About Lotus on Track
Lotus on Track is a club run by Lotus owners. We aim to provide safe, reasonably priced and sociable track days for Lotus enthusiasts. With experience of running over 1200 events, including 850+ track days for fellow enthusiasts we believe ‘LoT’ is the best track day club, and one of the best track day organisers in Europe.
Our 4500 members have attended an average of 60 track days a year since the club was formed over seventeen years ago. LoT is the largest track day club in the World and has run track days at more different circuits than any other organisation. Don’t have a Lotus or Caterham? Then please read our FAQ as we welcome other similar 2 seater sports cars.
Lotus on Track Racing Drivers Club – LoTRDC
Our motorsport club was formed in 2006 to provide a safe and professional environment in which Lotus owners could take part in motorsport. Over the last 15+ years LoTRDC has run a number of race and sprint championships. It currently organises the FIA approved Lotus Cup Europe on behalf of Group Lotus & the entry level sprinting championship: Lotus Cup UK Speed Championship. It also helps and advises many of the other Lotus championships around the World. LoTRDC is registered with Motorsport UK. For more information: https://www.lotrdc.com
Lotus on Track have run track days at:
UK – Anglesey, Bedford Autodrome, Blyton Park, Brands Hatch Grand Prix & Indy, Bruntingthorpe, Cadwell Park, Castle Combe, Croft, Donington Park, Goodwood, Hethel – Lotus test track, Knockhill, Lydden Hill, Mallory Park, North Weald, Oulton Park, Pembrey, Rockingham, Silverstone GP & Stowe, Snetterton 200 & 300
France – Abbeville, Ales, Anneau du Rhin, Chambley, Charade, Chenevières, Clastres, Croix-en-Ternois, Dijon Prenois, Ecuyers, Fay de Bretagne, Ferte Gaucher, Folembray, Grand Sambuc, Haute Saintonge, L’Eure, Le Luc, Le Mans Bugatti & Maison Blanche, Ledenon, Lurcy Levis, Magny Cours GP, Mas du Close, Mornay, Nogaro, Pau Arnos, Paul Ricard, Val de Vienne
Others – Bilster Berg (Germany), Manfeild Autocourse (New Zealand), Nurburgring (Germany), Pukekohe Park Raceway (New Zealand), Spa Francorchamps (Belgium), Taupo Motorsport Park (New Zealand), Zandvoort (Holland), Zolder (Belgium)