Donington Park

Donington Park was first used as a circuit between the two world wars when the German Silver Arrows were dominating motorsport.

The track is also famous for what many consider to be the finest opening lap of any Grand Prix when in 1993 Ayrton Senna, starting 4th on the grid in a car that was not the best engine or chassis, was religated to 5th by Michael Schmacher before the first corner, made not only this place back, but passed Wendlinger in the Sauber and Hill and Prost in the Williams to lead by the end of the first lap.

The circuit is still very much a firm favorite of the British Super Bike and BTCC calendars.


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