Knockhill Racing Circuit in Fife is Scotland's national Motorsport centre. The circuit is located in the Fife countryside about 10 miles north of Dunfermline.
The track, initially opened in 1974, is 1.3 miles long and was created by joining service roads to a nearby disused railway.
Since the 1980s Knockhill has been extensively developed to a point where it is able to host rounds of most of the major British car and motorcycle racing championships.
After crossing Forth Road Bridge continue on A90/M90 for approx 10 miles to junction 4 sign posted Kelty Take junction 4 exit signposted Kelty and Dollar, at T junction turn left up the hill on B914 for approx 2 miles At Y junction with white cottage in middle, take right hand fork continuing on B914 signposted Saline and continue on for approx 2 miles. Turn right onto A823 and continue on for approx 2 miles.