Rockingham Motor Speedway is Europe's fastest banked oval racing circuit, with the lap record for the 1.47 miles (2.37 km) oval set at 24.719 seconds by Tony Kanaan in his Lola-Ford Champ Car on 22 September 2001 – an average speed of 215.397 miles per hour (346.648 km/h). Rockingham is the first purpose-built banked oval in the UK since 1907. It has an all-seating capacity of 52,000 and has both an oval, and a road circuit.
Scope: Circuit Design - Event Management - Event Consulting
FIA Grade: 2
Length Oval: 2.37 km / 1.47 Miles
Length Road: 3.22 km / 2.05 Miles