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The Great Tew Estate track is a purpose built racing circuit for track days and driving experiences. This technical circuit offers great driving and really lets you push both your cars and your skills. Located in the heart of Oxfordshire and in the grounds of the old RAF airfield still used today by the Enstone Flying club this facility offer an excellent driving experience. The track consists of
The circuit has a number of formations, founded on a basic one-mile oval, with the majority of configurations including the northerly extension to the tight, 180° Shaw’s Hairpin. At the other end of the circuit lies the long right-hand Gerard’s Bend. Gerard’s is about a third of a mile long and turns through nearly 200°. It was named after local racing hero Bob Gerard, who opened the newly reconstructed circuit on 25 April 1956. Unusually, there are a number of large lakes occupying approximately half of the circuit infield.