TRACK PAUL RICARD
The Paul Ricard Circuit is located near Le Castellet in France, just a few kilometres from the French Riviera. Opened in 1970, it rose to fame as a venue for endurance races on two and four wheels, and it has hosted all of the biggest car championships. It is one of the most popular tracks among teams and drivers in all categories thanks to a layout that has everything, including fast, medium and slow corners and the long Mistral straight. In the configuration used for Super Trofeo races, the circuit is 5.8 km long and there are 15 corners in total.