Circuits

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About Our Circuits

The tracks we have selected are the best motorsport and training circuits available, with numerous and complex corners which all motorcycle riders can learn from.

We have a highly experienced technical support team in attendance at all circuits to help our students with any technical issues they may have with their motorcycle, and to support the fleet of motorcycles being used by the coaches, and by students who have chosen to hire one of our fleet.

Donington Park

About the circuit

Donington Park is one of the most internationally-renowned and historically significant circuits in the world. Donington hosts major national and international events including the World and British Superbike Championships. In recent years it has benefitted from a multi-million pound programme of improvements to both the circuit and its adjacent pit and paddock facilities. Donington Park features an array of challenging corners such as Redgate, Craner Curves, Coppice and the Melbourne Hairpin to name but a few – it is also the fastest circuit on the school’s annual calendar.

The school has exclusive use of the full circuit, all of the pit garages and paddock complex and there is plenty of parking adjacent to the pit garages. The classroom sessions all take place inside the main building complex and we also have access to the pay-by-card fuel station on site. The on-site catering inside the main building is excellent and the Donington team always look after us well. Given its designation as a World and British Superbike Championship circuit and its array of premium facilities Donington Park is a favourite circuit of students and coaches alike.

Additionally, tyres can be supplied and fitted at the circuit by prior arrangement.

Circuit Location

  • Donington Park
  • Castle Donington
  • Leicestershire
  • DE74 2RP

Noise Limit

98 dB(A) Drive by ONLY.
Fuel available on site.

Directions

Donington park is located on the A453 next to East Midlands Airport. The A453 is off the M1 and can be accessed from either Junction 23A or Junction 24. The nearest railway stations are located at either Derby or Loughborough. Taxis are available from both stations.

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Bedford Autodrome

About the circuit

The Bedford Autodrome circuit was created and constructed by Dr. Jonathan Palmer, a former F1 racing driver. It is an impressive complex with a range of circuit configurations available laid out across a 384 acre site with vast run-off areas that provide optimum safety. With so much space the circuit is ideally suited to the needs of the California Superbike School’s coaching activities and its students. The school mainly utilises the anticlockwise West Circuit with its hairpin, multiple chicanes and its array of sweeping and combination corners. 

The Walker Suite serves as the school’s classroom and the extensive pit garage and paddock complex provides everyone with plenty of individual space. Fuel is available on site and static noise testing is independently undertaken by the circuit operations team. When the circuit is active it is fully staffed with marshalls and a safety team is on-site throughout the day. 

Additionally, tyres can be supplied and fitted at the circuit by prior arrangement.

Circuit Location

  • Bedford Autodrome
  • Thurleigh Airfield Business Park
  • Milton Earnest
  • Thurleigh
  • Bedfordshire
  • MK44 2YP

Noise Limit

Noise Limit - 101 dB(A) Static and 87.5 db(A) drive by.
Fuel - Available on site

Directions

Bedford Autodrome is located approximately 10 miles North of Bedford town centre and 20 miles East of Northampton. The nearest railway station to Bedford Autodrome is Bedford (20 minutes by Taxi). Trains from London leave from either St Pancras or any Thameslink station approximately every 20 minutes. There is a taxi rank immediately outside Bedford Station.

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Brands Hatch Indy

About the circuit

Brands Hatch is one of the world’s most iconic sporting venues and plays host to some of motorsport’s most prestigious events. The circuit is visited by a huge variety of championships including the British Superbike Championship. The circuit sits in a natural amphitheatre offering unrivalled views of the action from various vantage points and is known as Britain’s best loved motor racing circuit with feature corners such as Paddock Hill Bend, Druids, Surtees and Clearways to name but a few. 

The school takes over the entire in-field paddock and garage complex which provides plenty of space for everyone. Fuel is available on site and static noise testing is independently undertaken by the circuit operations team. When the circuit is active it is fully staffed with marshalls and a safety team is on-site throughout the day. 

Additionally, tyres can be supplied and fitted at the circuit by prior arrangement.

Circuit location

  • Brands Hatch Circuit
  • Fawkham
  • Longfield
  • Kent
  • DA3 8NG

Noise Limit

101 dB(A) Static and 87.5 dB(A) Drive by.
Fuel available on site.

Directions

Brands Hatch is located on the A20 near West Kingsdown, just 3 miles from Junction 3 (Swanley) of the M25. It is linked by the A20 to the M20 and M25/M26 motorways. The nearest railway station to Brands Hatch is Swanley, just 5 miles away. Trains from London leave from London Victoria. There is a bus service from the station to the circuit and a taxi rank outside of Swanley station.

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Cadwell Park

About the circuit

Cadwell Park celebrated its 85th anniversary in 2019 and is fondly known as the ‘mini-Nürburgring’. The Lincolnshire circuit is especially popular with motorcyclists nationwide. Cadwell Park’s twisty and undulating track crosses through open park and woodland and is hailed as one of the best motorcycle circuits in the country. Once discovered it is often a firm favourite amongst the many students of the California Superbike School and the coaches love it too. The circuit is also one of the most popular destinations on the British Superbike calendar with the infamous ‘Bus Stop’ and ‘The Mountain’ sections providing a particular challenge. 

The school has exclusive use of the lower paddock and café complex. The upper paddock and parking areas are designated for students which provides plenty of space for everyone. Fuel is available on site and static noise testing is independently undertaken by the circuit operations team. When the circuit is active it is fully staffed with marshalls and a safety team is on-site throughout the day.

Additionally, tyres can be supplied and fitted at the circuit by prior arrangement.

Circuit location

  • Cadwell Park Circuit
  • Louth
  • Lincolnshire
  • LN11 9SE

Noise Limit

105 dB(A) Static. Drive by N/A.
Fuel available on site.

Directions

Cadwell Park is located in Lincolnshire on the A153, 10 miles North of Horncastle and five miles South of Louth. From the South, leave the A1 at Grantham picking up the A153 all the way to the circuit. From the North follow the signs from the M180 to Humberside Airport. Follow the A18 and then the A16 to Louth. The circuit is 5 miles further South on the A153.

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