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TBC | World Finals 2018 | Super Trofeo @ Roma , ITALY
Nov
23
to Nov 25

TBC | World Finals 2018 | Super Trofeo @ Roma , ITALY

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THE CIRCUIT

The Autodromo Vallelunga Piero Taruffi is a racing circuit situated 20 miles (32 km) north of Rome, Italy, near Vallelunga of Campagnano. Vallelunga was built as a sand 1.102 miles (1.8 km) oval in 1959. From 1963 the circuit held the Rome Grand Prix, and in 1967 a new loop was added when the track became the property of the Automobile Club d'Italia (ACI). Further refurbishment was undertaken in 1971. The track is named for the famous Italian racing driver Piero Taruffi.

In August 2004 work started on a 1 kilometre (0.6 mi) extension to the track, bringing the track up to its current length. The new configuration has received homologation from the FIA as a test circuit, being used by various Formula One teams. The circuit has also hosted the 6 Hours of Vallelunga endurance event.

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Photo credit: Lamborghini Squadra Corse

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World Finals 2018 | Blancpain GT3 @ ZHEJIANG, CHINA
Sep
28
to Sep 30

World Finals 2018 | Blancpain GT3 @ ZHEJIANG, CHINA

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THE CIRCUIT

China's latest racing circuit may well prove to be its best to date, with world class facilities and an interesting layout with - whisper it - some reasonable elevation changes thrown in for good measure.

Located at Shaoxing, a city of 5 million people a few hours' drive south of Shanghai, Zhejiang Circuit has been four years in development. The vision is to provide the ultimate playground for drivers and racing enthusiasts and to give automotive manufacturers and brands a cutting-edge platform to showcase their products to the ever-growing Chinese market.

At the heart of the development is a 3.2km FIA Grade 2 circuit penned by Apex Circuit Design in England. The main course can be split into two smaller 'East' and 'West' circuits which can be run simultaneously, while there is also an independent 800m FIA-CIK compliant kart circuit.

Construction on the whole facility began in December 2013 and concluded in-mid 2016. The first international motorsport championship to commit to Zhejiang was the TCR Asia Series, which visited on October 22-23 2016.

Photo credit: racingcircuits

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Rd. 5 | Super Trofeo and GT3 Asia @ SHANGAI, CHINA
Sep
22
to Sep 23

Rd. 5 | Super Trofeo and GT3 Asia @ SHANGAI, CHINA

THE CIRCUIT

The Shanghai International Circuit is a motorsport race track, situated in the Jiading, Shanghai, People's Republic of China. The circuit is best known as the venue for the annual Formula 1 Chinese Grand Prix, which it first hosted in 2004.

Costing approximately $450 million, the circuit was financed by a government-funded joint-venture company. Architectural and design experts began planning and visiting the site between April and May 2003, and the area was transformed from swampland to international racetrack within 18 months with a team of 3000 engineers working around the clock.

Photo credit: Birdair

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Rd. 4 | Super Trofeo and GT3 Asia @ FUJI, JAPAN
Jul
21
to Jul 22

Rd. 4 | Super Trofeo and GT3 Asia @ FUJI, JAPAN

THE CIRCUIT

Fuji Speedway ,is a motorsport race track standing in the foothills of Mount Fuji, in Oyama, Japan. It was built in the early 1960s. In the 1980s, Fuji Speedway was used for the FIA World Sportscar Championship and national racing. Originally managed by Mitsubishi Estate Co., Fuji Speedway was acquired by Toyota Motor Corporation in 2000. The circuit hosted the Formula One Japanese Grand Prix in 2007, after an absence of 30 years, replacing the Suzuka Circuit, owned by Honda.

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Rd. 3 | Super Trofeo and GT3 Asia @ SUZUKA, JAPAN
Jun
30
to Jul 1

Rd. 3 | Super Trofeo and GT3 Asia @ SUZUKA, JAPAN

THE CIRCUIT

The Suzuka International Racing Course (official name), Suzuka Circuit, for short, is a Motorsport race track located in Ino, Suzuka City, Mie Prefecture, Japan and operated by Mobilityland Corporation, a subsidiary of Honda Motor Co., Ltd..

Soichiro Honda decided to develop a new permanent circuit in Mie prefecture in the late 1950s. Designed as a Honda test track in 1962 by Dutchman John "Hans" Hugenholtz, Suzuka is one of few circuits in the world to have a "figure eight" layout, with the 1.2 km back straight passing over the front section by means of an overpass.

The circuit can be used in five configurations; the car full circuit, the motorcycle full circuit, the "Suzuka east," "Suzuka west car," and "Suzuka west motorcycle" configurations.

Photo Credits: F1 Fanatic

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Rd. 2 | Super Trofeo and GT3 Asia @ BURIRAM, THAILAND
May
12
to May 13

Rd. 2 | Super Trofeo and GT3 Asia @ BURIRAM, THAILAND

THE CIRCUIT

The Chang International Circuit (also known as Buriram United International Circuit because of alcohol restrictions) is a motorsport race track in Buriram, Thailand. The circuit was opened in 2014. This is the first FIA Grade 1 and FIM Grade A circuit in Thailand. The track's primary corporate sponsor is Chang Beer, named the track as part of the sponsorship. Hermann Tilke is the designer of the circuit.

On March 22 2015, the first ever Thailand round of the World Superbike Championship was held at the circuit. Both of the Superbike races were won by UK rider Jonathan Rea and the World Supersport race was won by Thai rider Rathapark Wilairot, much to the delight of the Thai spectators.

 The Chang International Circuit

The Chang International Circuit

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Rd. 1 | Super Trofeo and GT3 Asia @ SEPANG, MALAYSIA
Apr
14
to Apr 15

Rd. 1 | Super Trofeo and GT3 Asia @ SEPANG, MALAYSIA

THE CIRCUIT

The Sepang International Circuit is a motorsport race track in Sepang, Selangor, Malaysia. It is located near Kuala Lumpur International Airport, approximately 45 km south of the capital city Kuala Lumpur. It is the venue used for the Formula One Malaysian Grand Prix, Malaysian Motorcycle Grand Prix, Malaysia Merdeka Endurance Race and other major motorsport events.

The main circuit, normally raced in a clockwise direction, is 5.543 kilometres long, and is noted for its sweeping corners and wide straights. The layout is quite unusual, with a very long back straight separated from the pit straight by just one very tight hairpin.

 Sepang International Circuit

Sepang International Circuit

Photo credits: F1 Fanatics

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