Brough is not one of the best known race tracks, in fact it's not even well known amongst motor sports fans. It did however hold race meetings for around a decade in the immediate post war period, holding its final race in 1957. Perhaps its main claim to fame was that it was where Stirling Moss won his first F3 race in 1948.
The aerodrome itself was privately owned by Blackburn & General Aircraft Limited, and like it's fellow East Yorkshire site of Carnaby, the configuration was that of a single runway.
Like many airfield tracks of the time, several different layouts were used, using both the runway and perimeter roads. Two of those layouts are represented here.