The Adelaide Street Circuit ( ) is a temporary race track in the East Parklands adjacent to the central business district of the city of Adelaide in South Australia. ...more on Wikipedia about "Adelaide Street Circuit"
Also the Ain-Diab circuit was a Formula One road circuit built in 1957, south west of Ain-Diab proper, using the existing coast road and the main road from Casablanca to Azemmour. ...more on Wikipedia about "Ain-Diab"
Aintree race course is a British horse racing venue in Aintree, near Liverpool, on Merseyside. The course is home to the world-renowned Grand National steeplechase. During the 1950s and 60s, there was also a popular motor racing circuit on the same site, using some of the same grandstands as the horse race. The venue hosted the Formula One British Grand Prix in 1955, 1957, 1959, 1961, and 1962; a version of the course is still in occasional use as a club motor racing circuit. ...more on Wikipedia about "Aintree Racecourse"
The Autódromo do Estoril (officially: Autódromo Fernanda Pires da Silva) is a 4.36 km(2.709- mi) race course in Portugal, and the home of the Formula One Portuguese Grand Prix from 1984 to 1996. ...more on Wikipedia about "Autódromo do Estoril"
The Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez is a 4.421 km (2.747- mi) race track in Mexico City, Mexico named for the famous Rodriguez brothers. ...more on Wikipedia about "Autódromo Hermanos Rodríguez"
Jacarepagua (also known as Autodromo Internacional Nelson Piquet) is a race course in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil which hosted the Brazilian Grand Prix 10 times. ...more on Wikipedia about "Autodromo Internacional Nelson Piquet"
Autódromo José Carlos Pace is the venue of the Formula One Brazilian Grand Prix, located in a suburb of the city of São Paulo. It's still widely known by its former name, Interlagos. The neighbourhood is also known as Interlagos, from its proximity to the circuit. ...more on Wikipedia about "Autódromo José Carlos Pace"
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Autodromo Nazionale di Monza is a motor racing circuit near the town of Monza in Italy, north of Milan. It is one of the most historic motor racing circuits in the world. ...more on Wikipedia about "Autodromo Nazionale Monza"
The Autódromo Oscar Alfredo Gálvez is a race circuit in Buenos Aires, Argentina. ...more on Wikipedia about "Autódromo Oscar Alfredo Gálvez"
The Automobil Verkehrs und Übungs-Straße, better known as AVUS, was a motor racing circuit on the south-western outskirts of Berlin, Germany, between Charlottenburg and Nikolassee. ...more on Wikipedia about "AVUS"
The Bahrain International Circuit was the venue for the inaugural Bahrain Grand Prix in 2004. ...more on Wikipedia about "Bahrain International Circuit"
Boavista was a Formula One street course in Oporto (Porto), Portugal used twice for the Portuguese Grand Prix. ...more on Wikipedia about "Boavista"
Brands Hatch is a motor racing circuit in Kent, England. The name of the circuit is thought to derive from "de Brondehach" - a Gaelic term, "Bron" meaning "wooded slope" and "hach" meaning "entrance to the forest". ...more on Wikipedia about "Brands Hatch"
The Bugatti Circuit is a race track located in Le Mans, France named after Ettore Bugatti. Although the whole track is not used for the famous 24 hours of Le Mans race, several parts are used. The sections of track on the Bugatti Circuit that are on the 24 Hour Circuit include the Ford Chicane at the end of the lap, the pit complex, and the straight where the Dunlop Tires bridge is at. At this point, you will come to a T in the road and if you go left, you continue the Le Mans circuit toward Terte-Rouge and Mulsanne, but if you turn right, you will continue the Bugatti Circuit. The track is home base for famous former-French driver and current team owner Henri Pescarolo. The circuit also hosts the 24 Hours of Le Mans motorcycle race, and a round of the Moto GP Championship, also for motorcycles. The circuit also holds French club races. ...more on Wikipedia about "Bugatti Circuit"
The Charade Circuit (also known as Circuit Louis Rosier) is a motorsport road course in the Auvergne mountains in France near Clermont-Ferrand, the home of Michelin and Patrick Depailler. ...more on Wikipedia about "Charade Circuit"
The Circuit Bremgarten was a 7.28 km (4.524- mi) race course in Bremgarten, Bern, Switzerland which formerly hosted the Formula One Swiss Grand Prix. ...more on Wikipedia about "Circuit Bremgarten"
The Circuit de Catalunya [seer-kweet-da-Cataloonya] is a racetrack in Montmeló, to the north of Barcelona, Catalonia. It is home to the Formula One Spanish Grand Prix. With long straights and a variety of corners, the Circuit de Catalunya is seen as an all-rounder circuit. As such it is the sport's most important testing ground. ...more on Wikipedia about "Circuit de Catalunya"
Circuit de Monaco is the name given to several streets in the principality of Monaco during one weekend of each year when they are closed to host the Formula One Monaco Grand Prix. ...more on Wikipedia about "Circuit de Monaco"
Circuit de Nevers Magny-Cours is a motor racing circuit located in France, near the towns of Magny-Cours and Nevers. It is most famous for staging the Formula One French Grand Prix, which has been held here since 1991. ...more on Wikipedia about "Circuit de Nevers Magny-Cours"
The Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps is the famous venue of the Formula One Belgian Grand Prix and the Spa 24 Hours endurance race. ...more on Wikipedia about "Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps"
The Circuit Gilles Villeneuve is the venue for the Formula One Canadian Grand Prix. The circuit, on Île Notre-Dame, a man-made island in the St. Lawrence River that is part of the city of Montreal, was named after the Canadian driver Gilles Villeneuve, father of Jacques Villeneuve. ...more on Wikipedia about "Circuit Gilles Villeneuve"
Circuit Park Zandvoort is a motor racing circuit located near the town of Zandvoort, in the Netherlands, near the North Sea coast line. ...more on Wikipedia about "Circuit Park Zandvoort"
The Circuito permanente del Jarama (Permanent circuit of the Jarama) is a 3.404 km) (2.115- |mi) race course in Spain which hosted nine Formula One Spanish Grand Prix. ...more on Wikipedia about "Circuito Permanente Del Jarama"
Circuito Permante de Jerez is a 4,428 m (2.752- miles) racing circuit located deep within the sherry-producing south of Spain. ...more on Wikipedia about "Circuito Permante de Jerez"
Dijon-Prenois is a 3.8 km (2.361- mi) motorsport race course located in Prenois, near Dijon, France. ...more on Wikipedia about "Dijon-Prenois" It's my http://www.shortopedia.com!
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