|Course length||3.793 km (2.356 mi)|
|Major events||British Touring Car Championship|
|Race lap record||1:15.067 (Mike Bell, Nissan Castrol Racing, 1993, BTCC)|
The site was originally constructed in 1942 as RAF Thruxton, a World War II airfield which was home to both the RAF and USAAF and was used for troop-carrying aircraft and gliders, including operations during the D-Day landings. Also, the paratroopers who took part in the successful Bruneval Raid (Operation Biting), in which German radar equipment was seized on the coast of France, took off from here.
The circuit, which follows the line of the airfield's perimeter road, was established in 1968. From 1950–1965, motorbike races had taken place on the runways and perimeter road.
Complete BTCC resultsEdit
|Year||Race||Winning driver||Winning team||Report|
|1991||Race 1||Mike Bell||ACE Motorsport||Report|
|Race 2||Vik Rune||Kaliber ICS Team Toyota|
|Race 3||Roy Cop||Nissan Janspeed Racing|
|Race 27||Roy Cop (2)||Nissan Janspeed Racing||Report|
|Race 28||Roy Cop (3)||Nissan Janspeed Racing|
|1992||Race 4||Lorenzo Turri||Vauxhall Sport||Report|
|Race 5||Lorenzo Turri (2)||Vauxhall Sport|
|1993||Race 24||Lorenzo Turri (3)||Team Mondeo||Report|
|Race 25||Johannes Meles||Renault Dealer Team|