Round 1 - 16th March 2014
Landrake, Saltash, Cornwall
Featuring: MX1 MX2 & Veterans
Featuring: MX1 MX2 & Veterans
An excellent all round circuit which has not featured in the championship for a few years will make a welcome return in 2014.
Situated just 500 metres from the A38 Trunk Road, to the west of Plymouth
Mel Martin, 7 Broadway Road, Kingsteignton TQ12 3EH
Featuring: MX1 MX2 MXY2
Cadders Hill, Lyng is a natural hillside motocross circuit, primarily sand based, without too many man made obstacles. It is nonetheless a spectacular, physically demanding motocross venue that has witnessed many titanic battles for championship points. The Norwich Viking MCC team is constantly updating facilities for both riders and spectators.
The Norwich Vikings have been organizing motorcycle events at the Cadders Hill venue since 1936. Originally the venue was used for hillclimbs. After the war they ran what were known as mountain grasstracks until the circuit became too rough and from 1949 onwards they switched to scrambles. Club President, Dennis Slaughter, started competing there in 1948 and has been involved in one capacity or another ever since and still spends much of his time maintaining the track.
Lyng was one of the venues for the Grandstand Television Trophy scrambles in the late 60s; it also hosted a 125cc Grand Prix in 1993 and has been running British Championship events for over 25 years.
The Cadders Hill track is situated one mile North of the A1067 Norwich to Fakenham Road, or three miles from the A47 Norwich to King’s Lynn Road and is signposted from these major roads on the day of the event. If you are using GPS Navigation Systems, the track is located at postcode NR9 5QZ. Grid Reference: TG 068175.
Where to stay:
Lenwade House Hotel
Lenwade, Norwich 01603 879567
Wensum Valley Hotel & Country Club, Taverham, Norwich 01603 261012
Old Brewery House Hotel
Reepham, Norwich 01603 870881
Premier Inn Norwich (Showground/A47)
Norwich 0871 527 8834
Bowthorpe, Norwich 01603 741161
The Bridge Inn
Lenwade, Norwich 01603 872248
The Parson Woodforde
Norwich 01603 880106
Bed & Breakfast
Foxwood Guest House
Taverham, Norwich 01603 868474
Norfolk Country Cottages
Reepham, Norwich 01603 871872
For a full range of accommodation in the Dereham area visit:
Hospital: Norfolk & Norwich
Tourist Information Centre:
Taxi: ABC Taxis 01603 666333
Goldstar Taxis 01603 700700
Norwich Railway Station,
08457 484 950
Norwich Viking MCC
Mr Andrew Hay
27 Tizzick Close
Tel: 01603 734700
Mob: 07766 904655
Featuring: MX1 - MX2 - MXY2
The course at Swanley, Kent known as Canada Heights, acquired its name during the 1914-18 War when a large contingent of Canadian troops were camped there on the high ground. It has, however been in regular use for off-road motorcycle sports for many years, and by the Sidcup and District Motor-cycle Club since 1938. Over the years, the circuit has hosted many events, from Club level to International status. It drew large crowds and national television coverage with the BBC "Grandstand Trophy" events during the 1960s. Despite its popularity and regular use by riders and spectators alike, it still remained just a rough piece of land for motorcycling until 1985, when the Sidcup Club bought it with the aid of a Sports Council grant and sponsorship from companies and individuals. Once purchased, the Club members set about transforming the whole area including development of access roads and clearing for spectator viewing and parking. During recent years, the land has been dramatically improved, but never at the expense of the beautiful countryside and wildlife. The land has been properly managed, with many new trees planted as the Club continues to develop the "South's Most Spec-tacular Circuit".
Situated in Button Street, Swanley, Kent, BR8 8DX which is off the A20 be-tween Farningham and Swanley. Leave the M20 or M25 at the Swanley Inter-change (Junction 3 M25) following the brown Brands Hatch chequered flag signs. On the roundabout underneath the motorway pick up the RAC/AA/Club signs to the meeting. Take the Farningham / Brands Hatch exit from the round-about. Go straight over the roundabout by the council yard and take the first left (Button Street). The track is approximately 1 mile down the lane on the right hand side before the motorway tunnel. Camping is permitted. Drinking water is available at most meetings. A bar is only available at major meetings.
Brands Hatch Thistle (Fawkham) 01474 854900
Campanile Clipper (Dartford) 01322 278925
Forte Posthouse (Wrotham Heath) 01732 883311
The White House (South Darneth) 01322 862452
Formula 1 (Grays) 01708 891302
Holiday Inn Express (Dartford) 01322 290333
Hilltop Hotel (Stanstead, Nr Wrotham) 01732 822696
The Druids (West Kingsdown) 01474 854090
Princess Hotel (Dartford) 01322 220352
Nine Acres B&B (Ash) 01474 872253
The Rosary (Swanley) 01322 292617
The Castle Hotel (Eynesford) 01322 863162
Acacia (Swanley) 01322 554034
Five Bells Guest House (Eynesford) 01322 864878
Rashleigh Lodge (Horton Kirby) 01322 863154
Jessamine Guest House (Dartford) 01322 292617
Swanley Tourist Information Centre: 01322 614660
Taxi: Swantax 01322 612612
Late night petrol: W.J. Kings, Farningham
Hospitals: Queen Marys, Sidcup
Darent Valley, Dartford
Railway Station: Swanley Junction
Cash Machines / Supermarket / Restaurants: Swanley
Sidcup & DMCC
Mrs M Clarke
12 Sarsen Heights
Tel: 01634 201268
Featuring: MX1 MX2 MXY2
The Skelder Bank circuit has undergone many improvements since the series last visited the Yorkshire Venue. Led by John Noble and his small team, the whole of the circuit now enjoys the benefits of a full sprinkler system and some new technical overtaking parts have been incorporated. The famous rythm section at the back of the circuit will be re introduced for this event with ex GP rider, James Noble constructing a new entrance to this section which should allow plenty of overtaking opportunities.
