CRAIL - Nr ST ANDREWS
Crail airfield is said to be one of the best-preserved World War II airfields in the country.
Fife Airport is situated in Glenrothes, close to Edinburgh, and is one of Scotland’s most popular general aviation airfields. We are ideally located for visitors to Scotland, being close to the country’s capital.
Our coned airfield circuit allows you to experience the exhilaration of our cars in a fun environment.
EASTFORTUNE - EDINBURGH
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.
Corners of varying difficulty and tightness will allow you to assess the handling of the cars while the back-straight allows you to relax and enjoy the power of these awesome vehicles, in a very safe environment.
East Fortune Airfield
Kirkbride Airfield conveniently located just outside Carlisle is a spectacular site. Historically opened in 1939 and owned by the RAF until 1960, the runway is perfect for a fast flowing, technical and tremendously entertaining coned and kerbed circuit.
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.
Old Blyton Airfield,
Bruntinghthorpe is well established in the car industry, often referred to as “The Proving Ground”. For those of you that enjoy watching car reviews, you will find Bruntingthorpe can feature in many reviews across the internet, famous car publications and the TV.
Bruntingthorpe Airfield and Proving Ground,
THE LONDON CIRCUIT
Aldershot is an active military base that was first established in 1854 and has often been referred to as the home of the British Army
The London Circuit,
Rushmoor (opposite Rushmoor Arena),