In addition to the championships and events that the British Automobile Racing Club runs every year, the Club also operates a total of five venues in the United Kingdom – three of which are circuits and the remaining two hill climb courses. Steeped in a rich history, all BARC venues have become cornerstones of British motorsport in their own right, showing the very best in four and two-wheeled competition over countless decades.
The hub of motorsport in the north of the country, the 2.1 mile Croft blends a mixture of high speed and low speed corners to produce a real challenge. Edge-of-the-seat thrills are guaranteed throughout the year with a variety of different events being staged, as well as giving fans the opportunity to tackle the track themselves.VISIT WEBSITE
The home of motorsport in Wales, Pembrey has become synonymous as being one of the most popular venues to compete at. Playing host to cars, trucks, motorcycles and karts, as well as driving experiences, rallies and sprints, Pembrey continues to flourish and develop.VISIT WEBSITE
Widely recognised as one of the best hill climb venues in the UK, Gurston Down presents a unique challenge for all competitors. At 957 metres, the track holds the unique characteristic of descending off the start – something that only adds to the spectacle for competitors and spectators alike.VISIT WEBSITE
Offering unrivalled views, Harewood Hill is the longest speed hill climb course in the UK. All manner of cars will descend on the Yorkshire venue to compete against the clock on the 1440 metre ribbon of tarmac, with some reaching speeds of more than 120mph.VISIT WEBSITE
Serving as the home of the BARC and dubbed as the fastest circuit in the UK, Thruxton has earned the reputation as being a real drivers track having staged top-level motorsport for more than 50 years, with all manner of championships visiting year on year as well a host of driving experiences taking place.VISIT WEBSITE