2018 Calendar

MotorSport Vision Centre, Brands Hatch
2017 Awards Evening

20 Jan

Donington Park National
Rounds 1/2/3

21 - 22 APR

Circuit History:

Donington Park first opened its gates in 1931, initially for motorcycle racing and then two years later for car action. The circuit went on to stage Grand Prix for both motorcycles and cars in the pre-war era. Donington Park was subsequently re-built and re-opened in 1977 and has staged the British Motorcycle Grand Prix annually from 1987 until 2009.

Among other accolades, Donington Park staged the first ever round of the World Superbike Championship, as well as holding the F1 Grand Prix of Europe in 1993.

Donington Park circuit will be transformed over the winter (2017/8) with a multi-million pound programme of major improvements following its acquisition by Jonathan Palmer's MotorSport Vision (MSV) Group earlier this year. Works have already commenced and will be completed in time for the 2018 racing season in March.

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Directions:

Donington Park is situated right at the heart of England, just minutes from M1 junction 23a and MOTO Donington Park Motorway Services and Travelodge, or junction 24 southbound.

What's more, Donington Park is easily accessible internationally via East Midlands International Airport, only 2 miles away. 


Brands Hatch GP
Rounds 4 & 5

19 - 20 MAY

Circuit Information:

Ever since starting out as a dirt track motorcycle circuit in 1926, Brands Hatch has been characterised by its natural ampitheatre, with virtually the entire 'Indy' configuration visible from the spectator banking and grandstands. A firm fans' favourite, Brands Hatch has also witnessed a number of significant moments in history.

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Directions:

Brands Hatch lies to the south-east of London and is situated on the A20 near to West Kingsdown, some three miles from Junction 3 of the M25. It is also linked via the A20 the M20 and M25/26 motorways. There is a regular rail service from London Victoria to Swanley (10 minutes taxi ride to circuit).


Silverstone National
Rounds 6/7/8

23 - 24 JUN

Circuit Information:

Silverstone is a world renowned circuit, best known as the home of the British Grand Prix, which it first hosted in 1948 and which has been held on the circuit every year since 1987.

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Directions:

Silverstone is situated right in the heart of the UK, approximately 90 minutes north of London and 60 minutes south of Birmingham. Road access is exceptionally easy along the A43 dual carriageway from either the M40 or M1.

By public transport, the nearest stations are Banbury or Milton Keynes, both of which offer fast connections to destinations throughout the country.


Oulton Park
Rounds 9 & 10

14 Jul

Circuit Information:

Widely acknowledged as the most picturesque race circuit in the country, Oulton Park features rapidly changing gradients and blind crests, and presents a supreme challenge to drivers. Spectators can enjoy fantastic views of the action, with the outside of Knickerbrook in particular a favourite of the crowds.

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Directions:

Oulton Park is situated next to Little Budworth and is accessed from the A54 or A49. From the north take junction 19 off the M6 and follow the A556 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 300
Rounds 11/12/13

11 - 12 AUG

Circuit Information:

The new 3 mile circuit incorporates a completely new infield section of approximately one mile integrated with a revised version of the original Snetterton circuit.  Snetterton 300 is the second longest in the UK, and has been designed as an international circuit with an FIA Grade 2 licence.

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Directions:

You'll find the circuit 10 miles north-east of Thetford on the A11 from London to Norwich. Coming from the south, leave the M11 at junction 9 and follow the A11. From the north or west, use the M11/A11 and join the A11 after Newmarket. Eccles Road, Attleborough and Thetford stations are on the main Cambridge to Norwich line.


Rockingham
Rounds 14/15/16

29 - 30 SEP

*This round will be a shared grid with MSVR All-Comers:

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Length:

3.122 km (1.94 mi)

Turns:

12


Silverstone GP
Rounds 17 & 18

13 - 14 OCT

Circuit Information:

Silverstone is a world renowned circuit, best known as the home of the British Grand Prix, which it first hosted in 1948 and which has been held on the circuit every year since 1987.

For more information click here.

Directions:

Silverstone is situated right in the heart of the UK, approximately 90 minutes north of London and 60 minutes south of Birmingham. Road access is exceptionally easy along the A43 dual carriageway from either the M40 or M1.

By public transport, the nearest stations are Banbury or Milton Keynes, both of which offer fast connections to destinations throughout the country.