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The Track

3.5 km modular asphalt track, designed and created to meet the most demanding drivers.
Its multiple configuration makes it possible to use it for cars and bikes.

Some figures

  • 18 turns: fast, slow, pins, chicanes, parabola.


  •  500 m straight line.


  • Natural width of 10 m and widened to 12 m in the curbs.


  • Large grass clearances before gravel bins and tyres for maximum safety

Good to know 

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






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

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. 

Generally speaking, a corner is approached in three stages:

  • Corner entry: From the outside, braking with the straightest wheels possible to get good braking power.

  • Middle of the turn: From the inside, heading towards the middle to reach the chord point.

  • Exit: From the outside to exit the turn while accelerating again.


Looking far



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. 

The flags

The YELLOW flag :

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.


The RED flag :

Danger to the post of next commissioner, slow down. Don’t pass.
The stop of the session can also be signalled by one or more red lights

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