Cadwell Park Circuit is located approximately five miles south of Louth in Lincolnshire, and was first opened in 1934 by Mansfield Wilkinson whose sons used it to race against each other on their motorbikes. In 1953 the track was lengthened to 1.3 miles and was further lengthened to 2.25 miles in 1962.
Nicknamed the 'mini Nürburgring', due to its twisty and undulating nature, Cadwell Park Circuit winds through open park and woodland, and enthusiasts and spectators alike mark it out as one of the best circuits in the country, which is one of the reasons why we hold some of our track days there.
A great Track Day venue
Cadwell Park is a very popular venue for track days. It is also one of the most popular destinations on the MCE Insurance British Superbike calendar, during which races the infamous 'Mountain' section, provides a real challenge to the riders who usually tackle it airborne. This year a brand new event, the International Classic in July, will celebrate the Cadwell Park’s enduring strong links with the two-wheeled community.
As Calder Park Circuit’s reputation continues to grow, there are more and more club car events taking place, including the Historic Sports Car Club's Worlds Trophy and the popular Vintage Sports Car Club Festival, along with two vintage and classic motorcycle events.