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Cadwell Park is a large motor racing circuit in Lincolnshire, 5 miles south of Louth. It is sited across a steep sided valley, giving rise to dips and crests. The sharp changes in gradient on the circuit (including one section called The mountain) make a circuit that is exciting for spectators and drivers alike, especially when compared to many of the flat airfield-based circuits such as Snetterton and Thruxton. Known throughout motorsport as a "driver's circuit", Cadwell Park is not just "naturally challenging" but a difficult mix of corners and cambers that test the real level of driver ability. Best spectator spots to see how drivers can tame Cadwell include "the Mountain" and "the Gooseneck" Corners, whereas Park and Copse Corners provide excellent viewing of late braking and "red mist" overtaking.
The track is nicknamed the Mini-Nürburgring.
Cadwell Park is now owned and operated by Jonathan Palmer's Motorsport Vision company.
Map sources for Cadwell Park at grid reference TF293810