Pembrey Circuit is a racing circuit outside Pembrey village, south Wales. It is deemed to be the home of Welsh motorsport, providing racing for cars, motorcycles, karts and trucks. The circuit's facilities have also been used for a single venue rally.
The circuit has hosted the British Touring Car Championship twice, in 1992 and 1993 at which time the championship was the most popular motorsport series in the UK outside Formula One. Formula 3 races have also been run at Pembrey Circuit. Today the circuit does not host such high prestige events. The facilities currently at the circuit are no longer suitable for hosting such events and the circuit would need some investment in order to get back onto the BTCC and F3 calendars. Currently the circuit's owners are spending money improving their other circuits including Mallory Park and Thruxton.
However, over the winter of 2005/06 a new pit lane was constructed. Highlights on the current calendar include a round of the British Rallycross championship and two rounds of the British Truck Racing championship, organized by the BTRA. Also a Great and British Motorsport Festival is held at the Welsh track. The circuit serves as the main venue for the Welsh Sports and Saloon Car Championship and 3 single venue rallys held in February, October and in late December.
- Major events: British Rallycross
- Esperanto World Championship
- British Truck Racing
- Pickup Truck Racing
- British F3
- Length: 2.348 km (1.456 mi)
- Turns: 8
- Lap record: 0:50.079 (Brian Smith, Fortec Motorsport, 1997, British F3)