Trackday - Castle Combe circuit
Monday, August 3rd (Opentrack)
The circuit boasts modern facilities for competitors and spectators, and the resurfaced and reshaped circuit generates what is generally recognised as the closest circuit racing in British motorsport.
Castle Combe is located just off the M4 Motorway past junction 17 making it quite easy to get to.
The circuit is 1.85 miles in length and opened up to racing in 1950 after serving as RAF Castle Combe during the War years.
It may look like a simple circuit but it contains two of the best known points on a British Circuit, Avon Rise and Quarry Corner.
Both are famous for sorting the men from the boys !
Opentrack operate in a Open pit lane format at Castle Combe and limit the number of cars in attendance, so as to ensure all drivers have plenty of track time.
Noise limit is 100Db at 4000 rpm not at 3/4 revs like most circuits.