Village, Church, Brooklands… then hard on the brakes into Club chicane.
Thruxton is the fastest circuit in the UK and at 2.356 miles is also one of the longest.
The circuit is located 5 miles west of Andover in the county of Hampshire and was originally built in 1940 as RAF Thruxton. During 1942 and 1943 the airfield was used by many different RAF squadrons. In 1944 the United States Army Air Forces (USAAF) arrived. The airfield was used during World War II for various purposes including operations during the D-Day landings.
1950 saw the arrival of motor racing, initially bikes and then in 52, cars.
Thruxton now plays host to a number of different racing categories and high profile championships such as the MCE British Superbikes and the British Touring Cars.
2016 race dates:
DUNLOP MSA BRITISH TOURING CAR CHAMPIONSHIP
SATURDAY 7 MAY 2016 – SUNDAY 8 MAY 2016
SATURDAY 11 JUNE 2016 – SUNDAY 12 JUNE 2016
BRITISH SUPERBIKE CHAMPIONSHIP
FRIDAY 22 JULY 2016 – SUNDAY 24 JULY 2016
CLASSIC SPORTS CAR CLUB RACE MEETING
SATURDAY 13 AUGUST 2016 – SUNDAY 14 AUGUST 2016
Photos of British Superbikes at Thruxton
Hampshire drivers podium success at BTCC 2015
Photos of BTCC at Thruxton 2015
The MSA British Touring Car Championship at Thruxton 9-10 May 2015
The MSA Formula Championship at Thruxton 9-10 May 2015
British Superbikes at Thruxton 2013
British Superbikes at Thruxton 2012