The actual layout isn't properly known. This is one suggestion, used
by Peter Swinger in his book "Circuits - Then And Now".
Another suggestion - this plan differs in that the sweeping curve was the main runway,
using oil drums to make the shape, whilst the runway was wide it was not 'that wide',
chances were that the curve was slightly different at each meeting. The semi circle just
before the startline was the old bomber dispersal area that the ECMC used as a paddock.
Also shown is the target practice mound which was used to spectate from.
Located near Diss in Norfolk, RAF Fersfield was a 2 mile long circuit
first used on the 22nd April 1951. Meetings were held through to 1952, but
at the end of the year the RAC requested changes be made which were beyond
the means of the Eastern Counties Motor Club which organised the events. The
club moved on to Snetterton instead.