Jurby is the only permanent circuit on the Isle of Man. It was first used for motor racing in 1994, formerly being used as an airfield since as far back as WW2 - indeed it is still retained as an emergency landing strip. The various tracks combine parts of the old runway, perimeter road, and some new tarmac giving a variety of surfaces. The new section in front of the hangar is 7m wide, with high speed curves and a technical section.
Being near the coast, wind can be a problem across the open expanses of Jurby, sometimes forcing competitors to adjust their gearing into the wind.
Racing is organised by the Andreas Racing Association, who stage 8 events, as well as using it as a paddock for two events on the adjacent Jurby South Road Circuit some 4.25 miles long. The ARA run a race school, plus pre liscence application courses. Pracicing is not possibvle but Duke Track Days usually run a session immediately prior to race meetings.