What's on at Oulton Park?
  • 30 Jul
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    No Activity
  • 31 Jul
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    No Activity
  • 01 Aug
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    CarFest
  • 02 Aug
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    CarFest
  • 03 Aug
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    CarFest
  • 04 Aug
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  • 05 Aug
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    Car Trackday
  • 06 Aug
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    Bike Trackday
  • 07 Aug
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  • 08 Aug
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    British Superbike Championship
  • 09 Aug
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    British Superbike Championship
  • 10 Aug
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    British Superbike Championship
  • 11 Aug
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  • 12 Aug
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    Car and Bike Trackday
Circuit Contact

Oulton Park Circuit
Little Budworth,
Tarporley,
Cheshire CW6 9BW

Tel: 01829 760301
Fax: 01829 760378

oultonpark@msv.com

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How to find us

Situated next to Little Budworth and is best accessed from the A54 or the A49.

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Oulton Park

Built into the natural contours of the Cheshire countryside, Oulton Park's combination of stunning scenery and spectacular racing make it one of the most picturesque and best-loved circuits for spectators and competitors alike. Oulton Park may have celebrated its 60th anniversary last year but that doesn't mean 2014 will be any less spectacular!

The venue remains just as popular as ever with fans thanks to the superb views of the circuit available from the spectator bankings. Crowds of up to 35,000 regularly visit the circuit for the annual round of the British Touring Car Championship. As well as the BTCC, the Cheshire track hosts two rounds of the British Superbike Championship and the ever popular British F3/GT on Easter weekend.

The circuit also holds the Gold Cup meeting, which is now run as a historic event by the HSCC and where some of the finest racing cars from the past 70 years of the sport roll back time and take to the track over the August Bank Holiday weekend.

CarFest North will be welcomed into the parkland locale for a second straight year in 2014, offering festival goers a variety of music, cuisine and automotive delights!

Oulton Park is situated next to Little Budworth and is best accessed from the A54 and the A59.

 

This superb park was once the grounds of Oulton Hall, which burned down in 1926. The land was used throughout the war years as an army staging camp - General Patton was based here in the run-up to the Normandy landings, and his PT instructor, the Heavyweight Champion of the World, Joe Louis, gave exhibition bouts in the valley at Deer Leap.

The Mid-Cheshire Car Club developed the track, building it into the natural contours of the picturesque land and, when a crowd of 40,000 attended a meeting there in 1953, its future as a race circuit was assured.

International racing followed and a tradition was started with the Gold Cup event, which in its heyday regularly attracted F1 teams and drivers. The Gold Cup quickly became known as a real test of man and machine. Stirling Moss won the Cup five times, the first in a Maserati 250F delivered that morning from the factory in '54, the last in '61 in the four-wheel drive Ferguson. It was an all-wheel drive F1 car's only victory. Sir Stirling delighted fans by revisiting the Gold Cup in 2010, demonstrating the Ferguson as well as taking part in one of the races in an OSCA sports car and the meeting continues to bring in famous faces from the past.

The circuit continues to flourish under MSV's guidance and remains one of Europe's most revered racetracks.

 
 
 
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