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Knockhill racing


By Dunfermline.info - Wed, 30th May 2007

Scotlands National Motorsport Centre is located at Knockhill, 3 miles north of Dunfermline.
In the 1970’s the owner of the then sheep farm known as South Lethans Farm, Knockhill, Near Saline by Dunfermline, Fife was Tom Kinnaird himself a great motorcycle racing fan who enjoyed visiting various amateur race meetings all around Scotland. These were as a rule held on loaned land for one or a few events per year and typically were on ex-wartime RAF airfields or Council public parks which had service roads used as the track.

Back at Knockhill Tom sat on the hillside one sunny day and looked over his land of 200 acres and dreamed of adapting the existing resources plus extending to create Scotland’s first full time all year motor race venue.

For more visit Knockhill web site.
Knockhill racing circuit where all the action is in Fife.

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