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Circuit d'Albi

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Circuit d'Albi
Circuit Albi.svg
LocationAlbi, Tarn, Occitanie, France
Coordinates43°54′55″N 2°06′49″E / 43.915331°N 2.113538°E / 43.915331; 2.113538
Opened1959
Major events1950 Albi Grand Prix
French motorcycle Grand Prix (1951-52)
FFSA GT Championship (1997, 2002-11)
Championnat de France Formule Renault (1998)
Length3.565 km
Turns15
Race lap record1:18.034 (Cauvin Dominique, ASP Racing, 2015, Group CN)
Websitewww.circuit-albi.com

The Circuit d'Albi is a motorsport race track located in the French town of Le Sequestre near Albi, about 80 km northeast of Toulouse. Built to replace the nearby Les Planques public road circuit, Albi has 70 years of history in motor-racing, including the 1951 French motorcycle Grand Prix.[1] It hosted the FFSA GT Championship in 1997 and from 2002 to 2011.

Notably, it shares its grounds with an active airport in its infield, the Aérodrome d'Albi - Le Sequestre (fr).

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This page was last edited on 6 June 2020, at 20:59
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