Although it began life on the grounds of an airfield, Croft Circuit has since developed to become of the UK’s best ‘all-rounder’ permanent racing venues since the conclusion of the Second World War.
2.1 miles in length, the North Yorkshire venue has a blend of high-speed, sweeping corners – including the famous Jim Clark Esses and the first corner at Clervaux – mixed in with technical sections, not least the Complex at the conclusion of the lap.
Lap times came down after the track was resurfaced in 2019, and Croft often delivers no shortage of wheel-to-wheel action on race day.
First Raced: 2015
Qualifying Lap Record: 1:19.536 (Casper Stevenson, 2020)
Race Lap Record: 1:19.521 (Luke Browning, 2020)
Most Wins: 2 – Linus Lundqvist (2017), Dennis Hauger (2018), Zane Maloney (2019), McKenzy Cresswell (2021)