Ingliston Circuit was at the Royal Highland Showground and first used for motor racing in 1965. The track used part of the perimeter road and some other internal roads within the showground along with a specially built section known as the Esses. The names given to the other corners - Farmers, Bankers, Foresters, Gardeners, Shepherds, Brewers, Vets and Merchants - were derived from the various buildings and display areas around the showground for the annual Royal Highland Show held in June.
By 1992 it had become financially unviable to run race meetings at Ingliston, so after 27 seasons and around 150 race meetings, Ingliston disappeared from the Scottish motor sport scene. Although racing no longer takes place at Ingliston, the showground itself continues to host the Royal Highland Show every June and is used for other exhibition-type events throughout the year. The majority of the track itself still exists, with the exception of the start/finish area.