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West Yorkshire Motorsport Activities

Includes Off Road Driving, Quad Biking, Motor racing, motorcycle racing, moto-cross, speedway, stock car racing, etc in West Yorkshire...

Find a range of Motorsports in the likes of Leeds, Wakefield, Bradford etc

This section covers UK motorsport activities. Here you will find car & motorcylce racing, clubs and racing venues

West Yorkshire Motorsports


Pole Position Indoor Karting (Leeds)

South Accommodation Road, Leeds,
West Yorkshire, LS10 1NQ
Tel: 0845 126 0613
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Leeds circuit facilities include Changing Rooms, Comfortable Licensed Bar with large screen entertainment, conferencing facilities and secure parking for 30+cars monitored by CCTV. Karts are daily maintained to the highest standards and records and checks are kept to ensure that faults do not occur and events run faultlessly. The fully computerised timing system ensures that all Races are run smoothly and drivers can monitor their teams or personal Race positions just by taking a look at one of our screens. A full race briefing and all safety equipment including regularly laundered quality Sparco flame retardant Race Suits, FM Helmets that meet British Standards and gloves are available in all sizes. All equipment is included in cost of racing to promote safer and confident driving on the circuit.

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F1 Indoor Karting Ltd

Unit 5, Millennia Park, Thornes Road, Wakefield, West Yorkshire, WF2 8PW
Tel: 01924 201808     E-mail:

A 400 metre fully tarmaced driver testing circuit, housed in a massive 43,000 sq. ft. complex. With Computerised Lap Timing system by ROC-Timing, a drive thru style pit lane, High ceilings and ventilation so as to cut down on fumes.

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Harewood Speed Hillclimb

The Avenue, Harewood, Leeds, West Yorkshire, LS17 9LA
Tel: 01423 339062/ 0113 288 6391 (race days only)
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The British Automobile Racing Club Yorkshire Centre runs ten hill climbs each year between April and September at the north's premier hill climb venue. The track has a full asphalt surface and is the UK's longest at 1448 meters. With a width of around 4 meters, the tight track guarantees high speed action as it twists and turns from the valley bottom to the summit, passing in between farm buildings amongst other driver challenges. Not only is there high speed action, but the location is stunning too overlooking the beautiful Wharfe Valley. Harewood hosts two weekends of the British Hillclimb Championship in May and July, when the UK's top drivers descend on the track for high speed action. In June there is a Classic and Historic hill climb with cars from days gone by being pushed to their limit (and sometimes beyond). Events include a range of competition cars from road going saloons, through sports cars to full blown single seater F1 powered race cars. Many meetings have special classes for cars such as Ferrari, Porsche, Lotus, TVR, Morgan, Aston Martin etc. Harewood Hill Climb can be found off the A659 between Harewood village and Collingham. There is ample free car parking, access to the paddock to see the cars and drivers close up and good trackside spectating. There is a children's play area (subject to weather), a commentary system, timing boards, speed trap, food and a bar. Full details of the events calendar, admission charges, history, photos, videos, along with loads of other information can be seen on the website. If you want to see competitive car racing close up, come to Harewood Speed Hillclimb.

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Bradford Kart Racing

Springmill Road, Bradford, West Yorkshire, BD5 7EE
Tel: 01274 309455     E-mail:

Organised Grand Prix allows you to put your skills to the test, starting with heats of up to ten drivers you prove your skills by progressing to the final. Depending on the format all drivers get a start from pole and can get the same miles of racing. Position after the heats can be based on points or wins and lap times, the chose is yours.

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