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Castle Combe
Chippenham, Wiltshire
8th September 2014
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North Weald
Epping, Essex
19th September 2014
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Donington Park
Castle Donington, Derby
6th October 2014
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Goodwood
Goodwood, West Sussex
27th October 2014
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Brands Hatch
Fawkham, Kent
1st December 2014
Status: provisional
 

MGs On Track Venue List

2014 Calendar
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Anglesey
If on your first visit to Anglesey Circuit certain views appear familiar, it is probably because you will have seen the Circuit featured on one of many television motoring programmes, or in one of several motoring magazines that regularly use Anglesey Circuit. A lovely location, perfect backdrop and the ideal blend of corners and elevated sections make Anglesey Ciruit unique.
From the start, a downhill run heads to the challenging School Corner a sweeping climbing right hander that tests both skill and bravery. School leads into Abbotts, a square right, before the road climbs up and over a brow into the Radar Complex, a left-right sequence. Top Straight follows before heavy braking into the Hairpin. A sweeping left through Douglas and then a tricky right takes cars out into the pit straight once more and into another lap.
A superb technical circuit, however, one that beginners can also enjoy. Heartily recommended.
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Bedford Autodrome
Bedford is probably the safest proper circuit in the UK and has always been a very sought after venue. It is suitable for beginners and experienced alike due to the 3.6 miles of circuit and large run off areas.
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Brands Hatch
Set in a natural bowl, the Indy circuit has a sort of rhythm to it that no other circuit can match. It's probably the undulating nature of the circuit, plus the fact that when you're moving it is unlikely that you will need a gear other than third or fourth. Paddock is well documented but at the other side of the Indy circuit Surtees, leading into Clearways, is a bit of an exciting left-hander that also requires a bit of kerb hopping. Clearways is crucial for carrying speed onto the Brabham Straight which in turn could lead to you being first into Paddock. Paddock Hill Bend is probably the mightiest corner in UK motorsport. With a virtually blind approach, turning into Paddock is like dropping off the edge of the world. The corner drops away to the inside and the compression at the bottom of the hill is enough to push your suspension onto the bump stops. Epic!
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Brands Hatch - MGs & Mixed Marques
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Brands Hatch evening
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Brands Hatch GP
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Cadwell Park
A combination of long fast curves and some very tricky tight bends, hills with a nasty hairpin. The track can be split into two main sections, the section from Coppice through to Chris Curve (Club Circuit) is fairly simple but the section from Gooseneck through to Barn requires a lot of concentration.
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Cadwell Park - Club Triumph Session
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Cadwell Park MGs and Compatibles
A great combination of long fast curves and some very tricky tight bends, hills with a nasty hairpin. The track can be split into two main sections, the section from Coppice through to Chris Curve (Club Circuit) is fairly simple but the section from Gooseneck through to Barn requires a lot of concentration.
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Castle Combe

Castle Combe Circuit opened just 18 months after Silverstone in the summer of 1950, making it one of the longest established circuits in the UK. Until 1999, the circuit followed it's original layout, around the perimeter of the old air base. In that first year, a young Stirling Moss won a race and over the next few years, names like Mike Hawthorn, Colin Chapman, Les Leston, Roy Salvadori and John Surtees thrilled huge crowds.

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Castle Combe - MGB SESSION

Castle Combe Circuit opened just 18 months after Silverstone in the summer of 1950, making it one of the longest established circuits in the UK. Until 1999, the circuit followed it's original layout, around the perimeter of the old air base. In that first year, a young Stirling Moss won a race and over the next few years, names like Mike Hawthorn, Colin Chapman, Les Leston, Roy Salvadori and John Surtees thrilled huge crowds.

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Castle Combe - MGCC Register day
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Castle Combe - MGs & Mixed Marque
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Castle Combe - MIDGET SESSION

Castle Combe Circuit opened just 18 months after Silverstone in the summer of 1950, making it one of the longest established circuits in the UK. Until 1999, the circuit followed it's original layout, around the perimeter of the old air base. In that first year, a young Stirling Moss won a race and over the next few years, names like Mike Hawthorn, Colin Chapman, Les Leston, Roy Salvadori and John Surtees thrilled huge crowds.

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Castle Combe - Triumph Session
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Castle Combe - V8 SESSION

Castle Combe Circuit opened just 18 months after Silverstone in the summer of 1950, making it one of the longest established circuits in the UK. Until 1999, the circuit followed it's original layout, around the perimeter of the old air base. In that first year, a young Stirling Moss won a race and over the next few years, names like Mike Hawthorn, Colin Chapman, Les Leston, Roy Salvadori and John Surtees thrilled huge crowds.

