The Complex was built by members of EACC in the early 1980’s and opened in 1984. It is still owned and operated by the Club. The track was resurfaced in 2000 after a 3 year project with the help of Lottery funding as well as funds from other motorsport clubs.
The track is a testing 800m long 3.5m wide tarmack surface with generous run-off areas. One "run" is timed as 3 laps from a standing start if running clockwise, or 2.5 laps if used anti-clockwise.
There is parking for 400 cars, tarmac paddocks, a toilet block and a Cafe offering excellent value for money snacks. We have full PA facilities and for most events we have a commentator. The main car park offers an excellent view of the track from within the parked cars but spectators are welcome to wander round and have a look at the competing cars during events.
Kames hosts 6 rounds of the Guyson Scottish Sprint Championship as well as our own EACC Championships and the Lowlands Championship.