Scotlands National Racing Circuit is KnockHill near Dunfermline in Fife. Originally founded in 1974, it went through many changes and ownerships between 1974 and 1983. The circuit has since developed into a venue for most of the major events in the motor racing calendar.
It has become much more than the National Motor Racing Circuit, it is a centre for all things pertaining to motor sport and it also hosts many businesses connected with the sport. The individual can experience everything from karting to saloon and formula racing cars as well as spectating at major events.
Open: Mon-Fri (9-6pm) Sat-Sun (9-5pm)
To get to Knockhill Circuit follow the instructions below
From Edinburgh or the South
If traveling from Edinburgh or the South
After crossing Forth Road Bridge continue on A90/M90 for approx 10 miles to junction 4 sign posted Kelty Take junction 4 exit signposted Kelty and Dollar, at T junction turn left up the hill on B914 for approx 2 miles At Y junction with white cottage in middle, take right hand fork continuing on B914 signposted Saline and continue on for approx 2 miles. Turn right onto A823 and continue on for approx 2 miles.
You have arrived at Knockhill.