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Mallory Park

Mallory Park is a club circuit built in 1956 around a lake on the site of a former grass track.

Mallory Park is a club circuit built in 1956 around a lake on the site of a former grass track. It suffered from the proximity of Donington Park, and its future was threatened during the 1980s. The major car race to have been held here was the 1962 2000 Guineas, a non-championship Formula 1 event that attracted the likes of Jim Clark, Graham Hill, Jack Brabham, and eventual winner John Surtees. The European Formula 2 Championship opened at Mallory in 1972 and 1973 but the circuit is too short to hold international events in the modern era.

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Type

Permanent road course

Length

1.35 (Miles)

Change

Updated with optional chicanes for cars and motorcycles

Fastest Race Lap

Johan Rajamaki (Footwork FA13-Judd), 38.23s, 127.126 mph, Historic F1, 1997

Type

Permanent road course

Length

1.35 (Miles)

Change

Optional chicane before last corner and new pitlane

Fastest Race Lap

Johan Rajamaki (Footwork FA13-Judd), 38.23s, 127.126 mph, Historic F1, 1997

Type

Permanent road course

Length

1.35 (Miles)

Change

Original circuit

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