Paul ricard

  • 1

    Esses de la Verrerie

    3rd Gear
    110 km/h
  • 2

    Chicane

    2nd Gear
    95 km/h
  • 3

    Sainte-Beaurne

    3rd Gear
    120 km/h
  • 4

    L'Ecole

    4th Gear
    170 km/h
  • 5

    Max Speed

    6th Gear
    270 km/h
  • 6

    S de Mejanes

    2nd Gear
    100 km/h
  • 7

    Mistral Straight

    6th Gear
    240 km/h
  • 8

    Signe

    5th Gear
    205 km/h
  • 9

    Double Droit de Beausset

    3rd Gear
    125 km/h
  • 10

    S de Bendor

    2nd Gear
    95 km/h
  • 11

    Courbe du Village

    4th Gear
    200 km/h
  • 12

    Virage de la Tour

    3rd Gear
    110 km/h
  • 13

    Virage du Pont

    2nd Gear
    65 km/h

RACE ONE

PAUL RICARD HTTT, SATURDAY JUNE 25, 2016
NOME
TEAM
CLASS
1
D.Lind
Raton Racing
PRO
2
V.Postiglione
Imperiale Racing
PRO
3
M.Kodric
Bonaldi Motorsport
PRO
PAUL RICARD HTTT RACE TWO, SUNDAY JUNE 26, 2016
NOME
TEAM
CLASS
1
D.Lind
Raton Racing
PRO
2
H.Schlegelmilch
Artline Team Georgia(
PRO
3
R.Ineichen
Bonaldi Motorsport
PRO

Super Trofeo Europe Paul Ricard

Often named as the venue for the long-awaited return of F1 to France, Paul Ricard was designed to be in a league of his own: its facilities even include an airstrip that made it popular among F1 teams as a test track.
 

The circuit is now owned by F1 supremo Bernie Ecclestone, who updated it to the most modern standards, creating the famed High Tech Test Track. The layout variants are so many that the number of available track solutions is 167, with lengths ranging from 826 meters to 5.8 km.
The most renowned section of the track is the 1.8 km-long Mistral straight, followed by the fast right-hander named Signes. Above all, the technical sector from T11 to T15 the biggest impact on lap times.