Track Day Circuits

Zolder

Zolder

Belgium - Heusden-Zolder

Circuit Zolder’s highly technical track has always created a challenge for drivers and cars, with 4 kilometres of asphalt, 10 curves of which 3 are chicanes, a daring Sacramentsheuvel and 2 long straights.

Circuit detail
  • Length: 4,010 m
  • Width: 12 m
  • Turns: 15
Spa francoschamp

Spa Francorchamps

Belgium - Francorchamps -

This legendary track, the longest in the world championship, well deserves its official status of "the most beautiful circuit in the world". This is thanks to its undulating profile, its quick turns with its famous and unique Raidillon, and also to a natural and majestic setting, in the middle of forests of fir trees.
Bottoming at Raidillon can cause tyre damage to the GT specification cars. Due to the long circuit length and geographical positioning, conditions are not always stable from one part of the circuit to the next.
Eau Rouge is considered by many to be the most demanding corner in Grand Prix racing.

Circuit detail
  • Length: 6,994 m
  • Turns: 20
  • 16/07/19
  • 17/07/19
  • 05/08/19
  • 06/08/19
  • 12/08/19
  • 13/08/19
  • 14/08/19
  • 15/08/19
  • 09/09/19
  • 10/09/19
  • 23/09/19
  • 24/09/19
  • 01-02/10/19
  • 17/10/19
  • 18-19/10/19
  • 20/10/19
  • 22-23/10/19
  • 24/10/19
  • 07/11/19
  • 08/11/19
  • 09/11/19
  • 11/11/19
  • 12/11/19
  • 13/12/19
Nurburgring

Nurburgring

Germany - Nürburg

Features of Nurburgring include various tarmac types throughout the circuit and high speed transmit loads on all tyres throughout the long circuit. Nordschleife has 33 Left Handers and 40 Right Handers. The difference in altitude around the Nordschleife in 300m.

Circuit detail
  • Length: 4,994 m
  • Width: 10- 13 m
  • Turns: 16
  • 22/07/19
  • 23/07/19
  • 26/07/19
  • 29/07/19
  • 19/08/19
  • 23/08/19
  • 26/08/19
  • 06/09/19
  • 20/09/19
  • 30/09/19
  • 01/10/19
  • 10/10/19
BILSTER BERG GESAMTSRECKE

BILSTER BERG GESAMTSRECKE

Germany - Bad-Driburg

The Bilster Berg is a relatively new track in the heart of Germany, inaugurated in July 2013. It has a total of 19 turns, 9 right-hand turns and 10 left-hand turns, steep uphill and downhill slopes and some blind corners. A lap around the track requires certain driving skills and some courage.

Circuit detail
  • Length: 4,200 m
  • Width: 12 m
  • Turns: 19
  • 21/07/19
  • 27/09/19
HOCKENHEIMRING (GP)

HOCKENHEIMRING (GP)

Germany - Bad-Driburg

Hockenheim was previously known for its high speed and massive straights, but the cut-down version of the track, which was inaugurated in 2002, is much more balanced and with modern safety standards. In addition to spacious run-off areas, the new route offers fast passages and thus guarantees exciting overtaking manoeuvres.
The circuit has very little differences in elevation, with the slow turns of the circuit requiring a lot of downforce. The hairpin turn after the long parabolica offers the best overtaking opportunity and the Motodrom (from Sachs curve to Sudkurve) is crucial for lap times: a driver who makes a mistake here will lose valuable fractions of a second and top speed on the subsequent start-finish straight. Curbs are not particularly severe, however due to the nature of the circuit, they are used a lot and can lead to tyre damage.

Circuit detail
  • Length: 4,574 m
  • Width: 15 m
  • Turns: 17
  • 21/07/19
  • 27/09/19
CIRCUIT DE DIJON-PRENOIS

CIRCUIT DE DIJON-PRENOIS

France - Prenois

This circuit has lots of long medium- and high-speed corners, resulting in high tyre wear. The first corner is off-camber and the run off areas are quite large and most of them are made of tarmac.

