DIX MILLE TOURS
1 – 3 SEPTEMBER 2023
📍 Paul Ricard circuit
🏁 Track races
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In 2010, the Dix Mille Tours du Castellet was the first meeting regrouping the different historic grids by Peter Auto. Indeed, the start of the current series of events.
The Circuit Paul Ricard, dedicated to private testing for many years, pardons errors thanks to its large asphalt run-off areas that cause less bodywork damage than the more commonly used gravel traps. This event has another particularity as 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. In the second configuration the 1.8-km long Mistral straight allows the Grand Prix de France de Formule 1 and the “classics”, without the Northern chicane. In this second version, the Mistral straight runs for 1,800 metres, allowing the Group C Racing prototypes to achieve a top speed of 300 km/h!
The spectators’ car park is free like the access to the grandstand opposite the pits and the one beside the Grand Prix Hall. The paddocks entry ticket allows its possessors to get near the 300 racing cars and talk to the drivers. It also gives access to the exhibitors’ village.
List of entries
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The following grids will be present at Dix Mille Tours as part of the Series by Peter Auto. Discover the list of entries: