South of England Circuits

South of England

For people located in the South of England, there are options available for Supercar driving experiences.  For those based in South West England, their closest option would be Castle Combe in Wiltshire. Castle Combe circuit is located in Chippenham and opened just 18 months after Silverstone, making it one of the longest established circuits in the UK. The track boasts modern facilities for competitors and spectators, resurfaced and reshaped circuit. Extremely popular for any driver, people travel from across the country for the opportunity to drive here. Depending on where you are based in the South West of England, the venue is between half an hour and an hour for those in surrounding areas such as Wiltshire, Somerset and Gloucestershire. For those further south, such as Cornwall and Devon, it takes anywhere from 1 hour 45 minutes, to 3 hours in the car – much closer than our other tracks. Unfortunately, as we are unable to offer passenger experiences at Castle Combe due to the lack of space available for this, the closest track would be Longcross Proving Ground, located in Chertsey, the starting time to get to this location from South West England is approximately 1 hour 30 minutes.

For those in the South East of England, the track that is easily their closest option would be Longcross Proving Ground in Chertsey, Surrey. The track is mostly known for the studios that it is located on.  The track itself was opened to the public in 2009. The circuit runs through and around a forested area, giving you an ‘Alpine’ and scenic feel during the drive. The track is also used by McLaren to test their well-known Supercars. Being in the South East of the country, this venue is extremely popular for those living in Berkshire, Surrey, Hampshire, Kent and Oxford. For customers in Berkshire, Surrey and Hampshire, the track can be reached in an hour. Those in the other south western parts of the UK can reach Longcross in less than 1 hour and a half.