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Circuit International Automobile Moulay El Hassan

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Circuit International Automobile Moulay El Hassan
Marrakech Circuit 2016.svg

Current semi-permanent circuit (2016, 2018–2020, 2022)
Circuito Urbano de Marrakech.svg

Original street circuit (2009–2015)
LocationMarrakech, Morocco
Time zoneGMT
Coordinates31°35′11″N 7°59′10″W / 31.58639°N 7.98611°W / 31.58639; -7.98611
Capacity10,000
FIA Grade2
Opened1 May 2009; 13 years ago (2009-05-01)
ArchitectD3 Motorsport Development
Major eventsCurrent:
Formula E
Marrakesh ePrix (2016, 2018–2020, 2022)
Championnat du Maroc
Former:
FIA WTCR Race of Morocco
(2009–2010, 2012–2019)
Auto GP (2012–2014)
FIA Formula Two (2010)
Grand Prix Circuit (2016–present)
SurfaceAsphalt
Length2.971 km (1.846 miles)
Turns14
Race lap record1:20.296 (Brazil Lucas di Grassi, Audi e-tron FE05, 2019, Formula E)
Original Circuit (2009–2015)
SurfaceAsphalt
Length4.545 km (2.824 miles)
Turns15
Race lap record1:28.450 (India Narain Karthikeyan, Lola B05/52, 2013, Auto GP)
Websitewww.marrakechgrandprix.com

The Circuit International Automobile Moulay El Hassan (also known as Marrakech Street Circuit and Marrakech Racetrack) is a 2.971 km (1.846 mi) temporary street circuit in Agdal district, Marrakech, Morocco.[1] The circuit is operated by MGP.[2] It has a capacity of 10,000 spectators.

History

MGP’s partner in Morocco, D3 Motorsport Development, was given the responsibility of the design of the street circuit. It is the same architect company that designed the Surfers Paradise Street Circuit in Australia.[3] Groupe Menara oversaw the construction on the Route de l'Ourika/Boulevard Mohammed based track.[2] The paddock had been paved alongside the walls of the Royal Garden and more than 2,500 concrete impact blocks and many debris fence panels had been put in place to bound the track.[1]

The third round of the 2009 WTCC season was held there on 3 May 2009, becoming the first international car race in Morocco since the 1958 Moroccan Grand Prix at the Ain-Diab Circuit in Casablanca and the first event for the WTCC in Africa.[4]

The original circuit had a very simple layout. It was a 4.545 km (2.824 mi) flat oval circuit with a hairpin at one end and chicanes punctuating the straights, running in an anticlockwise direction.[5] In December 2015 it was announced the circuit would undergo a major overhaul to make it more challenging. Only half of the original circuit was utilized when the new layout came into effect for the 2016 FIA WTCC Race of Morocco.[6]

Lap Records

The lap records at the Circuit International Automobile Moulay El Hassan are listed as:

Category Time Driver Vehicle Date Circuit Map
Current Layout: 2.971 km (2016–present)
Formula E 1:20.296 Lucas di Grassi Audi e-tron FE05 2019 Marrakesh ePrix
Marrakech Circuit 2016.svg
WTCC 1:23.087[7] Hugo Valente Lada Vesta WTCC 2016 FIA WTCC Race of Morocco
TCR Touring Car 1:26.150[8] Gabriele Tarquini Hyundai i30 N TCR 2018 FIA WTCR Race of Morocco
Original Layout: 4.545 km (2009–2015)
Auto GP 1:28.450[9] Narain Karthikeyan Lola B05/52 2013 Marrakech Auto GP round
Circuito Urbano de Marrakech.svg
F2 (2009–2012) 1:31.312 Dean Stoneman Williams JPH1 2010 Marrakech Formula Two round
WTCC 1:43.480[10] José María López Citroën C-Elysée WTCC 2015 FIA WTCC Race of Morocco

