An introduction to Croft Circuit
Croft Circuit is a 2-mile long racing circuit situated just outside the village of Dalton on Tees, Yorkshire. Originally an airfield, it was an essential base of operations for British and Canadian aircrews during World War II. Since the nineties, it’s hosted races for the British Touring Car Championship, Renault Clio Cup, and the Porsche Carrera Cup. To this day, it offers exciting track days to the public.
Welcome to Middlesbrough
Situated on the banks of the river Tees, Middlesbrough is a large town Near the eastern coast of Yorkshire. Formerly an industrial powerhouse, the town now has a potent and distinctive culture, providing a pleasant surprise for many first-time visitors. With a major regional art gallery, a wide range of independent shops and restaurants, and a convenient distance to the North York Moors, Middlesbrough is certainly worth a stop for anyone passing through the area.
Make time for the MIMA
The Middlesbrough Institute of Modern Art, often called “MIMA”, is one of Yorkshire’s principal contemporary art institutions, standing in the centre of Middlesbrough town. Its fascinating, yet accessible collection contains work from LS Lowry, Paula Rego, Ben Nicholson, and many other big names from the UK’s modern art scene.
Looking for a cheap hotel Near Croft Circuit? Travelodge Scotch Corner Hotel is a 20-minute drive away, as is Travelodge Darlington Hotel.