Our circuit at East Fortune is based on the old airfield, right next to the Museum of flight. Approximately 25 minutes from Edinburgh heading east along the A1 is very easy to find if you follow the signs for the Museum of flight.

This large facility allows us to set out a challenging yet safe track for you to come and enjoy the driving experience.

Corners of varying difficulty and tightness will allow you to assess the handling of the cars while the back-straight allows you to relax and enjoy the power of these awesome vehicles, in a very safe environment.

Please try not to look at the old RAF bombers and other aeroplanes in the background while concentrating on driving the cars! It truly is a beautiful part of the country.

This is currently the largest track in our operation.

East Fortune Airfield
East Lothian
EH39 5LF

Directions

From Edinburgh (the North);

Heading south on the Edinburgh city bypass, A720, until you meet the junction with the A1. Take the 3rd exit onto the A1 ramp to Berwick upon Tweed/Tranent/Haddington/N Berwick/Cockenzie & Port Seton. Stay on the A1 for approximately 11 miles, take the A199 exit toward Haddington/A6093/E Linton/Athelstaneford/B1343/Drem/B1377/Gullane/A198. At the roundabout, take the 2nd exit onto Dunbar Rd/A199.

After 1.5 miles turn left onto the B1347. This will be signposted for the Museum of flight.

Stay on the B1347 until you have passed the Museum of flight. Approximately 0.3 miles later you will see an open double Green gate on your right hand side which is the entrance of the airfield.

From the South;

From the A1 , arrive at the roundabout with the A199, and take the 3rd exit , A199 heading to East linton, Dunbar, North Berwick.

After 3.3miles, at the roundabout take the second exit on to Bridgend/B1377, and continue on the B1377 for 0.5 miles. Turn right on to bridge street and continue to follow the B1377 for a further 2.3 miles. Then turn left to stay on the B1377 and follow from further 1.5 miles.

Turn left onto the B1347 and go through one roundabout, and you will then see an open double Green gate on your left hand side which is the entrance to the airfield.

 

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