Lydden Hill Race Circuit

Lydden Hill Race Circuit is the UK's shortest road racing circuit. The track, previously owned by the McLaren Group, has undergone massive changes to make it the hub of Kentish motorsport. Long sweeping corners and fast straights make it a perfect proving ground for a supercar driving experience day

Venue Information


01509 892260



Lydden Hill Race Circuit
Dumbrill Hill

Driving Experiences available at Lydden Hill Race Circuit


Test your nerve and balance on the world’s most popular form of two-wheeled transport. Bring your friends for a Segway adventure at this venue.

LyddenHill from above

Additional Information

On February 4, 1967, the sport of Rallycross was born at Lydden, thought up by TV producer Robert Reed (for ITV) and race organiser Bud Smith (750 Motor Club – Tunbridge Wells Centre) in cooperation with Chesson. Combining tarmac and non-tarmac elements, the inaugural race was won by Vic Elford in a Porsche 911. 

Since 1973, Lydden Circuit has seen rounds of Embassy/ERA European Rallycross Championships and FIA European Championships for Rallycross Drivers, the first 23 (till 1996) all organised by the Thames Estuary Automobile Club (TEAC). To this day, Lydden, as the so-called “Home of Rallycross”, still holds British Rallycross Championship racing, especially with its popular Easter Monday meeting.

This wide a sweeping circuit is the perfect place for a supercar driving experience, with plenty of flowing corners to test your grip and long straights to test your nerve!

Alternatively, if you fancy something a little less high-octane but just as much fun, we also do Segway experience days here for your and your friends!