Cadwell Park has the honour of being nicknamed the 'mini Nürburgring' due to its twisty and undulating nature. The circuit, which was created in 1934, navigates through the natural woodland of the Lincolnshire countryside which provides an irresistible challenge to drivers and riders. The circuit was extended to a 1.3 mile circuit in 1953 and shortly afterwards the 500cc motorcycle-engined F3 class was invited to race here in the circuit's first car racing event. Reg Spreckley became the track's first car race winner in his Cooper in front of some 30,000 spectators! The circuit was again extended in 1962 in to its current 2.25-mile layout with its three configurations, those being the Woodlands circuit, the Club circuit, and the Full circuit. The circuit has maintained its status as a fans favourite especially in the motorbike fraternity who flock in their thousands to watch the British Superbike race weekend. One of the favourite spectating areas of the circuit is at the Mountain section where riders frequently go airborne to provide a unique spectacle. The circuit's ever growing reputation has led to an increase in the number of car events being held here especially in the historic car world. Some of the series include Historic and Classic Sports Car Club's Wolds Trophy and the Vintage Sports Car Festival. While the circuit is known as one of the best motorcycle arenas it will be looking to exploit its unique properties as it aims to grow in the car racing world.