The Brands Hatch circuit is a British motor racing track located near West Kingsdown in the English county of Kent.
The name of the circuit derives from "de Brondehach", an archaic term which means "entrance to the forest". It was home to twelve editions of the Formula 1 British Grand Prix between 1964 and 1986 and 14 editions of the Superbike World Championship British Grand Prix between 1995 and 2008.
The car circuit measured 3 908 meters, and the lap speed record belongs to the Brazilian driver Nelson Piquet who in 1986 with Williams FW11 set the limit at 1'06 "961 (210.1 km / h).
Brands Hatch is known as one of Britain's most technical racing circuits. Built in a natural amphitheater, the track contains many slope changes and undulations and allows spectators an excellent view of almost the entire track.
We will tell the story of this circuit on the occasion of its anniversary or when it will reach a sufficient number of cars.
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1925 Aston Martin Grand Prix
- Coachbuilder: Enrico Bertelli
- Chassis n°: 1961
- Engine n°: 6
1955 MG MGA
- Coachbuilder: MG
- Chassis n°: 10708
- Engine n°: 18SGUH530
1964 Lancia Flaminia 2.8
- Coachbuilder: Pininfarina
- Chassis n°: 1581
- Engine n°: 1675
1970 March 701
- Coachbuilder: Specialised Mouldings
- Chassis n°: 7018
- Engine n°: TBD