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Donington Park is the oldest motorsport circuit in the UK still in operation. Originally part of the Donington Hall estate, it was first used for motorsport on Whit Monday in 1931 on the narrow lanes that formed the access roads of the hall. The circuit was closed at the outbreak of World War II, and was requisitioned by the Ministry of Defence to be used as a military vehicle depot. In 1971, the land was purchased by businessman Tom Wheatcroft, who rebuilt the circuit and established the famous Grand Prix Collection at the site.


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Derby, Nottingham and Leicester are all nearby, and Birmingham is less than an hour away. The circuit can be accessed from the nearby M1, A50 and A42 roads while international visitors can fly in to the neighbouring East Midlands Airport, with the main terminal just two miles from the circuit.


Donington Park, Castle Donington, Derby DE74 2RP


National Circuit – 1.89 miles (3.185km)

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