Based on an ex-airfield, Darley Moor is a 1.5 mile track located off the A515 between Sudbury and Ashbourne.
Darley Moor was first used in March 1965, hosting five motorcycle meetings and a practice day. Bridle paths and footpaths cross the circuit, and although the organising club has the right to close them on race days, they remain open, with marshals escorting the walkers across the circuit between the races. However, the circuit fought for many years to get permanent planning consent to hold further events, including non-racing events, but this was only granted in 1996 after much legal expense.
The circuit is now primarily used for motorcycle races and track days, run by Darley Moor Motor Cycle Road Race Club (M.M.R.R.C.) The track is also used for closed circuit road cycling events.
Circuit born mainly for motorcycles and yet still used for motorcycle races or sidecar.
The curbs placed not all have the ability to get over it, this due to the problems that I had in testing, several mod cars that use very low trim and drive characteristics with fast, which involved vehicle rollover.
Given the past mistakes of translation in other platforms, I judge this circuit intended for rFactor.
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