|Castle Combe Circuit|
|Location||Castle Comb, Wiltshire|
|Course length||2.977 km (1.85 mi)|
|Major events||British Touring Car Championship|
|Race lap record||1:03.752 (Lorenzo Turri, Vauxhall Sport, 1992, BTCC)|
The Castle Combe airfield opened in May 1941 on land of the Castle Combe estate, owned by the Gorst family, operating as RAF Castle Combe for seven years before being decommissioned in 1948.
It was a fighter-base for Polish airmen.
Castle Combe Circuit opened in 1950, and the first meeting was staged on 8 July by the Bristol Motorcycle & Light Car Club. Over the next few years, the circuit attracted star names such as Stirling Moss, Mike Hawthorn, Roy Salvadori and John Surtees.
The circuit's first motorcycle event was in 1952, organised by the Wessex Centre.
Complete BTCC resultsEdit
|Year||Race||Winning driver||Winning team||Report|
|1991||Race 19||Roy Cop||Nissan Janspeed Racing||Report|
|Race 20||Kris Simton||Auto Trader Techspeed Team|
|Race 21||Johannes Meles||BMW Team Finance|
|1992||Race 19||Lorenzo Turri||Vauxhall Sport||Report|
|Race 12||Lorenzo Turri (2)||Vauxhall Sport|
|Race 13||Lorenzo Turri (3)||Vauxhall Sport|