Donington has seen its fair share of 500 GP and MotoGP history and the 'Greatest Of All Time', Valentino Rossi rates this as one of his favourite circuits.
Donington has seen its fair share of 500 GP and MotoGP history and the 'Greatest Of All Time', Valentino Rossi rates this as one of his favourite circuits. Troubled times with the business adminstration behind the scenes resulted in the loss of MotoGP recently, but now back in the hands of the family who originally developed the site, Donington is once again a world class venue. The chance to ride the same circuit as true legends of the sport draws many to this prestigious track with its mix of fast flowing and slower corners. Donington is a physically demanding circuit that rewards smoothness and concentration and both the world famous Craner Curves, which swoops down rollercoaster fashion, and the blind right of Coppice require more than a little nerve. Off the famous tarmac you'll find all the facilities you'd expect of a circuit that caters to the elite of world motorsport.
Circuit length: 2.487 miles
Pit Garages: Available on a first come, first serve basis
Noise levels: 105db noisy day
98db quiet day
(unless otherwise stated)
Power: Available in garages
Groups: 3 groups
Animals: Not allowed
Camping: Only available on request to the circuit
Access from 7 am. Start times: Day - 0730 sign on / 0830 briefing / 0900 tracktime commences
General requirements: Full zip together leathers
Helmet with ACU gold standard
General requirements: Full unrestricted UK licence or equivalent or ACU race licence required. Age 18+ How to get there: Donington Park is situated right at the heart of England, just minutes from M1 junction 23a and MOTO Donington Park Motorway Services and Travelodge, or junction 24 southbound.
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IMPORTANT *A front brake lever guard is compulsory on all UK and European No Limits Trackdays*.