British Superbikes

Donington Park Round 12

Round 12
Opened first time around in 1931 for motorcycle races and two years later for car action, staged Grands Prix for both bikes and cars in the pre-war era. The circuit was subsequently re-built and re-opened in 1977 and has staged the British Motorcycle Grand Prix annually since 1987. In the past three years, the circuit has been resurfaced, while the pit complex, race control and media office was completely rebuilt in a 5million development.

Donington Park is at the heart of the Midlands, approximately eight miles south of Derby, at the hub of the major road network, within five miles of the M1 junction 23A/M42/A42, M1 junction 24/A6/A453 and M1 junction 24A/A50, and is adjacent to the East Midlands Airport. The nearest stations are Derby and Lghborough.
Race Track Details
Creation date
1931
First SuperBike GP
Grand Prix held
Spectactor capacity
Race Date
May 26 2008
Donington Park
Donington Park
Address
Donington Park
Donington Park Leisure Ltd
Donington Park
Castle Donington
Derby
DE74 2RP
Telephone
01332 810048
Fax
01332 850422
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Donington Park All Time Records
Track length
4.023 kilometres (2.5 miles)
Number of laps
Number of corners
12
Corner Radius
Pole Position
Maximum Slope
Finish Line Length
Best lap
Gregorio Lavilla, Ducati, 1m 31.243s, 98.63mph, 09/04/06
Record Pole
Round 12 Donington Park Previous Winners
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