Boundary buys Thruxton Motor Racing Circuit

Boundary buys Thruxton Motor Racing Circuit

Boundary Real Estate Partners (Boundary) has acquired the freehold interest the Thruxton Motor Racing Circuit in Hampshire, on behalf of one of its private investors.

Owned by a private individual since the 1950s, the site comprises over 440 acres of land including Thruxton Circuit; c.150,000 sq ft of industrial warehouses and hardstanding, a CAA licenced Aerodrome and c. 95,000 sq ft of hangars.

The British Amateur Racing Club (BARC) has been headquartered at Thruxton for over 50 years, with the circuit hosting motorsport events including British Touring Cars and Formula 3 racing. Thruxton Circuit is often referred to as the “Fastest Circuit in the UK” where drivers can reach speeds of over 190 mph (300km/h).  Complementing the racetrack, the site boasts a Skid Pan; a 4 x 4 Centre and a 1,100-metre purpose built outdoor karting facility capable of reaching speeds of 60mph. The Aerodrome is home to a range of rotary and fixed wing aircraft businesses, utilising the onsite amenities including, aircraft hangars, rescue & firefighting, fuelling and café facilities.

Charlie Walker, Founding Partner at Boundary comments: “We are thrilled to have completed this off-market acquisition on behalf of one of our private investors. Thruxton is a unique project and a fantastic opportunity to create a lasting legacy for the new owner.”

Simon Bowder of XLB comments “Having completed the business plan objectives for the vendor we are delighted to have disposed of the asset to an investor looking to build on Thruxton’s great reputation.”

Allsop LLP and Lintott & Co acted on behalf of the purchaser and Bidwells LLP advised the vendor.