Track and facilities

The Paul Ricard Circuit is a modern track with a unique design and top of the range facilities whiwh hosts the best of motorsport.

Renovated and modernized with Formula 1 standards, the Paul Ricard Circuit hosted for ten years sessions and official races of various international championships such as F1 World Championship, World Series by Renault FR3.5 and FR2.0, GP2 Series, but also European Le Mans Series, Blancpain Endurance Series, WEC, WTCC, International GT Open...

The Paul Ricard Circuit has one of the most longest straight lines of Europe, the Mistral straight: 1.8 km. Sport Prototypes teams choose this track solution great for real tests and prepare the famous endurance race of 24 Hours.

The others categories of motorsport are also present at the Paul Ricard track for tests and races: WTCC, historic GT cars ...

The Circuit's facilities, the technological, design and architectural innovations make this place today a unique place for communicaiton, events, leasure in motorsport.

The Circuit offers 167 different track solutions (from 826 to 5,861 meters) for the objectives of everyone in developping cars and training for competition.

The main track of the Circuit Paul Ricard could be divided in 2 tracks that can be used independantly and simultaneously:
  •  The 5.8 km is the longest track for the majority of races and aerodynamic tests

  • The 3.8 km is the track for single-seaters races

 The Paul Ricard Circuit has also additional tracks:
  • The 1.8 km track is used for driving courses

  • The Dynamic Driving Centre is a wet track of 128 meters for preventive driving courses with cars and motorbike.

  • The Driving Center is a 1.6 km leasure track dedicated to motorsports for driving and road safety open to everyone.