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Venues

At present we have details for Croft and Blyton. We will add details for other venues as we get them..

Blyton

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Situated in the heart of Lincolnshire, Blyton is the fastest circuit on the calendar. It is an old airfield which is basically an oval with a kink in the middle of it. Due to this it is very wide and can produce some highly entertaining racing. The entire circuit can be seen from anywhere.

From South

Follow A159 North from Gainsborough to Blyton and then turn right onto B1205. Blyton Circuit is approx. 1½ miles on left.

From North

Follow A15 South from Junction 4 of the M180 for approx. 7 miles. Turn right onto B1205, circuit is approx. 6 miles on right.

Croft

http://www.croftcircuit.co.uk

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Directions to the circuit are provided by the Circuit.

Travelling South

Take junction 58 off A(1)M signed Darlington A68. Follow this route then follow A167 for Northallerton. Croft Circuit tourist signs are at Dalton on Tees, approximately 4 miles south of Darlington.

Travelling North

Take Junction 57 off A(1)M to Darlington. Take Northallerton A167 road. Continue on this route for approximately 4 miles when circuit is tourist signed again at Dalton on Tees.

Travelling by Rail

The nearest station to Croft Circuit is Darlington which is four miles to the North. Darlington Station is frequently serviced by GNER. For more information telephone: 0345 225 225 or check out www.GNER.co.uk and www.nationalrail.co.uk

Travelling by bus

Buses run regularly to Dalton on Tees. For timetables and routes contact: 01325 465 252 or for national travel enquiries contact: 0870 608 2608.

Travelling by Air

The nearest airport to Croft Circuit is Teesside, approximately eight miles away.

Teesside Airport: 01325 332 811

Newcastle Airport: 0191 286 0966

Light aircraft landing facilities are available at Croft Circuit by prior arrangement only. Details of the airstrip will be disclosed on request.

Vehicle Access and Parking

Parking at Croft is free at all race meetings, but vehicles are left at owners risk. Disabled trackside viewing is provided, however, the appropriate stickers must be displayed.