Blyton Park, Old Blyton Airfield, Kirton Road, Blyton, Gainsborough, Lincolnshire

North 53° 26′ 49″ - West 0° 40′ 49″

Steeped in RAF history, Blyton Park has seen many changes over the years as the airfield has evolved and changed with the times to accommodate new ventures. Which is great news for supercar experience fans as this means we (and therein, you) have access to one of the best circuits in our current portfolio and thus enable all comers to enjoy the thrills and spills associated with medium and high speed corners and exhilarating straights, putting you right in the thick of the adrenalin-pumping action.

 

Typically used for sprint and track days, Blyton Park’s recently redesigned and tarmacked surface is geared up to optimize driver enjoyment, and provides a challenging circuit in which to test both the car and driver’s ability to the limits, within a safe and controlled environment. Spectator facilities trackside allow for supercar experience day attendee’s guests to view the action at relatively close quarters too.

 

Blyton Park Circuit

 

DIRECTIONS:

Blyton Park is situated approximately five miles North of Gainsborough in Lincolnshire.The venue is 1 mile from Blyton village on the B1205 (Kirton Road) and approaching from Blyton the entrance is 1 mile from the village on the left hand side.

There are big signs on both sides of two heavy steel gates and a derelict wartime brick shed next to the entrance. Go through the gates and follow the track past the grasstrack on your left. Keep going past a derelict farm and park by the big grain store (green) on your right.

Please drive slowly and carefully and please do not go any further into the site than the grain store.

 

Best Routes:

From the Midlands

• Leave M1 at J30 and head for Worksop (A619)

• Go round Worksop on A57, join A1 and after 1 mile take A620 to Retford

• Stay on A620 and join A631 outside Gainsborough

• Cross River Trent and stay on A631 for approximately 5 miles

• You will see a café in a lay-by on your left - SLOW DOWN and turn left signposted Pilham and Blyton. If you get to Corringham you have missed the turn!

• In Blyton turn right onto B1205 and we are one mile on left.

 

From M1 approximately 1 hour, From A1 approximately 30 min.

 

From the South

See above and follow from the A1 or M1.

 

 

From the North

Get onto the M180 and leave it at Junction 4, head south on the A15 towards Lincoln, after 5 miles turn right onto B1205. When you have crossed the level crossing at Northorpe you are about 1 mile away and the entrance will come up on your right. From M180 approximately 20 mins.

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