Tracks and Facilities

Millbrook has outstanding test tracks in two wonderful locations in the UK and Finland.

Millbrook Proving Ground in the UK contains an unrivalled combination of tracks suitable for virtually every vehicle test. Millbrook's proving grounds in Finland are home to superb indoor and outdoor winter test tracks.

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Aerial of Millbrook Proving Ground test track in the UK

Track Testing - UK

The test tracks at Millbrook Proving Ground are some of the finest available commercially anywhere in the world.

Custom-built to simulate the world’s toughest terrains, they provide an invaluable test and development resource at a single, secure and well-supported site.

Millbrook is one of Europe’s leading locations for the development and demonstration of every type of tyre and land vehicle. Some of the tracks available for hire in the UK include the Mile Straight, High Speed Circuit and the famous Hill Route (also known as the alpine test track).

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Test World, Ivalo, Finland, - view of winter test tracks and proving ground from the air

Track Testing – Finland

Millbrook’s winter test facility, Test World, is based in Northern Finland and specialises in vehicle and tyre testing in winter conditions.

It has extensive snow and ice tracks and the world’s first indoor winter test facilities, making testing on natural snow, ice, and wet and dry asphalt available twelve months of the year.

Test World prepares the snow and ice tracks to give consistent, repeatable test results that are highly valued by tyre and passenger car test teams alike. Each track is carefully built to simulate real-life driving situations, to accurately test and develop certain elements of any vehicle type.

Mellatracks and Airport Proving GroundsIndoor cold-weather test tracks

Track Testing - France

The tracks in France are based across two sites, Linas-Montlhéry and Mortefontaine. The tracks include comfort, high-speed, urban, special surfaces and off-road.

Tracks in France