03 August 2020
So, we’ve been to Scotland, worked our way down to Newcastle and then Greater Manchester and now our final stop on our tour around Britain takes us to Wales and to their capital, Cardiff.
We also started with an Old Town, so we thought we’d finish in a new one. This would our Cardiff-based Newtown circuit. It’s the longest on the calendar at 5 miles but it’s worth it order to see the best of both Newtown area as well as the Atlantic Wharf area of the city too.
We begin by racing up the Central Link on the Start/Finish straight where we’d find ourselves in Newtown, with the Motorpoint Arena on our left as we begin Sector 1. The first sector takes us through Newtown, past Cardiff Castle, around the other side and back down toward to Atlantic Wharf area for Sector 2, which begins with a view of Cardiff’s Principality Stadium.
We then dive down Lloyd George Avenue past Silurian Park on our way to the Cardiff Docks area, where we pass the Millennium Centre before a few fast-paced turns bring us back to the Start/Finish of Atlantic Wharf.
So, there you have it, four new British races that we’d love to see to the future. Will they ever happen? Who knows, if a London GP is possible then anything is! Let us know what you’ve made of our new circuits and if you can think of any others that you’d love to see included.