Track you might not have heard of: Cadwell Park (Lincolnshire, England)

Well if we ever find ourselves in this part of England, we know where we’re headed 🙂 Some quality British B roads can’t be far from here, either.

It is sited across a steep-sided valley, giving rise to dips and crests. The circuit features sharp changes in gradient, including one section called The Mountain where bikes can become airborne by up to several feet. Its mix of challenging corners has led to its nickname as the Mini-NĂĽrburgring (source).

Tim Schrick of D Motor (a sort of German Fifth Gear) does his thing:

Racing driver Martyn Bell walks us through how to drive the track:

But as fun as it sounds in a car, it looks absolutely bonkers on a bike! Observe:

Driven or ridden this track before? Have your say in the comments!

~ by velofinds on November 16, 2011.

4 Responses to “Track you might not have heard of: Cadwell Park (Lincolnshire, England)”

  1. I have driven the track in a simulator and it’s definitely a favorite!

  2. Great vids! Correct me if I’m wrong but I think Fifth Gear uses this track every once in awhile.

  3. looks like *such* a fun road course.. geez.

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