Croft Circuit is located near Dalton-on-Tees in North Yorkshire, and like Blyton Park and Snetterton amongst our track day circuits, the building of an aerodrome on the site in the early days of world war two set the scene for the growth of racing there, on the runways and perimeter roads in the post war years.
A proper racing track was completed on the site in 1964, and the first meeting there in August 1964 attracted a crowd of 30,000 people.
A superb venue for Track Days
In 1997 the circuit underwent a major transformation and was was extended to 2.1 miles in length, with new pits, paddock complex, control tower and spectator areas being built.
As a result of this development, British Touring Cars and British Superbikes soon came to Croft Circuit, with the Touring Cars remaining a regular feature on the calendar.
Croft circuit is the perfect place to test your race car on a track day. The variety of high and low speed corners combined with two straights presents a real challenge to drivers. As the circuit itself says:
“There's nothing quite like driving your own car on an International Racing Circuit. Getting to grips with the tough technical corners, putting your foot down and getting the most out of your car . . . legally!”
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