Dijon-Prenois is a 3.801 km (2.362 mi) motor racing circuit located in Prenois, near Dijon, France. The undulating track is noted for its fast, sweeping bends. Opened in 1972, Dijon-Prenois hosted the Formula One French Grand Prix five times, and the Swiss Grand Prix in 1982. The non-championship 1975 Swiss Grand Prix was also held at Dijon. The circuit currently hosts the Grand Prix de l'Age d'Or, and last hosted the FFSA GT Championship in 2018.
The Dijon-Prenois circuit is a short roller coaster ride around the Burgundy countryside, once host to Formula One and World Sportscars but now primarily a domestic venue. While its most prominent days may be behind it, it will always have the distinction of hosting one of the most thrilling F1 duels
Relatively short track but with considerable elevation changes and noted for its sweeping corners, the layout tends to promote close and frenetic racing.
Today Dijon-Prenois has reverted to being a national-level circuit, domestic and Swiss championship events running alongside popular historic races, motorcycle and club competitions.
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Sanitation and electricity are available
Throughout the day we have coffee, tea, water and various refreshments available at Racing School Europe truck. During the lunch break our hospitality unit organizes a lunch (bread, various spreads, soup, fruit, pasta, salads and various soft drinks) right on the racetrack. You can participate for € 17.50 per day. This offer also applies to partners and friends.
During all training days the RSE paddock Service is available for technical support. We can also provide tyres at competitive prices. We can bring non standard sized tyres if you order these in advance. Send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Pricing: Tyre & Wheel service: rim in and out €15.00, tyre mounting on the rim €10.00/ per rim.
Track length: 3801m
Track width: 10-12m
Turns: 5 right / 3 left