Louth, GB

Cadwell Park

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Originally established in 1934 as a private circuit and set amongst the rolling countryside of Lincolnshire, UK, Cadwell Park earned its eye-catching ‘Mini Nurburgring’ nickname due to its challenging corners and photogenic footprint, which straddles a steep-sided valley of picturesque woodland.
Its twisty, undulating track was extended twice between 1953 and 1962—the latter renovation leading to the establishment of its current, 16-turn, Full Circuit. It also features a slightly longer 18-turn configuration, which includes a chicane usually only employed in bike races, and two shorter layouts: the 9-turn Woodlands Circuit and the 1.481-mile Club Circuit. Best-known for its fearsome ‘Mountain’ section, which motorcyclists often tackle airborne, Cadwell Park’s car racing capacity has been reduced to club meetings as a result of its narrow track. It also hosts a round of the British Superbike Championship.