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Paul Ricard New Car Track Day Venue

Paul Ricard New Car Track Day Venue - News

We have included Circuit Paul Ricard in France to our list of European Car Track Day destinations. The Paul Ricard Circuit which is now owned by Formula One tycoon Bernie Ecclestone is the latest European Circuit to be featured on the trackdays.co.uk calendar, strengthening our position as having the largest number of venues and dates.

We have included Circuit Paul Ricard in France to our list of European Car Track Day destinations. The Paul Ricard Circuit which is now owned by Formula One tycoon Bernie Ecclestone is the latest European Circuit to be featured on the trackdays.co.uk calendar, strengthening our position of having the largest amount of venues and dates.The Paul Ricard Circuit is located near Marseille in Southern France and boasts a multi-configure 5.8km Circuit as is known for its distinctive black and blue runoff areas known as the ‘Blue Zone’.Mark Rusted, Events Manager for Trackdays said "we’ve been after this circuit for a while as the modern facilites and good all year round weather make it a very desirable European location for Car track days".

29 October 2012
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