Lydden Hill Picture Galleries

Lydden Hill Picture Galleries. Here you will find galleries of every event that I cover.

Lydden Hill picture galleries of Car Track Days, Drift Days and Bike Track Days. Also coverage of Bike Race meetings, The British Rallycross Championship, The British Drift Championship.

All the images from each event will normally be available here two or three days after the event. Usually much quicker. Quite often on the same day as the event.

All of these images are available to buy. Prices start at £6 + P&P for a 5″ x 7″ print. You can also buy a DVD £25 + P&P of all the images from the day all you need to do is select just one image of your car and make the selection, I’ll make sure all the images of you in the gallery are included. Simply find the images you want then add them to the shopping cart and pay for them and in about a week you’ll have the prints delivered to you. You can order by phone if you prefer on 01304 828 173 or contact me. Other sizes, finishes are available please contact me to find out more and for costs.

Lydden Hill Picture Galleries 2014

Lydden Hill Race Circuit

Drift Day 15th February 2014

Bike Track Day 15th March 2014 - Lydden Hill Race Circuit

Bike Track Day 15th March 2014

Drift Day 22nd March 2014

Drift Day 22nd March 2014

Lydden Hill, Car Track Day 5th April 2014

Car Track Day 5th April 2014

 

You will also find the largest collection of Lydden Hill picture galleries from recent years here as well.

Here’s some more information about Lydden Hill. Theres loads more on their website. Known as the friendly track, Lydden Hill International Racing Circuit was founded in 1955 by the late Bill Chesson and the Astra club. Lydden Hill Race Circuit (formerly known as Lydden Circuit) is the UK’s shortest road racing circuit (many shorter oval tracks exist) at exactly one mile (1609 m).

The venue is superbly situated in an Area of Natural Outstanding Beauty and set with its own amphisphere, located in the beautiful village of Wootton about half-way between Canterbury and Dover in Kent.

It is mainly used for FIA, MSA and ACU events as well as trackdays, including rallycross, saloon and sports car racing and vintage motorcycle racing. It may be only a mile long, but Lydden is a testing circuit, with many undulation changes.