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Caversham Circuit Map
Caversham consisted of three circuits: The "D" circuit, to the right, was the one most frequently used. The Triangle Circuit was used for the first Six Hour Races. The T circuit, at the junction of the two gravel runways to the west, was used probably only twice. In addition, there were two variations based on the D circuit. Once, a chicane was placed in the main straight; on another occasion the main straight alone was used for a "Southport" race, in which the cars U-turned at either end, making a very long narrow oval.