Blyton Park Circuit Guide

Lincolnshire’s Blyton park is a circuit suitable for all skill levels thanks to its many different track configurations that offer tight chicanes, fast straights, and short loops. 

Blyton Park has very few pit walls, barriers, or banks, making it a good choice for practicing how far you can take your driving skills in a safe and friendly environment.  It has no less than 10 configurations, from the longer Sprint Circuit and Long String configurations to the Rallycross Circuit and Easter Circuit. 

At Blyton Park, you can book a driving experience to get behind the wheel of iconic options like the Ford GT40, Shelby Cobra, Ferrari F430, Lamborghini Huracan, and Ariel Atom. 

Blyton Park has car and bike track days, unique driving experience days, karting, and driver development programs. While it started life as an airfield, Blyton Park was made into a one-and-a-half-mile tarmac circuit in 2011. Licensed for sprint competition, the circuit hosts Rallycross, Supermoto, and Superlite series competitions.

While Blyton Park may not have the heritage or extensive facilities of longer-established circuits, the friendly, helpful staff and great organisation make any day at the race track a blast.

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