Description of the circuit
Drive safely at Magny-Cours!
Built in 2003, the Club Circuit has a challenging layout to learn the craft of driving cars and bikes on a track. This circuit is also notable by the absence of walls and safety barriers along the length of the track, in order to avoid any risk when vehicles unintentionally go off the track. These facilities allow you to host track days in ideal driving conditions.
To perfect their driving technique, drivers, riders and novices also benefit from a fully equipped briefing room. A reception area with desk, a dining room with lounge and locker rooms complement these infrastructures for optimum conditions.
The Club Circuit welcomes racing schools for bikes and cars all year round as well as professionals for testing and manufacturer days.
- Length: 2.530 km
- Width: 10 metres
- Camber: 2.5%
- Facilities for wet-handling on part of the track
- Several track lay-out options
- 700 metre main straight
- Maximum visibility and run-off areas
- Electronic time keeping available on request
- Track facilities with heated pit garages, briefing room, changing rooms and restaurant room with bar (catering service available on request)
HIRE THE CLUB CIRCUIT
For professionals in the sector, Clubs or Teams: exclusive hire of the track for organizing track days, technical testing and commercial operations.
For individuals: the best idea is to join a club that has booked the circuit. So have a look at the list of car and bike clubs who will be coming to Magny-Cours this year.
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