Why Us? FREE Delivery, 60 Day Refund Policy, Great Prices and Secure Shopping!

Blyton (Gainsborough, Lincolnshire)

Blyton Park is located about five miles north of Gainsborough, Lincolnshire. A former airfield, the site had a new tarmac circuit laid back in 2011 to offer an even better driving experience. The bespoke design includes a wide variety of corners, as few solid barriers as possible and large tarmac run off areas to help along every level of driver.

Find the track at:

Blyton Park
Old Blyton Airfield
Kirton Road
Blyton
Gainsborough
Lincolnshire
DN21 3PE

The turning for the track is approximately one mile from Blyton village on the B1205 (Kirton Road). The entrance is on the left hand side, and is marked by big signs on both sides of two heavy steel gates. A derelict wartime brick shed also marks the spot!

Visitor Info


There are a number of facilities for participants and spectators, including toilets and changing rooms to ensure your comfort while at the track. There is also an amenities building providing briefing rooms and a fully equipped kitchen so you can push the car of your dreams to its limits on a full stomach. Free Wi-Fi is also available so you can upload any snaps taken at the track straightaway.

History


Blyton Park was initially an RAF base that opened in 1942 and housed 1966 men and 389 women. After the Second World War Blyton was given over to the US Air Force to be used as a reserve field, and in this period the concrete runways were given a tarmac coating. There’s still a feeling of the old RAF buzz about the place, as although aircraft rarely land there, the Red Arrows display team can often be spotted practising overhead from their base at RAF Scampton, and the famous Hurricane and sole surviving Vulcan bomber did a fly-past in recent years in honour of the site’s history.

Map

Experiences at Blyton (Gainsborough, Lincolnshire)

27 Items

per page

Grid  List