Chambley

The Air Base, on which the Chambley Circuit is located, was built as part of NATO in 1952. It was used by the USAF (US Air Force) from 1953 to 1967. After termination, the base was transferred to the French Air Force and used for maneuvers and exercises . The beginnings of racing, at that time not yet completely circuit, date back to the 1970s. In 2008, it changed its owner base and became the property of the Lorraine region. The circuit in its current configuration was built in 2009. The Chambley Planet'air, which houses the Chambley circuit, is known worldwide for organizing the world's largest hot air balloon collection, the Pilâtre de Rozier Challenge, the Lorraine Mondial Air Ballons.

Information

Length: 3 300 m (measured along the roadway)

Width: 12,00 m

Turns: 17

Boxes: yes

Gas station: no

Address

Chambley Planet'Air, 54470
Saint-Julien-lès-Gorze

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