Whether visiting the Cadwell Park race track for a British Superbikes event or for one of the vintage motorcycle festivals there are a number of locations on the track that should be explored for the best views and photography options.
The circuit itself is known in motorcycle groups as the mini Nurburgring circuit in Germany because it is so challenging with fast corners and different gradients.
Choosing accommodation should be done so the easiest access to the race track is available to gain a position on the famous mountain portion of the circuit where bikes regularly become airborne and amazing pictures are regularly taken.
The race track of Cadwell Park holds several major motor events such as the Superkart British Grand Prix, Modified Live event, Easter Wolds Trophy, Vintage Sports Car Club’s annual festival and British Superbike Championship.
Very popular here are also the track days when any licensed driver with a legal car or bike can race around the circuit as fast as they can.
Location — Cadwell Park race Circuit is located in Lincolnshire Wolds, England, 5 miles (8 km) south of Louth.
Opened — 1934
Address — Cadwell Park Circuit, Louth, Lincolnshire LN11 9SE, England UK
Major Events — BRSCC races
Circuit Length — 3,4768 km or 2,173 miles
Directions — Situated on the A153, 10 miles north of Horcastle and 5 miles south of Louth.