Chemin ND de la Ronde
02 37 62 50 00
Located 45 minutes from Paris 2 kms of Dreux, the western circuit Parisien, formerly "Bois Guyon" was created in 1954 by the manufacturer Kleber Colombes, fully resurfaced and lengthened to 600 meters in 2006, the asphalt track is 2100 meters with an average width of 8 to 15 meters.
It is secured with large clearances and includes multiple configurations of bends (curves large pin ...) and a flexible planar area.
His new "Central receptive" of 300 m2 situated along the track reveals a full view of the runway and provides significant comfort to guests.
A Kart track and a circuit rallycross (Mixed asphalt / earth) and a TT space are part of the complex of 45 hectares.
95 dB, contrôle permanent par un sonomètre sur le circuit.
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