Circuit detail
  • Length: 3,801 m
  • Width: 10 m
  • Turns: 8
  • 21/07/19
  • 27/09/19
MAGNY-COURS

MAGNY-COURS

France - Magny-Cours

The motor racing circuit of Nevers Magny-Cours is a modern, smooth circuit with good facilities. It has hosted the Formula One French Grand Prix from 1991 and the 24-hour Bol d’Or Motorcycle Endurance since 2000. The track was redesigned in 2003 and is constantly being updated. Motorsport events have become a local tradition in Magny-Cours.

Circuit detail
  • Length: 4,455 m
  • Width: 10,40 - 18 m
  • Turns: 18
  • 21/07/19
  • 27/09/19
paul ricard

CIRCUIT PAUL RICARD

France - Le Castellet

There are frequent issues with tyre durability at Paul Ricard due to the very long back straight, followed by a high-speed corner. Performance can potentially be affected by the wind, specifically in the afternoon due to the circuit’s location.
Circuit had new asphalt at the start of 2018, and corners 2 -14-15 have been widened.

Circuit detail
  • Length: 5,861 m
  • Width: 12 m
  • Turns: 15
  • 21/07/19
  • 27/09/19
HUNGARORING

HUNGARORING CIRCUIT

Hungary - Mogyoród

Hungaroring circuit features medium to low severity corners and a smooth surface. However, tyre degradation can be high due to typically high temperatures.

Circuit detail
  • Length: 4,375 m
  • Width: 12 m
  • Turns: 16
  • 21/07/19
  • 27/09/19
PERGUSA

AUTODROMO DI PERGUSA

Italy - Pergusa

Pergusa Circuit is an Italian car and motorcycle racetrack that surrounds the shores of Lake Pergusa, in Enna. The circuit was inaugurated by the municipal administration in 1951. Over more than half a century of activity has seen important champions such as Michael Schumacher race here and the circuit has hosted Formula 1, Formula 2, Formula 3000 and, in 1989, the Superbike World Championship.

Circuit detail
  • Length: 4,950 m
  • Width: 12 - 16 m
  • Turns: 18
  • 21/07/19
  • 27/09/19
Varano

RICCARDO PALETTI CIRCUIT

Italy - Varano

The Riccardo Paletti racetrack in Varano de’ Melegari has hosted competitions and events since 1972, when the circuit was inaugurated. Since 1990, it has also become the permanent home of the Scuderia de Adamich, directed by Andrea de Adamich. Today, the circuit holds a strong historical place in both the national and international sports scene.

Circuit detail
  • Length: 2,350 m
  • Width: 10 - 12 m
  • Turns: 14
  • 21/07/19
  • 27/09/19
valledeitempli

AUTODROMO VALLE DEI TEMPLI

Italy - Racalmuto

The Autodromo Valle dei Templi at Racalmuto is the newest permanent circuit in South Italy, providing a welcome addition to the local motoring scene. The small facility in the historic 'Valley of the Temples' area has carved out a useful niche as a bustling club racing, test and track day facility, with good facilities and a family feel.

Circuit detail
  • Length: 2,530 m
  • Width: 12 m
  • Turns: 11
  • 21/07/19
  • 27/09/19
Imola

AUTODROMO INTERNAZIONALE ENZO E DINO FERRARI DI IMOLA

Italy - Imola

The Autodromo Internazionale Enzo e Dino Ferrari is universally recognised as an extremely technical track that is difficult to read, with complex turns and off-cuts. Travelling at a high pace requires a professional skill level.