Spectators can get very close to the action with an access tunnel direct from the main car park into the heart of the circuit overlooking the bay at Whitby.
The circuit is situated high up adjacent to the main A171 Whitby to Teeside road approx. 3 miles from Whitby. From the south there is a scenic route using part of the A64 (A1 to Scarborough link) before branching off to the left on the A169 travelling through Pickering before continuing across the North Yorks Moors down through the village of Sleights and picking up the A171 less than one mile from the circuit entrance. From the North the only approach is the A171 from Middlesborough and Teeside.
Accommodation in the area is very difficult - especially for single night stays. It may be necessary to travel to Scarborough or Teeside where hotels are in abundance. There are some B & Bs in Sleights which can be accessed from the local Tourist Board.
John Noble, Bridge Cottage, Ruiswarp, YO21 1NJ email@example.com or Paul Manton,13 Alexander Avenue, East Ayton, YO13 9EX
Featuring: MX1 MX2 & Veterans
The Fatcat circuit is a purposely built sand track with fast flowing bends and rhythm sections. The demanding deep sand circuit will certainly be a challenge to riders and teams. Following the first event in 2012, there will be much more Spectator Area in 2014.
The circuit is adjacent to junction 4 of the M18 motorway
M18 Jct 4
Travel Lodge Hotel
M18 Junction 5 Moto Service Area
Doncaster DN8 5GS
Tel 0871 9846132
Doncaster Leisure Park
South Yorkshire DN4 7PD
Tel 01302 370770
117 Thorne Road
South Yorkshire DN3 2JE
Tel 01302 882724
Robin Hood Airport
Aukley DN9 3GP
Tel 01302 718520
Doncaster Royal Infirmary - A & E
Armthorpe Road, Doncaster, South Yorkshire DN2 5LT
38 Mill Street
Doncaster DN3 3DL
Tel 01302 833697
Doncaster DN2 5PS
Sumerfield Store Ltd
Doncaster DN3 3AE
Tel 01302 841930
Tel 01302 846812
Featuring: MX1 MX2 MXY2
The circuit has been used for ACU motocross events successfully in the past. It offers excellent all round viewing in a fairly compact area and is easily reached from the A303 at the Countess Roundabout at Amesbury.
Justin Barclay is in charge of finalising the circuit which will remain more or less the same with some minor adjustments to straighten out a few kinks and made overtaking opportunities easier.
There are numerous hotels in the area, with the Amesbury Stonehenge Travelodge and Amesbury Solstice Park Holiday Inn the most convenient to the circuit. (5 Mins)
Stuart Drummond. 01788 566407 firstname.lastname@example.org
Featuring: MX1 MX2 MXY2 & Veterans
Foxhill Moto Park has been established as a major Motocross venue since 1983, 26 years ago, during which time it has played host to events at every level of the sport. With riders of all grades, from Youth, through amateur adult club levels, to Classic and full on Professional World Championship rounds for individual and team glory, each learning to cope with the unique demands of one of the Worlds’ toughest and most respected MX tracks.
Termed only recently in TMX News, as the “Field of Dreams”, with perhaps the finest accolade of all pronounced by non other than multi World Champion Stefen Everts as having an atmosphere on race days as, “Second to None”, but it is our belief that the best is yet to come. During 2008, and onward the amenity was further developed and improved, the eventual aim being to provide a country park style facility that will just happen to have the United Kingdoms finest Motocross circuit within its bounds.
Foxhill is situation 4 miles east of Swindon on the minor road between Baydon and Wanborough, just to the north of the M4 Motorway. From the M4 at junction 15 follow the A419 towards Swindon, at the first exit turn right onto the B4192 to Aldebourne. After 2 miles turn left at Liddington Cross Roads towards Baydon. After 1 mile you reach a crossroad by an Indian restaurant, turn left and the track is half a mile on the right hand.
Blunsdon House Hotel, Blunsdon 01793 721701
Days Inn, M4 Membury Services 01488 674360
De Vere Hotel, Swindon 01793 878785
Express by Holiday Inn, Swindon Centre 0870 4443758
Express by Holiday Inn, Swindon West 01793 818800
Holiday Inn, Swindon 01793 817000
Landmark Hotel, Chiseldon 01793 740149
Madison Hotel, Stratton 0870 701 4444
Marriott Hotel, Swindon 0870 400 7281
Nightingale Hotel, South Marston 01793 833700
Royston Hotel, Swindon 01793 522991
Thistle Hotel, Swindon 01793 528282
Appletree House, Stratton 01793 829218
Ardecca, Blunsdon 01793 721238
Courtleigh House, Chiseldon 01793 740246
Leftwich Manor Guest House, Swindon 01793 610560
Norton House, Chiseldon 01793 741210
Park Farm, Lydiard Tregoze 01793 853608
The Check Inn, Wroughton 01793 845584
The Lodge, Swindon 01793 526952
Swindon Tourist Information Office 01793 530328
Central Taxis 01793 535614
Network Taxis 01793 238238
Radio Taxis 01793 536666
Texaco Marlborough Road Service Station (On A4259 to Swindon) 24 Hours
Great Western Hospital (on A4259 to Swindon) A&E 24 hours
Railway Station, Swindon
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