Le Mans Bugatti circuit

Charles Deutsch, who divided his time between being chief engineer for the French Department of Bridges and Roads and being a partner in the Deusch-Bonnet racing car constructor, designed the Bugatti circuit in 1965. It incorporates the main straight from the Circuit des 24 Heures with a tight section behind the pits. In 1967, the Circuit Bugatti was the site of the only Formula 1 Grand Prix ever raced at this track, won by Sir Jack Brabham. Few circuits in the world can boast having hosted as many forms of competition, to the highest levels, such as: Formula 1, Moto GP, F 3000, F2, F3, prototypes, trucks, kart 250, bicycling, skating, dragsters…

Opened in: 1965
Location: Le Mans (Sarthe, France)
Length: 4 185 m
Rotation: clockwise
Track record: Tio Ellinas (Formule Renault 3.5) 1’20″648
Website: lemans.org