In 1970, two motor sports enthusiasts, Jean-Claude and Sylvie Bondurand, decided to build a circuit in Lédenon. The circuit began to operate on 16 June 1973. The track has since been widely used and hosted as the GT and Formula 4 of the French Championship. The circuit is set in a smaller valley, which creates a large number of altitude changes and makes it the most undulating track in France. This makes the circuit quite demanding for the pilot's skills. It is also the only race track in France that runs counter-clockwise.
Length: 3 156m (measured on the roadway axis)
Gas station: no
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