed turning to Llandow village and entrance to Vale Business Park - take next right turn - LLANDOW CIRCUIT sign on the right hand side bank

  • Access gate first on left

  • Approx. 8 miles from junction 35


Grid Reference & Postcode: SS960714 / CF71 7PB but do not go into Llandow Village or Vale Business Park, follow brown tourist signs to Circuit.




North Weald [back to top]


North Weald is our closest circuit to London located just North of the M25. In 1916 an airfield site was built and years later it’s now the Southern home to our Driver Training offerings. Our coned airfield circuit allows you to experience the exhilaration of our cars in a fun environment.



By Road North Weald Airfield is off Junction 7 on the M11. Follow the signs for North Weald Market and this will take you straight to the airfield. There will be only 1 gate open on the day, next to the Air Traffic Control Tower. The person on the gate will direct you to where you will need to be.


By Tube Nearest Tube Station: Epping (4 miles away) and then a short taxi ride.


By Air London Stansted Airport is situated 1 junction North from North Weald on the M11.




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