Ingliston Circuit

Scotland

Ingliston Circuit

Founded in 1965, Ingliston Circuit was a 1.03 mile motor racing circuit built at the Royal Highland Showground in Ingliston, on the outskirts of Edinburgh. Throughout the 60s, 70s, 80s and 90s the circuit hosted many races. Notable drivers who raced here are Jim Clark, Jackie Stewart, Stirling Moss, and David Coulthard. It officially closed as a race track in 1995, but a portion of the track is used for our supercar driving events.

Track In-Depth

Founded 1965
No. of Corners 6

Directions

Ingliston Circuit is located on the outskirts of Edinburgh and is easily accessible via public transport. There is free on-site parking available.

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Availability

Ingliston Circuit events run on selected Saturdays and Sundays throughout the year.

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Getting There

100 Airlink Express Airport Bus

Alight opposite Hilton Hotel on the Airport approach (Eastfield Road) and walk along Fairview Road (approx 15 minutes). Follow signage from here.

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35 Local Bus

Alight opposite Hilton Hotel on the Airport approach (Eastfield Road) and walk along Fairview Road (approx 15 minutes). Follow signage from here.

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CityLink Air (from the west)

CityLink Air buses terminate at Edinburgh Airport. Alight opposite Hilton Hotel on the Airport approach road and walk along Fairview Road (approx 15 minutes). Follow signage from here.

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Edinburgh Tram

Take the Edinburgh tram to Ingliston Park and Ride (further but cheaper) or Airport (closer and more expensive). Walk towards the roundabout at Eastfield Road and Fairview Road. Walk along Fairview Road. Follow signage from here.

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