Estoril Circuit (Autódromo do Estori) is a MOTOGP race track in portugal which was also home to the Portugese Formula one from 1984 to 1996 and is still used for high profile racing. The original Circuit was built in 1972 and has since undergone many track changes, most famous of those after the death of Formula One legend Ayrton Senna at the San Marino Grand Prix where the Circuit length was increased to increase safety.
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Estoril Circuit is a tricky MOTOGP race track in Portugal with long corners and heavy braking zones and a difficult chicane.
Although unpredictable the weather is generally warm making the Circuit a popular choice for track day riders seeking a challenge. A new chicane was added in 1994 which combined with the long, constant radius corners and heavy braking zones make it one of the trickiest Circuits to ride in Europe.