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Club Triumph Goodwood
The layout remains unchanged from its 50's and 60's racing heyday. This is a track of the old school variety. In other words it's bloody quick and a serious test of any drivers nerves. Much of the lap can be flat-out in some cars. From the chicane all the way round to St Mary's, you will be travelling fast fast indeed. Be warned though, there's not much run off.
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Croft
Perhaps the only drawback is the fact that it's a bit of a trek but if you happen to live in the North West, then you're very lucky indeed. Besides it's probably not as far as you think and it's well worth the effort for soft southerners.
As a track Croft is a mixture of fast, slow and technical that will have you thinking and planning probably more than at any other UK track.
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Croft - Midget & Sprite Club session
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Croft - MX5 Owners Club session
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Donington Park
One of the best tracks in the UK. Undulating through rolling fields it has character despite its open parkland setting. It also has excellent facilities, not to mention a challenging layout that is dominated by the Craner Curves.
The Craner Curves is a sweeping downhill right/left that will test your commitment like no other. From the banking on either side it looks almost benign, but from the cockpit it is surprisingly tight particularly as you plunge downhill and line-up for the lefthander in the shadow of the Spitfire monument.
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Donington Park - MGs and Compatible make
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Goodwood
The layout remains unchanged from its 50's and 60's racing heyday. This is a track of the old school variety. In other words it's bloody quick and a serious test of any drivers nerves. Much of the lap can be flat-out in some cars. From the chicane all the way round to St Mary's, you will be travelling fast fast indeed. Be warned though, there's not much run off.
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Knockhill
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Lydden
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Mallory Park
Bettered only by Lydden Hill for 'Britain's shortest circuit' honours, Mallory Park is something of an institution. It's never been a big player, and it will probably never play host to a Powertour meeting but what the hell, it's still a great little circuit.
With a lake in the middle for added ambience, Mallory is actually very fast and that's despite having Shaws hairpin, easily the tightest corner of any UK track. From then on it's flat-out all the way to Gerards the never ending right-hander.
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MX5 - Cadwell Park
A combination of long fast curves and some very tricky tight bends, hills with a nasty hairpin. The track can be split into two main sections, the section from Coppice through to Chris Curve (Club Circuit) is fairly simple but the section from Gooseneck through to Barn requires a lot of concentration.
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MX5 - Snetterton
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North Weald
North Weald airfield was established as a military airbase during the First World War. It continued to be used as a military base between the wars and was an important Royal Air Force base in the Second World War. The airfield gained prominence during this time as an important base in the air defence of the United Kingdom.
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Oulton Park - MG Session
Another UK circuit set in pastoral parkland surroundings, Oulton Park, like Cadwell and Brands, has a special ambience that only a British track could possibly generate.
Oulton's character is generated by its peaks and crests and challenging layout. Indeed it is probably one of the trickier UK circuits to learn but a rewarding one to get right. Most of the corners are followed by a good long straight so it is important to get them right and so carry your speed. The Knickerbrook chicane has slowed things down a bit but this is still a circuit of high average speeds.
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Oulton Park - Other sessions
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Pembrey
It's another airfield job so, again, it's a bit flat which can make finding your way around difficult until you get used to it. The lap is governed by two vital corners: Brooklands Hairpin and Honda Curve. Each leads on to a critically fast part of the circuit so carrying speed is vital. The inner part of the circuit is seemingly a never ending sequence of bends while the incredibly tight Hatchers hairpin is at the end of the longest straight making it very easy to overshoot under braking.
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Rockingham
Easy to get to for most people being quite centrally located, Rockingham is a major achievement in itself, having taken many years to come to fruition.
Great facilities and an infield track that can be run in different combinations make Rockingham a good track day venue. The chance to drive on the high speed oval banking is a must.
At 2.6 miles the standard road course is plenty long enough and takes in turns one and four of the oval. It's a clean sheet design too so by rights it ought to be good.
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Rockingham MG & Mixed Marque
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Silverstone GP
Built on an old military airport in 1948, Silverstone was a high-speed track with long straights and quick curves. Throughout the years the track layout has undergone several changes but retained most of its character. There are in fact 5 different layouts of the circuit at Silverstone; The GP, International, National, Historic GP and Stowe Circuit. With a combination of ultra fast corners, long straights and some slow sections, Silverstone represents a good challenge to any driver.
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Silverstone GP - Mixed Marque session
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Silverstone GP evening
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Snetterton
A fast lap at Snetterton is all about carrying your speed onto the straights even though the fastest corner of all - Coram - doesn't have a much of a straight after it at all, just the very slow Russell Bend.
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Snetterton
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Snetterton 300
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Stowe evening - MGs
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Stowe evening - MGs & Compatible makes
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Thruxton
Being another airfield circuit Thruxton is a bit on the featureless side but typical of the breed much of it is very fast indeed. Essentially only the chicane and the Cambell/Cobb/Segrave complex split up the flat-out sections. In fact over half the lap can be taken with the throttle very nearly planted.
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