105 dB(A) Static
40 Cars Max
Ever wanted to know what it’s like to drive around one of the most renowned and challenging circuits in the world? Well, with want2race’s Cadwell Park track day, you get the full package. Often referred to as the ‘Mini-Nürburgring’, Cadwell Park not only captures the essence of the infamous German circuit, but it is also a fully-fledged racetrack used in competitive motorsports across various disciplines, including the British Superbike Championship.
Address: Cadwell Park Circuit, Louth, Lincolnshire LN11 9SE
The Cadwell Park main circuit is 2.2 miles (approximately 3.5km) long, broken down into 11 sections and a total of 18 corners. The maximum track capacity is 40, though we do try and keep numbers to a minimum, and the noise level is 105dB static. It has seen a series of updates and smaller tracks built within it, but the most recent iteration has been around since 2006 and has proved a popular attractions year after year. It is famous for its climbing left-hander, the Mountain Ascent, the twisting Hall Bends and the tight hairpin that follows immediately after. It is demanding run that truly tests drivers’ abilities.
A high-octane rollercoaster ride, W2R Track Days at Cadwell Park are hugely sought after. Built for both cars and bikes, this is a stimulating circuit well-suited to a wide range of want2race cars, as well as those bringing their own vehicle.
The circuit offers exclusive open pit lane access, minimal stoppages and no queuing. Our aim is to optimise every aspect of your on-track experience, ensuring that each driver enjoys as much time spent out on the tarmac as possible.
The next Cadwell Park track day has yet to be confirmed, but make sure to keep an eye out on our track day calendar for our next date.
*Schedule taken from want2race’s s Drivedays page: track day times are subject to change – details to be confirmed by want2race*
Cadwell Park is located near to the village of Louth in Lincolnshire. The nearest airports are Humberside (26 miles), Doncaster Sheffield (49 miles) and East Midlands Airport (77 miles).
If you are coming by car, the circuit is located along the A153. If you are approaching from the south, this can be accessed from the A1 motorway; coming from the north or the west, use the A1, M1 or M62, then take the M180 to Brigg, before joining the A1084 to Caistor.
In terms of public transport, the nearest railway stations to the circuit are Market Rasen and Lincoln, after which you can get a taxi to the circuit.
Lastly, some clients arrive by helicopter – the standard GPS coordinates for the helipad (A) are: 53° 18.83’ N 00° 04.08’ W. If you are using Google Earth coordinates, they are as follows: 53° 18’ 50” N 00° 04’ 05” W.
The primary helipad for visitors is area A, however, area B may be available during weekdays but only with express written permission from Cadwell Park circuit.
Should you be wanting to bring your own car, we have specialist transport, storage and car preparation services that take your vehicle from our prestigious Donington Park base to your chosen track – just speak to our team for more information.
The circuit was built on top of the former Cadwell Hall after being bought by Mansfield Wilkinson in 1927, who originally intended to use it for shooting competitions. However, his son Charles preferred motorcycles and began using the land for grass track affairs in 1934; by 1938, several of sections of track had been re-laid in concrete and the first true Cadwell circuit was born.
In 1951, plans were submitted to extend the course by adding a new loop which would bypass the Mountain Ascent before looping back. The changes were intended to attracting car racing, as it had only seen motorcycle racing till this point, with Formula 3 racers and were duly approved by local authorities. The extended track was gradually built by purchasing adjoining land throughout the 50s and by 1962, the first car-only events took place. By the 1980s, the likes of Nelson Piquet and Ayrton Senna had graced the track, and even the stars of motorcycle racing, such as Agostini and Hailwood, had already driven around the circuit during the 60s and 70s.
Cadwell was bought by MotorSport Vision (MSV) in 2004 and whilst its car racing is reserved for mainly Club competitions, it still remains a popular circuit for motorcycle racing. Since they took ownership, there has been a swathe of updates to the track, facilities and overall track day experience; one of the most notable is the new chicane. Designed strictly for bike races, it’s a tricky passage that adds yet another layer of difficulty to an already technically tasking track.
Cadwell Park is a sweeping circuit that offers plenty of challenge as well as a varied driving experience. With such a strong reputation and busy calendar, track day spaces are limited, so book early if you to seal your spot.
Check out our Premium Track Days Calendar to find our next visit to Cadwell, as well as all other upcoming dates. If you need any more information, please don’t hesitate to ask: just contact us via phone on 01332 47 00 57, or email us at email@example.com.