The circuit reception is open from 08.30:12.00 a.m. to 14.00:17.30 p.m. and 03:86 p.m. to 21:80 p.m. (times excluding sporting events). You can contact us by telephone on 00 XNUMX XNUMX XNUMX XNUMX.
Specific schedules are set up according to the needs of sports competitions (see events section) or slope rentals.
The Nevers Magny-Cours Circuit, owned by the Nièvre Departmental Council since 1986, is located 12 km southeast of Nevers, in the Burgundy Franche-Comté region.
It is operated by a Joint Sports Economy Limited Company, the SAEMSCNMC with a management board whose President is Mr. Serge SAULNIER. The Orientation and Supervisory Board is chaired by Mr. Fabien BAZIN.
The circuit company ensures:
- the management and organization of sporting activities leading to the organization of motor sports events and competitions on the Nevers Magny-Cours Circuit.
- Actions to promote and market the technology park, coordination of actions carried out by local authorities and partners on the technology park.
The company's turnover is around 8 million euros.
The company employs 37 employees throughout the year, including 2 members of the management board.
On a 350 hectare site, the Nevers Magny-Cours Circuit has four tracks:
- Grand Prix created in 1989,
- Karting created in 1993,
- Club created in 2003,
- Park Off Road created in 2017.
In addition to these tracks, the circuit also offers a Business Center consisting of:
- A Conference Center with 267 seats created in 1997,
- A Press Room, which can accommodate up to 250 journalists,
- On a Presidential Lounge, with 30 seats, created in 2015,
- 13 boxes of 70 m²,
- 7 reception rooms from 110 to 210 m²,
- 5 reception spaces from 250 to 390 m²,
Since May 1, 2015, the Circuit has inaugurated the Conservatoire de la Monoplace Française with:
- 3 thematic spaces, covering an area of 1 m² dedicated to the most beautiful French brands.
- A video room, retracing the epic of Magny-Cours.
- A collection of 48 dream single-seaters from the Gordini T15 of 1948 to the Prost AP03 of 2000 including the Renault RE30B/C driven by Alain Prost.
Attendance at the Nevers Magny-Cours Circuit is estimated at 312 visitors, which places it second among the most visited sites in the Burgundy Franche-Comté region.
The Circuit has the largest capacity available in France with 139 spectators. The 112 numbered stands and general enclosure offer the public a clear view of the track.
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