Situated on the border where the Cotswolds meets Wiltshire, Castle Combe Circuit is a former WWII airfield which has seen track action since 1950, located 20 miles to the east of Bristol via the M4 motorway.
Previously the site of Formula 2 and Formula 3 Motorsport Championships (the former of which saw the legendary late Sir Stirling Moss famously flipping over on the circuit in a 1953 race), it is one of our most popular venues for Car Track Days in this corner of the South West of England.
The 1.85 mile long track is agreed by many enthusiasts to pose some of the most challenging corners on any British circuit, and dates for car events always sell pretty rapidly here so you're advised to book as early as possible.
There is usually camping on-site overnight for certain events, with very basic facilities available for these. However, there is excellent catering on-site for visitors and spectators, and great viewing areas for the latter also.
Have a look above now and browse our Castle Combe Car Track Day event list from which you can book directly onto a future date, or purchase one of our open gift vouchers to redeem and use on a later date of your choosing.