About Rockingham National
Rockingham is the newest circuit in the country, opening in 2001 as the first purpose built Oval track since Brooklands. It has several configurations but for our track days we primarily use the International which combines some of the Oval with a twistier infield section. The National, which dispenses with the Oval sections is sometimes used. As you would expect from a purpose built facility, there is something for everyone with technical twisty bits, flowing corners and elevation changes. As an added point of interest, the circuit runs anticlockwise so gives a good chance to practice your left handers. The track itself is wide and smooth, and although maybe not endowed with the character of older circuits, its impressive facilities and riding enjoyment have cemented Rockingham firmly in the trackday calendar.
Circuit length: International Bike 1.942miles
National 1.7 miles
Pit Garages: Available on a first come, first serve basis
Noise levels: 104db Daytime, 102db Evenings
Power: Available in garages
Groups: 3 groups
Animals: Not allowed
Camping: Only allowed if a 2 day event (in between the two days)
Start times: Day - 0730 sign on / 0830 briefing / 0900 tracktime commences
General requirements: Full zip together leathers
Helmet with ACU gold standard
How to get there: By road it is easily accessible from the A1, M1, A14, A43 and A6116. This road network also provides excellent connections to ferry ports with links throughout continental Europe.
The journey from the nearby Corby railway station to Londonis approximately one hour.