Circuit Abbeville 

The TRACK

The track consists of 13 corners in just 1.5 miles, meaning the slower speeds and technical nature of the track make it easier for you to slow the car down when needed. Safety is also helped by an extremely low small circuit limit and good run off and deep gravel traps making the circuit one of the safest we visit and ideal for novices

Situated just 45 minutes from Calais with the A16 motorway on one side, Abbeville airfield on another and next door to a kart circuit.

Good to know

Safety distance.

Do not follow a car within 50 to 100 metres, as it can have unpredictable behavior, braking, tail-end etc.

 

Exceeding.

 

The classic rules of passing to the left on the road do not apply on a circuit, as you probably know. 

When driving on a circuit, it's important to keep your track even when it's on the left side of the road, cars ready double-cross you will know where to drive.

 

Look far ahead.

For example, at the beginning of the straight line, your gaze must already be at the breaking point.
Before entering a curb you must have a full overview of the curb to be taken. 

 

the brakes.

The circuit is very demanding for your brakes, keep this in mind. 
Before returning to the pits, take an extra turn to cool them down.
When starting from the stand and in the first straight line, check your braking with the left foot to be sure that they respond well. 

 

Tyre pressure.

Add at least 3 to 400 g to the recommended pressure. The car will behave better and the tires will be less disfigured at the end of the session.

THE flags 


Stop signal for a race or training. Slow down, do not exceed, return to the start zone at reduced speed. Can only be presented by order of the Race Director.

danger to the post of next commissioner, slow down. Don’t pass.