British Superbikes

Cadwell Park Round 11

Round 11
Nestling in undulating Lincolnshire countryside this is a picturesque circuit that always attracts the biggest crown of the BSB year. It is a tight, narrow and twisting, circuit to ride with little room for error. It has real character, with the bikes momentarily airborne as they crest the 'mountain' section, but although investments have been made on safety features facilities generally are basic. The track, though, continues to provide one of the major challenges for the competitors in the fight for the British crown.

Cadwell Park is situated on the A153, ten miles north of Horncastle, five miles south of Louth. From the south, take the A153 from the A1. From the north or west, take the M180 to Brigg and then the A1084 towards Caistor and Horncastle. The nearest railway station is at Market Rasen.
Race Track Details
Creation date
1934
First SuperBike GP
Grand Prix held
Spectactor capacity
Race Date
August 25 2008
Cadwell Park
Cadwell Park
Address
Cadwell Park
Cadwell Park MSV LTD
Old Manor House
Cadwell Park
Louth
Lancashire
LN11 9SE
Telephone
01507 343248
Fax
01507 343519
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Cadwell Park All Time Records
Track length
3.477 kilometres (2.173 miles)
Number of laps
Number of corners
10
Corner Radius
Pole Position
Maximum Slope
Finish Line Length
Best lap
Leon Haslam, Ducati, 1m 27.704s, 89.48mph, 28/08/06
Record Pole
Round 11 Cadwell Park Previous Winners
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