Whatever you want to drive...however you want to drive it (within reason), Blyton Park is the perfect venue for celebrating our love affair with all things automotive.

Whether you want to find the limits of your own vehicle, drive a supercar, a vintage car or test a competition car, the track, runways and facilities at Blyton Park are at your disposal. The facility is open throughout the year and is available for exclusive hire for club events, product launches, testing and tuition.

As well as the facilities for your chosen mode of transport, Blyton Park has a fully heated clubhouse with briefing and dining rooms, a shower and toilet block, a fully enclosed paddock area, large grassed areas and facilities for camping with mains power hook up. For larger events there is ample parking adjacent to the circuit. 

A short History of Blyton

Like most modern circuits, Blyton Park started life as an airfield. Opened on 20 April 1942 as RAF Blyton, it was home to 2,355 service personnel during the Second World War.

With three runways, several large hangars, bomb stores and plentiful space for accommodation its first purpose was as an Operational Training Unit (O.T.U.) for Polish aircrew learning to fly Wellington bombers. 199 squadron moved in during November 1942 and flew 119 sorties over enemy territory during a four month residency. Later in 1943, RAF Blyton became home to No1662 Heavy Conversion Unit (HCU). Their Wellington and Lancaster bombers were based in Gainsborough until the end of the war.

Post 1945, Blyton Park became a reserve field for the US Air Force which is when the runways were coated in tarmac. The circuit continued to operate as an airfield until 1954, but the runway was still used for take-off and landing practice.

The airfield was acquired by motorsport enthusiast Richard Usher in March 2011 before being repurposed as a one and a half mile tarmac circuit. Two months later, Blyton Park Driving Centre opened for business, with the main activities being track and experience days with optional driver tuition.

In recent years, a number of alternate circuit configurations have been introduced and as a result, the circuit is now a hub for numerous car and motorbike disciplines. Licenced by the MSA for sprint competition, Blyton Park hosts a number of rallycross and grasstrack events, as well as supermoto and superlites series.