Circuit detail
  • Length: 4,909 m
  • Width: 10 - 14 m
  • Turns: 21
  • 14/09/19
  • 15/09/19
Misano

MISANO WORLD CIRCUIT MARCO SIMONCELLI

Italy - Misano

There are multiple medium speed, long duration turns, which place additional stress on the rear tyres in both lateral and combined conditions. New kerbs in 2017 at T6, 9 and 16 introduced new shock loadings at both the apex and the exit.

Circuit detail
  • Length: 4,171 m
  • Width: 14 m
  • Turns: 15
  • 27/10/19
Monza

AUTODROMO NAZIONALE MONZA

Italy - Monza

From 1922 to the present day, some of the most memorable pages of motor racing and motorcycling history have been written on the Monza Eni Circuit. The Autodromo, famous throughout the world as the Temple of Speed, has been and continues to be the place where drivers, cars and competitions have contributed towards a legend that lives on for nearly 100 years.

Circuit detail
  • Length: 5,793 m
  • Width: 10 m
  • Turns: 11
  • 28/09/19
  • 06/10/19
Mugello

AUTODROMO INTERNAZIONALE DEL MUGELLO

Italy - Mugello

This is a medium-high speed circuit where all tyres seem to suffer due to the frequency of long duration high-speed corners.

Circuit detail
  • Length: 5,245 m
  • Width: 14 m
  • Turns: 15
GOODWOOD

GOODWOOD MOTOR CIRCUIT

United Kingdom - Chichester West Sussex

Nestled at the foot of the Sussex Downs, Goodwood's motor racing circuit is the only classic circuit in the world to remain entirely in its original form, after being lovingly restored. Thanks to its long and demanding sweeps and curves, the circuit provides a real challenge and joy for any driver who loves the feeling of high speed.

Circuit detail
  • Length: 3,830 m
  • Width: 10 - 12 m
  • Turns: 7
BRANDS HATCH

BRANDS HATCH (GP)

United Kingdom - Longfield Kent

The first and last corners offer the highest loading on the left-hand side.

Circuit detail
  • Length: 3,910 m
  • Width: 9 m
  • Turns: 9
silverstone

SILVERSTONE (GP)

United Kingdom - Northamptonshire

This high-speed circuit subjects the tyres to plenty of load during a lap.

Circuit detail
  • Length: 5,882 m
  • Width: 15 m
  • Turns: 18
DUBAI INTERNATIONAL

DUBAI AUTODROME (INTERNATIONAL)

United Arab Emirates - Dubai

This design allows for three of the configurations to operate simultaneously, safely and independently from each other. Despite its desert location, there is a degree of elevation change and a number of fast-sweeping corners matched against tight, technical sections. Driver feedback is generally positive.

Circuit detail
  • Length: 4,290 m
  • Turns: 11
DUBAI

DUBAI AUTODROME (GP)

United Arab Emirates - Dubai

The circuit has six different configurations – four for racing and two additional non-racing sections. This design allows for three of the configurations to operate simultaneously, safely and independently from each other. Despite its desert location, there is a degree of elevation change and a number of fast-sweeping corners matched against tight, technical sections. Driver feedback is generally positive.

Circuit detail
  • Length: 5,390 m
  • Turns: 11
yasmarina

YAS MARINA CIRCUIT

United Arab Emirates - Abu Dhabi

This circuit sees high ambient temperatures throughout the year. The biggest demand here comes from traction due to the nature of the third sector. There is some risk of locking at the end of the long straights at turns 8 and 11 and the highest lateral energy events are at turns 3 and 20. This circuit is capable of holding night races.

Circuit detail
  • Length: 5,554 m
  • Width: 12 - 16 m
  • Turns: 21
catalunya

CIRCUITO DE CATALUNYA (GP)

Spain - Montmeló Barcelona

At this circuit, tyre wear is predominantly focused on the left-hand side tyres, but the front right tyre tends to receive limited use here. The first sector often experiences the most load on tyres due to the configuration of medium- and high-speed corners.

Circuit detail
  • Length: 4,653 m
  • Width: 11 - 12 m
  • Turns: 13