Oulton Park Circuit is a motor racing track in the small village of Little Budworth, Cheshire, England.
The track is characterised by its rapidly changing gradients and blind crests. The full track is 2.8 miles long, with a selection of shorter circuits also possible. it is considered one of the most challenging circuits ever constructed.
The track’s combination of stunning scenery and spectacular racing make it one of the most popular circuits in the UK.
Crowds of up to 35,000 regularly flock to 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, as well as a number of other car and bike club meetings through the year.
Oulton Road is around 15 miles from Chester and 25 miles from Manchester.
As with most racing tracks, it is not particularly well served by public transport and the best way to travel is by car. The track is accessible from the M6 motorway. Those with sat nav systems need to use the postcode CW6 9BW.
Regular train services to Crewe and Chester operate on the mainline from London Euston.
The nearest airport is Manchester Airport, which is around 26 miles from Budworth.