Paul Armagnac Nogaro Circuit

Upcoming Track Days - Paul Armagnac Nogaro Circuit

  Date Circuit / Layout Event Type Cost
May 2020
+ Saturday
09 May 2020
Paul Armagnac Nogaro Circuit
Track Day A track day is an event that allows you to take your CAR or BIKE (with a valid MOT) on any listed circuit with your valid road license. Briefing must be attended before taking to the track. Some days are sessioned based on time of day, the car/bikes power or the driver/rider experience, an open pit lane means the circuit is open at all time to all attendees until the track limit is reached. Overtaking is usually by consent of the leading car/bike. No timing or GPS is allowed on track days. Passengers are allowed.
 
 
 
 
£119
Book
  • Duration Full day
  • Country France
  • Skill level All
  • Requirements
Paul Armagnac Nogaro Circuit History The story begins October 3, 1960... For the first time the checkered flag falls at Nogaro. Driving his Rainerie Formula Junior, Basini just finished the last lap as the winner of the new Circuit Paul Armagnac (1752m). For him, this victory marked the end of a race, but for Nogaro, the beginning of the story. Years after years, the circuit structure: In 1973, the racetrack is extended to 3120m. Nogaro takes the importance; new talents are emerging. Among them: Arnoux, Berger, Read more

+ Sunday
10 May 2020
Paul Armagnac Nogaro Circuit
Track Day A track day is an event that allows you to take your CAR or BIKE (with a valid MOT) on any listed circuit with your valid road license. Briefing must be attended before taking to the track. Some days are sessioned based on time of day, the car/bikes power or the driver/rider experience, an open pit lane means the circuit is open at all time to all attendees until the track limit is reached. Overtaking is usually by consent of the leading car/bike. No timing or GPS is allowed on track days. Passengers are allowed.
 
 
 
 
£119
Book
  • Duration Full day
  • Country France
  • Skill level All
  • Requirements
Paul Armagnac Nogaro Circuit History The story begins October 3, 1960... For the first time the checkered flag falls at Nogaro. Driving his Rainerie Formula Junior, Basini just finished the last lap as the winner of the new Circuit Paul Armagnac (1752m). For him, this victory marked the end of a race, but for Nogaro, the beginning of the story. Years after years, the circuit structure: In 1973, the racetrack is extended to 3120m. Nogaro takes the importance; new talents are emerging. Among them: Arnoux, Berger, Read more

Paul Armagnac Nogaro Circuit - Track Guide

History

The story begins October 3, 1960…

For the first time the checkered flag falls at Nogaro. Driving his Rainerie Formula Junior, Basini just finished the last lap as the winner of the new Circuit Paul Armagnac (1752m). For him, this victory marked the end of a race, but for Nogaro, the beginning of the story.

Years after years, the circuit structure:

In 1973, the racetrack is extended to 3120m. Nogaro takes the importance; new talents are emerging. Among them: Arnoux, Berger, Patrese.

In 1974, an unknown driver, Alain Prost won the Easter Cup on Formula Renault Europe.

The following year, Nogaro hosts its first French MotoGP Grand Prix, a World Championship event.

Motorsports evolve. Paul Armagnac circuit continues to develop. Widened to 12 metres in 1987, the track was extended to 3636m in 1989. It is a very technical track with viewing areas at all the interesting points.

 

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