Donington Park first opened its gates in 1931, initially for motorcycle racing and then two years later for car action. The circuit went on to stage Grand Prix for both motorcycles and cars in the pre-war era.
Donington Park was subsequently re-built and re-opened in 1977 and has staged the British Motorcycle Grand Prix annually since 1987.
Among other accolades, Donington Park staged the first ever round of the World Superbike Championship, as well as holding the F1 Grand Prix of Europe in 1993.
The Bennetts British Superbike Championship returns to Kent for the first time since the incredible 2017 title decider and Shane 'Shakey' Byrne is gunning to retain his title against world-class rivals including Leon Haslam and Josh Brookes.
2017 was a vintage season with 10 different race winners and a further six podium finishers so expect to see many rivalries reignited at Brands Hatch!
The 1.2-mile ‘bullring’ Indy circuit produces some of the most intense action on the calendar and you won’t miss any of the drama unfold with the circuit’s natural amphitheatre; with two showcase BSB races and a packed programme of support class action you are in for a spectacular weekend!
The Bennetts British Superbike Championship round at Oulton Park is one of the highlights of the season with the Cheshire circuit often producing some of the closest finishes on the calendar - and the Bank Holiday event always produces a big crowd and sensational action.
2017 was a vintage season with 10 different race winners and a further six podium finishers. Oulton Park will feature two clashes between some of the world’s leading riders in their latest battle for title glory.
The annual visit for the Bennetts British Superbike Championship to the Snetterton 300 circuit is one of the highlights of the year at the Norfolk venue, and continues the BSB season after the brief break in the calendar.
2017 was a vintage season with 10 different race winners and a further six podium finishers, and Snetterton has proved to be one of the closest contests of the season in the past. It also has superb elevated spectator viewing banks!
The leading contenders will want to kick off the mid-part of the season strongly as the battle for the top six begins to intensify, and riders including Leon Haslam and Josh Brookes bid to take the title from defending champion Shane 'Shakey' Byrne.
British Superbike Championship (BSB) - brings some of the best bike racers in the World back to Knockhill for three days of 180mph wheel-to-wheel action on 6/7/8 July 2018. Knockhill’s twists and turns always produce stunning elbow to elbow action for these 180mph Superbikes. A cracking support package will provide plenty of entertainment for bike racing fans, in between two awesome BSB races. Please make sure you join us for this special Superbike event.
The Brands Hatch summer event, fondly nicknamed the ‘Big Brands Bash’ is always one of the highlights of the season on and off the track as the Bennetts British Superbike Championship hits the Grand Prix circuit for the first of two visits in 2018.
Shane 'Shakey' Byrne has proved to be a master of his home circuit in recent years but, as he continues his title defence, who will be able to gain the upper hand as the Showdown rapidly draws near for the top six contenders?
A packed programme of action - plus a huge campsite and great evening entertainment - make this a ‘must-do’ event this summer as Brands Hatch prepares for one of the biggest draws of the 2018 season.
The Bennetts British Superbike Championship have to be seen to be believed. It looks fast on TV but with your own eyes it's incredible. Watch the stars swap places at close to 200mph. Three days of action pack, high-speed, two-wheel racing on the fastest Race Circuit in the UK.
The annual trip by the Bennetts British Superbike Championship to the Lincolnshire Wolds circuit is a must-see event in 2018 and a huge hit with fans from across the country.
Cadwell Park’s infamous Mountain section is the backdrop for some of the championship’s most breath-taking drama, with superbikes completely airborne as they mount the crest. There is nowhere more spectacular to see riders such as Josh Brookes and defending champion Shane 'Shakey' Byrne in action!
The event is always hugely popular and camping sells out well in advance so book your tickets early for the 2018 ‘Party in the Park’.
The Bennetts British Superbike Championship (BSB) continues to assert itself as one of the greatest domestic bike series in the world, and we are delighted to be hosting round 9 of the Championship on 7-9 September 2018 for a intense triple header weekend!
The BSB bikes average more than 180bhp and are capable of reaching 200mph. If you haven’t witnessed the atmosphere first hand, the explosive acceleration off the line or the riders rubbing elbows at incredible speeds – then you really should!
As well as the exciting track action, there will also be lots of off-track entertainment for adults and children and if that wasn’t enough, there’s free paddock access all weekend and a FREE pit walk on Sunday so you can get up close to your favourite teams and riders!
The Bennetts British Superbike Championship returns to Oulton Park for the opening round of the crucial Showdown stage of the season. Six riders will battle it out over the final three rounds to become the 2018 champion - so expect fireworks in Cheshire!
Shane 'Shakey' Byrne continues his title defence but he will face an incredible fight if he is to retain the crown, with contenders including Leon Haslam and Josh Brookes queuing up for the steal after missing out in 2017.
The weekend features a host of support class action and is sure to be a pivotal event in the fight for the 2018 championship titles.
Assen circuit is steeped in motorcycle racing history and has been an iconic track for fans across Europe and renowned as 'The Cathedral'. Assen has rapid changes in direction, and is fully surrounded by grass banks and grandstands, providing excellent viewing for the thousands of spectators who visit. A huge favourite with riders, Assen is known for its festive and extravagant atmosphere.
The original Assen track was first used for the 1925 Dutch Tourist Trophy race, held on country roads through the villages. The circuit remained unchanged until 1955, when a new circuit was built close to the site of the original. The circuit was fundamentally redesigned in 2006, becoming the Assen TT Circuit. All alterations aside, only one section of the circuit is original; the finish line never moved.
In 1999 the circuit was modified with a new grandstand, control tower and renovated pit garages. Modifications to the circuit over the winter of 2005/6 saw the length reduced to 2.822 miles.
Brands Hatch is one of the most iconic sporting venues in the world and can lay claim to being the busiest race circuit in Europe.
Having undergone a series of major improvements in recent years, the Kent circuit now attracts some of the biggest international events on the calendar.
Ever since starting out as a dirt track motorcycle circuit in 1926, Brands Hatch has been characterised by its natural ampitheatre, with virtually the entire 'Indy' configuration visible from the spectator banking and grandstands.
A firm fans' favourite, Brands Hatch has also witnessed a number of significant moments in history including the epic 2011 MCE BSB title decider.