Llandow Circuit
Llandow Circuit
Llandow, Cowbridge, Vale of Glamorgan
South Wales, UK CF71 7PB

Tel: 01446 796460
Email: info@llandow.com


As one of the smaller Circuits in the UK, Llandow offers a unique opportunity for Novice and Intermediate drivers to enjoy some technically challenging corners in a controlled environment.

All participants are given a full safety briefing and our Chief Marshal is available for advice and guidance throughout the day.

Max no of Cars on track at any one time – 10
Cars will be filtered onto the circuit from the start area and a chequered flag displayed from the control tower will signify the end of the 20 minute sessions.

Drifting will not be allowed unless advertised as a Drifting day

The itinerary of our car trackday is:
8.30am – Gates open
9.10am – Signing on
9.30am – Circuit Safety Briefing (will be announced over tannoy system)
10.00am – 5.00pm – Track activities
1.00pm – 2.00pm – Lunch break
3.15pm – 3.30pm – Afternoon break

Noise Limitation
In consideration to the local community, we operate a self imposed noise limit of 105db absolute maximum.
Cars are measured as per MSA Regs  i.e 0.5m at an angle of 45 Degrees.


Rules and Regulations

Circuit Rules

Before using the circuit all participants MUST:

1. Sign an Indemnity form
2. Be over 19 years old
3. Provide a full  driving licence which has been held for more than 2 years
4. Be physically fit
5. Be a competent driver
6. Wear an approved helmet, sensible shoes ( e.g Trainers in good condition ) Arms and Legs MUST covered

No participants taking part shall have consumed or taken alcohol or any drug that will impair your
ability to drive.

Participants must not race or compete against any other user.

The use of any form of timing equipment is not permitted.

Reckless or dangerous driving is expressly forbidden and anyone disobeying this rule may be
asked to leave. No refund will be made in these circumstances.

.All participants on track days at Llandow Circuit MUST attend the Safety Briefing.
This instruction will include:

1. Rules of the day
2. Flag Signals
3. Entering and exiting the circuit
4. Overtaking and being overtaken
5. Driving/riding discipline
6. Circuit layout and potentially hazardous sections
7. Paddock driving/riding
8. Breakdown/incident procedures
9. Session stopping

Flag Signals
The circuit uses the following flags:

  • Chequered Flag
    Indicating the end of the session
  • Yellow Flag
    Indicating extreme caution and no overtaking
  • Black Flag
    Indicating to return to the paddock and report to the Control Tower
  • Red Flag
    Indicating session has been stopped. Slow down, return to paddock or assemble at the Bus Stop runoff.
  • Overtaking
    Overtaking should only take place on the straights or exiting the bends. No overtaking in the bends and no cutting inside whilst approaching the bend.
  • Vehicle Condition
    Participants must ensure that their vehicle is safe and fit for the purpose that it will be used for on the circuit.
  • Paddock
    A speed limit of 5mph applies at all times in the circuit paddock and the pit lane

Noise Limitation
In consideration to the local community, we operate a self imposed noise limit of 105db absolute maximum.
Cars are measured as per MSA Regs  i.e 0.5m at an angle of 45 Degrees.

Any images and footage taken at the event including on board cameras are strictly for personal use only and not for any commercial purposes. If any imagery is of an accident you will make such imagery/footage available to Llandow Circuit free of charge and agree not to post such imagery/footage on social media sites including, but not limited to, YouTube and Facebook.

Dates & Booking


Saturday 23rd January 2016
£95 per car
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 Or call us on 01446 796460

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Refund Policy 

Llandow Circuit’s policy regarding cancellation of a booking is that it must be made at least 72 hours prior to the event date (or at the organisers discretion) and can be either:

(a)  transfer of the booking to a future date within 12 months of the original event for an admin fee of £10


(b)   refund of event fee less £10 administration fee (not including the booking fee)

There is no refund for cancellations after the event unless agreed with Llandow Circuit.

Refunds of events booked through any 3rd party booking company (other than Brown Paper Tickets) must either be organised with the booking agent themselves, or the booking can be transferred to another future event within 12 months. The event fee is not repayable by Llandow Circuit.

This does not affect your statutory rights


Q – Do I need to bring my own car?
A – Yes you do. We don’t have cars  for hire, although there are plenty of people who hire cars for trackdays (click here)

Q – How old do I need to be?
A – 19 years old

Q – Do I need a driving licence?
A – Yes you do and it needs to have been held for more than 2 years. Please bring it with you.

Q – Does my car need to be insured?
A – It is entirely up to you and at your own risk. You won’t be covered by your own road insurance, so you will need specific trackday insurance if you do!

Q – Does my car need to be road legal?
A – No. But it does have to be road worthy. Any cars dropping oil on the track will be black flagged.

Q – Can I bring my open wheeled car?
A – I’m afraid not. Only closed wheeled cars are allowed on the track at the same time. If you have an MSA licence, why not book a test day with us? Call the office on 01446 796460 for more information.

Q – Do I need to wear a helmet?
A – You do indeed and it must have a Gold British Standard sticker or a Blue over ‘Euro Standard’ label stitched inside. If you don’t have one, we can hire you one on the day for £20. 

Q – Can I take passengers?

A – Yes, but they have to be over 16 years old and 1.5m in height. We allow each car participating to have 2 passengers during the day (although only one at a time is permitted!!) and they MUST sign on a get a wrist band at the beginning of the day.

Q – Can I have an extra driver?
A – Yes you can, but booking in advance is essential. Limited it to 1 per car and they must be in the same group as the primary driver. They also MUST attend the safety briefing at the beginning of the day. To ensure everyone gets plenty of tracktime, we now only allow 10 extra drivers per day, allocated on a first come first served basis.

Q – Is there a noise limit?
A – We’re afraid so. In consideration to the local community, we operate a self imposed noise limit of 105db absolute maximum. Cars are measured as per MSA Regs  i.e 0.5m at an angle of 45 Degrees.


Trackday Feedback

“Thank you to all at the circuit for a brilliant day, great staff and great track, Pluss everyone I met in the paddock and on track were fantastic !!”

A. Lang – June 2014

“Thoroughly enjoyed my very first trackday at Llandow last Saturday. Plenty of track time, great venue, great weather, great organisation and great value”

Tim Reeves – July 2013