Donington Park 9 April 2022

Donington Park is the oldest motorsport circuit in the UK still in operation. Originally part of the Donington Hall estate, it was first used for motorsport on Whit Monday in 1931 on the narrow lanes that formed the access roads of the hall. The track was widened in 1933, made permanent and became a venue for Grand Prix car racing, with the final pre-war races featuring the legendary Auto Union Silver Arrows driven by Bernd Rosemeyer and Tazio Nuvolari.

The circuit was closed at the outbreak of World War II, and was requisitioned by the Ministry of Defence to be used as a military vehicle depot. The land was purchased by businessman Tom Wheatcroft in 1971 who rebuilt the circuit and established the famous Grand Prix Collection at the site.

Racing returned in 1977 and the circuit quickly became one of Europe's premier venues. With the addition of the Melbourne Loop section in 1985 came Grand Prix motorcycle racing with the first World Championship Grand Prix event in 1987. Eventually becoming known as MotoGP, Donington was the host venue for 23 years, and was also the location for the debut round of World Superbikes in 1988, an event still held at the circuit today. One of the most famous events at the restored circuit was the 1993 European Formula One Grand Prix, which was dominated by Ayrton Senna and featured the legendary opening lap, still described by many as the best in F1's history.

MSV acquired Donington Park circuit in 2017.

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Event Information & Entry List

Entry list:

Production 1


Kim Adams – Lotus Elise S1 111S # £ Jonny Booth – Lotus Elise 220 Cup # £ v
Alan Day – Lotus Elise S1 # £ Dave Fisher – Lotus Elise S2 # £
Duncan Fraser – Lotus Elise S2 # £ Richard Hardwicke – Lotus 340R # £
Tim Hardwicke – Lotus Elise S1 111S # £ Harry Orridge – Lotus Elise S1 # £ v
Rob Holt – Lotus Elise 111R # £ William Orridge – Lotus Elise S1 # £ v
Andy Pidgeon – Lotus Elise S2 # £ v
Philip Stratton-Lake – Lotus Elise S2 # £ v
Matthew Watson – Lotus Elise S2 # £ v
Jason Weatherall – Lotus Elise S2 # £ v

Production 2

Future rounds
Steven Vischer – Lotus Elise S # £ Colin Cooley – Lotus Elise 220 Cup # (from Goodwood)
Glyn Davies – Lotus Elise S3 # (from Goodwood)
Nick Emery – Lotus Elise S1 (from Cadwell)
Karen Harvey – Lotus Elise S2 (from Cadwell)
Philip Hobden – Lotus Exige 380 Sport # (from Goodwood)
Jonathan Hydon – TBC
Steve Porter – Lotus Elise S2
Adam Ruck – Lotus Elise S2 (from Cadwell)
# – Registration form
£ – Entry fee