The Circuits

This section provides an overview of each of our racing venues, including details of how to get to them.

Brands Hatch

The iconic racing venue of Brands Hatch is located in Kent and lies within easy reach of London. Boasting 80 years of racing heritage, this track offers drivers a chance to experience the bends, straights, twists and turns that have put some of the world’s most loved drivers through their paces. Choose from 8 different supercars and get ready to experience the thrills of this legendary circuit.

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The 'Indy' Circuit

Brands Hatch has two configurations, both of which include speed corners that you can really attack. The shorter of two layouts, the 1.2 mile long ‘Indy’ circuit, is located entirely within a natural amphitheatre. The record lap for the Indy circuit is 38.032 seconds; this was set by Scott Mansell with a Benetton B197 in the 2004 EuroBOSS season.

Circuit Statistics

Circuit length: 1.198 miles

Number of turns: 6

How to Get There

Brands Hatch is situated on the A20 London to Maidenhead road near West Kingsdown, just 3 miles from junction 3a (Swanley) off the M25. It is linked via the A20 on the M20 and M25/26 motorways.


Brands Hatch Race Circuit

Fawkham Longfield




Regular train services to Swanley station operate from London Victoria.


Three Sisters

Three Sisters’ Race Track in Lancashire is one of the most versatile race circuits in the UK due to its multiple configurations. Full of challenging features, Three Sisters is perfect for your Supercar or Formula 1 experience. The compact nature of the venue means you are always close to the action.

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Perimeter Circuit

All Supercars and the Formula 1 cars use the perimeter circuit, which incorporates a fast, steep gradient known as the mountain section and no less than 12 turns. The Perimeter circuit is regularly used for saloon car testing and sprint races.

Circuit Statistics

Circuit length: 0.932 miles

Circuit width: 8 metres

Number of turns: 10

How to Get There

Located in Lancashire, in the north west of England, Three Sisters is only 30 minutes from Manchester and Liverpool. It’s just 5 minutes drive from junction 25 of the M6.


Three Sisters Race Circuit

Three Sisters Road





Please note: There is no exit at junction 25 for Southbound M6 Traffic.


For Southbound customers, we recommend proceeding to Junction 24 (1 mile) and returning Northbound to junction 25.


Donington Park

Donington Park is one of Europe’s most popular race tracks. Immersed in history, this world famous race circuit was the venue for the 1993 European F1 Grand Prix which saw Ayrton Senna race to victory in what is frequently described as one of his greatest races. Donington Park is one of the busiest circuits in the world, and hosts prestigious events including the World Superbike Championship, British Touring Car Championship and British Superbikes, as well as major festivals for historic cars and bikes.

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National Circuit

With 1.957 miles of twists, turns and a super straight, the National circuit is loved by all racing enthusiasts. The current lap record is 0.57.221 seconds, set in 2011 in a Benetton B197. The National circuit contains a swooping downhill switchback (Craner Curves), which is one of the most famous sections of corners in the motor racing world.

Circuit Statistics

Circuit length: 1.9573 miles

Circuit width: 12 metres

Number of turns: 10

How to Get There

Donington Park is situated in the Midlands, minutes from junction 23a of the M1, or junction 24 southbound.


Donington Park Race Circuit

Castle Donington


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Oulton Park

Set in the stunning Cheshire countryside, Oulton Park’s track is characterised by its rapidly changing gradients and blind crests which lead into unforgiving corners. Oulton’s reputation as an international venue first took off in the 1960s when racing legend Stirling Moss won the Gold Cup here.

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Foster's Circuit

This 1.66 mile circuit has all the elements required for a fantastic Supercar experience. Blind crests, undulations, fast straights and tight chicanes will all make your heart thump and your senses tingle.

Circuit Statistics

Circuit length: 1.66 miles

Number of turns: 6

How to Get There

In the small village of Little Budworth, Cheshire, Oulton Park is located 13 miles from Chester.


Oulton Park Race Circuit

Little Budworth





It is best accessed from the A54 or the A49. From the north take junction 19 off the M6 and follow the A556 through Northwich towards Chester; from the south leave the M6 at junction 18 and follow the A54.


Regular train services to Crewe and Chester operate on the mainline from London Euston.



Snetterton underwent a multi-million pound redevelopment project in 2011, which has transformed the image of this venue. The Snetterton 300 circuit hosts the British Touring Car Championship, British Superbike Championship and British F3 and GT Championships.

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Snetterton 300

This is Snetterton’s largest circuit and the second longest racing track in the country. The 300 track, which is located east England,has been designed to bring international levels of racing to the circuit by gaining an FIA Grade 2 Licence.

Circuit Statistics

Circuit length: 3 miles

Number of turns: 12

How to Get There

You’ll find the circuit 10 miles north-east of Thetford on the A11 from London to Norwich. This is our closest track to Peterborough, Ipswich and Northhampton.


Snetterton Circuit



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