Curtain raiser on the 4th leg: the Paul Ricard Circuit becomes a stop-off circuit!

This year, it will not be a stop-off city but a stop-off circuit that will welcome the drivers and the public, at the Paul Ricard Circuit located in Le Castellet. After the traditional exhibition of the cars at the Grand Palais Éphémère (17/04), Beaune (18/04), Clermont-Ferrand (19/04), Valence (20/04), the Paul Ricard Circuit (21/04) and Cannes (22/04).

Novelty of this 2023 edition: a stop-off circuit

Further than a stopover, the circuit will be a proper end of the leg finish and the venue for the timed session of the day, starting at 4pm and for a finish at nightfall. A great opportunity for the public to see the cars driving at night.

For this purpose, the circuit will be specially configured in “Grand Circuit” mode, 5.681 km long. The drivers will be timed over 8 full laps.

A prestigious and configurable circuit

Besides being the meeting point for prestigious national and international competitions (GT, car and motorbike endurance, truck competition, Formula 1, running and cycling…), the different layouts of the Paul Ricard circuit are exceptional: 247 track configurations are possible (from 826 m to 5.861 km).

Paul Ricard Circuit – Practical information

  • Free access to the “Grand Prix Burger” grandstand
  • Access to Parc Fermé and paddock : Upon presentation of the Le Point newsmagazine programme(15€)
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