This insane racetrack has a section where superbikes literally fly

Ever seen flying superbikes? Well you’ll get to see them if you ever visit Cadwell park. Cadwell Park is a motor racing circuit in Lincolnshire, England. Built in 1934 by Mr. Mansfield Wilkinson, this 3.477 km is a small circuit compared to the Moto GP ones but is known for its sharp changes in tarmac gradient. Built on a steep sided valley, the sudden dips and crests on the track has given its name as the Mini-Nürburgring. As of now the track is primarily used for British Superbike...

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