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Oulton Park

Oulton Park
Race Circuit

Oulton Park is an immensely popular track day venue and the second longest circuit in the country. Only Silverstone Grand Prix is longer.

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Tuesday 31/10/17

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3 groups. noise level 102db static £79.00.

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Saturday 11/11/17

Standard Track Day

3 groups. noise level 102db static £85.00.

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Oulton Park
Race Circuit

Circuit length:2.69 miles
Petrol: Available
Pit Garages:Available, first come first serve basis
Catering: Available
Noise Limit: 102 dB,static (guideline only) drive by limit applies
Power: Available in garages
Groups: 3 groups
Animals: Not allowed
Children: Allowed
Camping: Available on all events, local charge by circuit , paddock access after 6pm, camping only available from March 1st to the 31st October
Start times: 0715 sign on / 0815 briefing / 0900 tracktime
General requirements: Full unrestricted UK licence  or equivalent or ACU race licence required. Age 18+ Full zip together leathers Helmet with ACU gold standard

Full DVLA licence or ACU Race licence required by MSV

Oulton Park is an immensely popular track day venue and the second longest circuit in the country. Only Silverstone Grand Prix is longer. Described as being 'draped' over the Cheshire countryside, the natural undulations and blind crests make this a challenging circuit with no one corner quite as straightforward as it seems.  However with a bit of perseverance, you soon find you're linking up the gradients and curves into a flowing whole.  Oulton Park lays claim to the steepest banked corner in the UK, with the 11% Shell Oils Corner. Add in the double apex of Druids and the deceptive Lodge, the once tree lined Avenue and the fast Lakeside straight and the enduring appeal of Oulton becomes apparent. Oulton Park has to be one of the most challenging circuits in Europe both feared and revered by even the British Superbike riders. It is unlikely you will master the circuit on your first visit but will be hugely rewarding to ride regardless.

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