Liverpool's motor club, the Liverpool Motor Club, has its home at Aintree, which is a town perhaps better known for The Grand National.
Aintree Motor Racing Circuit is one of the most popular in the North West, having hosted the British Formula One Grand Prix five times between 1955 and 1962. It’s where the late Stirling Moss secured his first World Championship Grand Prix victory in 1955.
The track has been used for sprints and hill climbs for the past 20 years, and there are also two track days each year with a limit of 20 vehicles on the track. These limited days fill up quickly, so you’ll need to fill up your application well in advance. An ACU Road Race License and membership in the Aintree Motorcycle Racing Club are also required to race at Aintree.
Aintree Motor Racing Circuit is an incredible track you’ll love if you’re a fan of British motorsport history. With frequent events that celebrate the sport’s heritage, there’s always something happening at the club.