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NEW CIRCUIT Hethel Lotus Race Circuit Track Day With Goldtrack Driver Club Trackdays Motorsports Events

NEW Circuit In 2022 – Hethel Motor Racing Test Track

Melindi Scott

Jun 16, 2020

4.6 / 5

NEW Circuit In 2022 – 3 x Hethel Circuit Track Days Released

The Hethel circuit, a new circuit for Goldtrack in 2022, was named after the small village in Norfolk where it is located is approximately ten miles (16 km) south of the city of Norwich.

*Update – Hethel 2022 dates are now available below.

Hethel Lotus Circuit Track Day Events With Goldtrack

Hethel Lotus FAQs

Hethel Lotus on track visitors ‘Information and Faqs’ guide.

Hethel Lotus Visitor FAQs
Published On: June 9th, 2022 / Categories: Hethel Lotus On Track Race Circuit, Motorblog / Tags: /

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