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For some reason it can be quite difficult to find basic information about a lot of race tracks. We've pulled together the core facts about a number of circuits, but if you can't find what you need then have a look at our archive of old track profiles or our links page.

  • Albacete
  • Assen
  • Le Mans
  • Magny Cours
  • Oschersleben
  • Suzuka
  • Vallelunga
  • Zolder


  • Original Race24 Track Profiles


    Listed below are links to the circuit profiles from the "original" 1999-2001 Race24.com site. We can't guarantee that these links will still be up to date or relevant (or even work, at the moment!) but felt they should be included for reference and interest.

    A | B | C | D | E | F | G | H | I | J | K | L | M | N | 0 | P | Q | R | S | T | U | V | W | X | Y | Z

    Many thanks are due to Andy Wegg and Bob Pickett for the original research and to Terry Rymer, Tony Rees and the late Steve Hislop for the expert opinons.


    A
    A1-Ring Austria
    Albacete Spain
    Argentina GP500 Races
    Assen NetherlandsWSB RacesGP500 Races

    B
    Brands Hatch UKWSB Races
    Brno Czech RepublicGP500 Races

    C
    Cadwell Park UK
    Castle Combe UK
    Catalunya SpainGP500 Races

    D
    Daytona Speedway USA
    Donington Park UKWSB RacesGP500 Races

    E
    Elkhart Lake USA
    Estoril PortugalGP500 RacesWorld Endurance RacesPhotos and Comments

    F

    G

    H
    Hockenheim GermanyWSB Races

    I
    Imola ItalyWSB Races
    Isle of Man TT Circuit UK

    J
    Jerez SpainGP500 Races

    K
    Knock Hill UK
    Kyalami South AfricaWSB Races

    L
    Laguna Seca USA
    Lausitzring GermanyWSB Races
    Le Mans (Bugatti) FranceGP500 RacesWorld Endurance RacesPhotos and Comments

    M
    Magny Cours FranceWorld Endurance Races
    Mallory Park UK
    Misano ItalyWSB Races
    Monza ItalyWSB Races
    Motegi (Twin Ring) JapanGP500 Races
    Mugello ItalyGP500 Races

    N
    Nurburgring Germany

    O
    Oschersleben GermanyWorld Endurance RacesPhotos and Comments
    Oulton Park UK

    P
    Paul Ricard FranceWorld Endurance RacesPhotos and Comments
    Phillip Island AustraliaWSB RacesGP500 Races

    Q

    R
    Rio de Janiero BrazilGP500 Races
    Rockingham UK

    S
    Sachsenring GermanyGP500 Races
    Sepang MalaysiaGP500 Races
    Silverstone UK
    Snetterton UK
    Spa Francorchamps BelgiumWorld Endurance RacesPhotos and Comments
    Sugo JapanWSB Races
    Suzuka JapanGP500 RacesWorld Endurance Races

    T
    Thruxton UK
    TT Circuit Isle of Man

    U

    V
    Valencia SpainWSB RacesGP500 Races

    W
    Welkom South AfricaGP500 Races

    X

    Y

    Z

    Key:
    Race24 track photos with comments from top World Endurance riders.
    World Endurance Races
    World Superbike Races
    GP500 Races

    Don't forget to look in the
    Links page as well

    Expert Opinion

    Paul Ricard (Bol d'Or)
    Circuit Paul Ricard Mistral Straight: Up onto the seat hump for the straight. At night the campfire smoke hangs along here - you can be doing 200 mph blind for seconds at a time. Slipstreaming is vital; you can feel the turbulence from a group of bikes while you're still 500 yards behind them.
    Terry Rymer

    Oschersleben
    Spa Francorchamps Turn 4 Exit: Hold the bike upright, just touching the green kerb by the grandstand. You can run along the kerb there, lining up for the silly little chicane.
    Steve Hislop

    Spa Francorchamps
    Spa Francorchamps Eau Rouge: Its a lot steeper in real life than in this picture! Fifth gear past the pits, then down two just before the apex on the left. You really have to muscle the bike from side to side through here.
    Tony Rees

    Paul Ricard (Bol d'Or)
    Circuit Paul Ricard Virage de la Ste Baume: This is one of my favourite bends - I get it sideways on the exit. Hug the inside until you can get the power on; the radius increases so you can use big power.
    Terry Rymer

    Spa Francorchamps
    Spa Francorchamps Blanchimont (entry): Sixth gear, roll off then on again for the bend. You want to take it flat out but Don't know what revs the bike is doing, I'm not looking down through this bit.
    Tony Rees

    Oschersleben
    Spa Francorchamps Turn 8 Exit: The camber at the end of the kerb can make the front tuck, so you need to be back on the throttle and then keep the power on to get the weight off the front.
    Steve Hislop


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