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Thruxton Circuit

The Thruxton Circuit is a sport venue. Thruxton Circuit is a notable attraction for visitors to the Hampshire village of Thruxton, originally built in 1940 as a World War II airfield and home to both the RAF and USAF, it was used for troop-carrying aircraft and gliders during the D-Day landings. In 1946 it was decommissioned; motorcycle racing started in 1950 followed by cars in 1952.

Interesting places in Thruxton Circuit:
Allard Corner   club chicane
Composite technology ltd   Campbell Corner
Brooklands   Woodham Hill
Segrave Corner   Cobb Corner


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Nearest places of interest:

Woodham Hill
Composite technology ltd
Brooklands
East Cholderton
  Kimpton
Biddesden House/Stud Farm
Segrave Corner
Cobb Corner

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