Oulton Park Circuit Guide
The 2.69-mile Oulton Park Circuit is the second-longest circuit in the UK (after Silverstone). Its Cheshire-countryside offers stunning views for all, and it’s host to some great competitions including the British F3, British Superbike Championship, and the Oulton Park Gold Cup, a world-renowned event that brings some of the most amazing supercars ever to the track in August each year.
Oulton Park is also one of the toughest tracks in the country. Corners come at your fast and there are constantly changing gradients. The blind crests and fast straights mean you always have to remain on your toes.
The park was built in the 1950s on the grounds of an early 18th-century estate after the house was destroyed in a pre-war fire.
Perfectly located between Liverpool, Manchester, Crewe, and Chester, it’s a convenient track day for many, and crowds of over 35,000 people regularly descend on the park for its many competitions.
It has three potential circuits—the International Circuit, Island Circuit, and the Fosters Circuit. The Iongest International Circuit is used for most track days. Track days allow spectators who’ll enjoy the picturesque setting.