The Bugatti circuit of Le Mans
A CIRCUIT, A LEGEND
An exceptional coating
The Circuit of Le Mans (Circuit Bugatti) is a permanent motorsport circuit located south of the city of Le Mans in France. Although it hosts car and truck races, it is best known for its motorcycle races. It is also used for non-mechanical endurance events such as the 24 Hours Roller and the 24 Hours Bike.
The stands and about a third of the permanent circuit are common to the 13 km long 24 Hours Auto circuit, which traditionally has a temporary layout in the 24th week of the year.
The 4185-metre long circuit has a 600-metre climb from 3.5% to 7% between the stands and the Dunlop footbridge, followed by a 1000-metre descent at 2%. Fully closed, it is completely illuminated at night.
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