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Thundersport GB action returns to Brands Hatch this weekend for a busy two days of top-class 2-wheel action. Headlined by the "Race of the South" the series competing include all Thundersport classes from full Superbike specification to the world renowned Thundersport Superteens - the training ground for future Superbike and Grand Prix Champions.
Brands Hatch is a motor racing circuit in West Kingsdown, Kent, England.First used as a grasstrack motorcycle circuit on farmland, it hosted 12 runnings of the British Grand Prix between 1964 and 1986 and currently hosts many British and International racing events. The venue is owned and operated by Jonathan Palmer's MotorSport Vision organisation. ...
Brands Hatch boasts a history almost unrivalled by any other circuit. Racing has taken place at the venue since 1926, when grass track racing took place on an anti-clockwise layout, before the direction of the circuit was switched in 1954.
SpeedFest 7: Three months to go! American SpeedFest 7 rocks and rolls its way to Brands Hatch this in just three months' time with a non-stop, USA-flavoured weekender headlined by NASCAR.
Track Days Brands Hatch and circuit information and full list of Car and Motorcycle Bike track days from Trackdays.co.uk. The Grand Prix circuit remains a great challenge in UK motor racing.
Brands Hatch in Kent has been around since 1926 and has become one of the most iconic racing venues in the UK. Over the years, many famous drivers including Stirling Moss, Jackie Stewart and Ayrton Senna have tackled its fearsome corners, dips and cambers.
Britain’s first post-World War II race track, Brands Hatch instils every essence and characteristic of a petrolhead’s Mecca.Seeped in rich motorsport history and one of the UK’s last unspoilt circuits, its natural amphitheatre nestled in the serene Kent hillside has played host to some of the most hotly contested battles and glorious moments in British motorsport.
Pickup Truck racing is fast and furious and has won the hearts of race fans and drivers alike for 20 years. Several of the leading drivers consider the Pickup to be the finest racing machine to date to be created at SHP Engineering.
British Pickup Racing Championship star Lea Wood finished the season on a high note at Brands Hatch with a first and second place which helped him clinch third place overall.
MotorSport Vision (MSV) is Europe's leading race circuit owner and operates first-class driving experiences at Brands Hatch, Donington Park, Oulton Park, Bedford Autodrome, Snetterton and Cadwell Park.