Cadwell Park undergoes major alterations

Improved run off areas included in circuit's makeover

CADWELL PARK has unveiled numerous safety improvements made to the circuit during the winter months, in an attempt to make the Lincolnshire circuit for all forms of motorsport.

The improvements include:

Extended run-off areas and new Armco barriers, particularly around Chris Curve

Extended run-off area from Chris Curve through to Gooseneck.

Pit lane exit extended and re-profiled to provide a safer environment when competitors re-join the circuit

A 300 metre section of Chris Curve resurfaced ·

Armco barriers added on the inside of Coppice and from Chicane through to Mountain Bottom.

Jonathan Palmer, Chief Executive of Cadwell Park, said:

“These improvements are part of the long term developments we have been implementing over the past few years to make Cadwell Park even safer. In particular, extending the run-off at Chris Curve will benefit drivers and riders and allow for smoother-flowing race weekends with fewer red flags.”

New Era motorcycle riders will be the first to sample the circuit improvements when the organisation’s championships kick-start the season on 15/16 March.

Track developments will also benefit the major championships visiting Cadwell Park in 2008, including the Bennetts British Superbike Championship on August 23/24/25.

More information on the season ahead at Cadwell Park is available at or by calling 0870 950 9000.