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Track: Blyton Park

Directions
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 approx 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 approx 1 hour, From A1 30 min.
 
From the South and South Midlands
  • Exit M1 at Junction 21A and follow A46 to Newark.
  • Take A113  and then A156 to Gainsborough.
  • Take A631 out of Gainsborough
  • Just before Corringham turn left for Pilham & Blyton
  • In Blyton turn right onto B1205
  • Blyton Park is 1 mile on the left.

From the North
  • Exit the M180 at Junction 4 and take A15 towards Lincoln.
  • After 5 miles turn right onto B1205
  • After the Level (?) Crossing at Northorpe you are 1 mile from Blyton Park entrance which will be to your right.
  • From M180 approx. 20 mins.
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Facilities
The circuit specific information contained in MGoT Appendix B may be found HERE

Overview
Blyton Park Driving Centre is located approximately five miles North of Gainsborough in Lincolnshire. Like many race tracks used for track days in this country, it started life as an RAF base in 1942, with three concrete runways and a large range of hangers, bomb stores and accommodation buildings. It closed in 1954.

Blyton Park is one of the Uk's newest track day venues, opening for business in March 2011, with a new 1.5 mile tarmac circuit featuring a wide variety of corners, using a circuit design that ensures that there is ample tarmac run-off and as few solid barriers as possible. In March 2012, a new length of track was added to the circuit, allowing track days to be held on three different circuits: the inner circuit, the outer circuit and the eastern circuit. Typically, either the Eastern Circuit or the Outer Circuit are used for track days, and on occasion both. 
   
 
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