Longest track in Red Bull GRC history at Bushy Park
When the stars of the Red Bull Global Rallycross Championship make the almost 12,000-kilometre round trip to Barbados for the double-header penultimate round of their 2015 campaign (October 3/4), the brand new Bushy Park layout will be the longest and fastest in Red Bull GRC history, at 1.1208 miles.

With the addition of two new passing zones and a ‘camelback’ jump – cars will fly over two jumps in quick succession – the new course should only serve to improve upon the venue that produced some of the best racing in last year’s Red Bull GRC season.

Drivers will once again launch from the drag racing start pad onto the Clubhouse Straight, where they will reach speeds in excess of 130mph before approaching the Kink, Digicel Hammer and Shak-Shak. After turn four – Ready Mix Paddock – the south section of the course will run in front of the Automotive Art Pits Complex, with drivers then looking to make passes in turns six and seven, running through the southern kart link.

The loose surface section begins in turn eight – the Courtesy Dipper – where drivers will once again encounter coquina, or crushed coral. The right-hand turn nine will lead them into the unique camelback jump, where drivers will fly over loose and paved jumps back-to-back, before ducking into turn 10. Through turns 11 and 12 – the Se-sash Hairpin and Cockspur Cyclone – drivers will rejoin the regular Bushy Park lap, to make their way back to the finish line.

On the Kobalt Tools Joker Lap, drivers will bypass turns nine and 10 for an alternate, paved, layout through the Banks Esses, rejoining the course in turn 11. The Kobalt Tools Joker Lap will be closed for the first lap of every heat, semi-final, last chance qualifier and main event.