Cadwell Park

53.308611111111 - 0.0625Koordinaten: 53 ° 18 ' 31 " N, 0 ° 3' 45 " W

Cadwell Park is a race track in Lincolnshire, England, five miles south of Louth. It is owned and operated by Jonathan Palmer's Motorsport Vision company.

The track has valleys and peaks, because it lies in a steep valley. She has fast sloping curves, including a section called The Mountain, stand out among the motorcycles. The mix of challenging corners has led to the nickname of mini Nürburgring.

Location Description

The race track is located in the Lincolnshire Wolds between Louth and Horncastle, on the A 153, about 24 kilometers to the east is the North Sea.


Cadwell Park was created in 1934 by Mansfield Wilkinson of Louth. His sons originally used the area for racing their own motorbikes and from the present ring developed. In 1953, the railway was extended to nearly twice the length of 2.1 kilometers. The line was expanded in 1962 to today's 3.62 km long train and was host to the British Formula 3 Championship in the following May Some of the curves are named after family members eg Mansfield, Charlie and Chris.


The road is considered to be too narrow for car racing at its finest. The course is mainly used for motorcycle racing. The most popular event in the racing calendar of the ring is the British Superbike Championship, which takes place every year in August. The British Superkart Grand Prix is ​​also an annual event.

In addition, contributions for the British television Motor Magazine Fifth Gear will be filmed here, the racer Tiff Needell with often is represented at the.

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