Events

Current
Former

Results

Formula E

Year Race Driver Team Report
2019-20 Marrakesh ePrix Portugal António Félix da Costa China Techeetah Report
2018-19 Marrakesh ePrix Belgium Jerome D'Ambrosio India Mahindra Racing Report
2017-18 Marrakesh ePrix Sweden Felix Rosenqvist India Mahindra Racing Report
2016-17 Marrakesh ePrix Switzerland Sébastien Buemi France Renault e.dams Report

WTCR

Year Race Driver Manufacturer Report
2019 Race 1 Argentina Esteban Guerrieri Japan Honda Report
Race 2 Italy Gabriele Tarquini South Korea Hyundai
Race 3 Sweden Thed Björk ChinaSweden Lynk & Co
2018 Race 1 Italy Gabriele Tarquini South Korea Hyundai Report
Race 2 France Jean Karl Vernay Germany Audi
Race 3 Italy Gabriele Tarquini South Korea Hyundai

WTCC

Year Race Driver Manufacturer Report
2017 Race 1 Argentina Esteban Guerrieri United States Chevrolet Report
Race 2 Portugal Tiago Monteiro Japan Honda
2016 Race 1 Netherlands Tom Coronel United States Chevrolet Report
Race 2 Argentina José María López France Citroën
2015 Race 1 Argentina José María López France Citroën Report
Race 2 France Yvan Muller France Citroën
2014 Race 1 Argentina José María López France Citroën Report
Race 2 France Sébastien Loeb France Citroën
2013 Race 1 Denmark Michel Nykjær United States Chevrolet Report
Race 2 Spain Pepe Oriola Spain SEAT
2012 Race 1 Switzerland Alain Menu United States Chevrolet Report
Race 2 France Yvan Muller United States Chevrolet
2010 Race 1 Italy Gabriele Tarquini Spain SEAT Report
Race 2 United Kingdom Andy Priaulx Germany BMW
2009 Race 1 United Kingdom Robert Huff United States Chevrolet Report
Race 2 Italy Nicola Larini United States Chevrolet

AutoGP

Year Race Driver Team
2014 Race 1 Japan Kimiya Sato Italy Euronova Racing
Race 2 Germany Markus Pommer United Kingdom Super Nova International
2013 Race 1 Italy Sergio Campana Spain Ibiza Racing Team
Race 2 United Kingdom Luciano Bacheta Austria Zele Racing
2012 Race 1 Italy Sergio Campana Italy Team MLR71
Race 2 New Zealand Chris van der Drift Netherlands Manor MP Motorsport

References

  1. ^ a b "NEXT STOP: MARRAKECH, MOROCCO". fiawtcc.com. 2009-04-25. Archived from the original on 2012-03-05. Retrieved 2009-08-01.
  2. ^ a b "Marrackech Racetack Unveiled". fiawtcc.com. n.d. Retrieved 2008-11-23.[dead link]
  3. ^ "Marrackech Morocco". formulatwo.com. n.d. Archived from the original on 2010-05-06. Retrieved 2010-05-10.
  4. ^ "Marrackech GP Joins 2009 WTCC Calendar". fiawtcc.com. n.d. Archived from the original on November 14, 2008. Retrieved 2008-11-23.
  5. ^ "Marrackech Morocco". formulatwo.com. n.d. Archived from the original on 2010-05-06. Retrieved 2010-05-10.
  6. ^ "Circuit Moulay El Hassan in Morocco to undergo major facelift". TouringCarTimes. 7 December 2015.
  7. ^ "WTCC 2016 » Circuit Moulay el Hassan Round 7 Results". Retrieved 11 May 2022.
  8. ^ "WTCR 2018 » Circuit Moulay el Hassan Round 3 Results". Retrieved 11 May 2022.
  9. ^ "2013 Marrakech Auto GP - Round 3". Retrieved 11 May 2022.
  10. ^ "WTCC 2015 » Circuit Moulay el Hassan Round 4 Results". Retrieved 11 May 2022.

External links

This page was last edited on 23 July 2022, at 06:43
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