Croft Circuit is a hidden gem located at the tip of North Yorkshire, just outside Darlington. With strict noise restrictions Croft doesn’t always see the lime light it deserves. Originally an airfield in World War two the circuit has since seen two iterations, being updated to its current state in 1997. It’s home to the British Touring Cars, World Rally Cross, Porsche Carrera Cup and more. A mixture of fast, slow and technical corners sees Croft a tricky circuit to master but very rewarding. The circuit has good access being 10 minutes from the A1 along with fantastic facilities; garages with power, large paddock, shower & toilet block and of course the essential bacon butty van.
As with most circuits Blyton Park started out as an airfield in World War 2. In 2011 it was transformed into the motorsport facility that it is today. The circuit is open with mainly large run off areas – taking the nervous edge off driving your pride and joy. Blyton offers multiple circuit layouts to accommodate all needs but see fast, slow and technical components throughout. Facilities include paddock area, camping area, briefing room, club house and a toilet & shower block. Please contact Blyton Park directly for any camping arrangements.