The circuit started life as a pony trotting circuit in the late 1940s, which defined the outline of the oval track still in use today. After the financial collapse of the equestrian club responsible for the circuit, the track was hired by various motorcycle clubs for grass track motorcycle and motorcycle sidecar racing. The circuit was converted to a metalled, road racing venue following the purchase of the site by Clive Wormleighton in 1955.
Throughout the Sixties and Seventies, the circuit hosted almost every major British car and bike championship. Famously, the Bay City Rollers played a concert during a BBC-organised 'Fun Day' on May 18th, 1975, on a stage specifically constructed in the middle of the lake.
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Mallory Park is situated in the village of Kirkby Mallory, just off the A47, between Leicester and Hinckley. There is easy access by road and all major cities are in reach.
Look for the brown tourism road signs, including those which bring you direct from junction 21 of the M1.