Two different circuit layouts at the same event provides a scintillating spectacle and fantastic historic racing.
Dix Mille Tours
The Circuit Paul Ricard may be better known as a place for testing in more recent years, but it’s now firmly back on the calendar. The location has a novel twist – it is the only one in the season to use two different layouts depending on the series: the one used for the French Formula 1 Grand Prix and the classic layout without the “North” chicanes. Without the chicanes, you can witness Group C racing prototypes top more than 300km/h along the 1.8km-long Mistral straight.