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Circuit des Ecuyers

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  • 2007 to date

2007 to date

  • Boucle 3.5km

    2.175 miles / 3.500 km

  • Boucle 2.3km

    1.429 miles / 2.300 km

  • Boucle 1.2km

    0.746 miles / 1.200 km

Circuit Info

Address: Circuit des Ecuyers, Fary, 02130 Beuvardes, France

PH: +33 3 23 70 98 61

Circuit type: Permanent road course

Website: http://www.circuitdesecuyers.com

Circuit History

Circuit des Ecuyers is a relatively new circuit purpose built for track days and general testing, which offers a picturesque location to get in some practice without fear of damaging machine or driver.

Opened in 2007, it sits on a private estate nestled within woodland at Beuvardes, near to the historic town of Château-Thierry. Just 90 minutes by car from Paris and within 150km of the Belgian border and 250km of Calais, the circuit has become popular with riders from across Europe.

The circuit is laid out down a rolling hillside and packs in an abundance of different corners within its layout, which can be configured in three different lengths, two of which can operate simultaneously.

The majority of corners are taken in third gear but with a couple of quick fourth gear corners and several straights to build up speed, it is not slow by any means. The topography of the land has been used to good effect as well, creating a mini-rollercoaster ride, particularly round the full circuit.

There are few barriers to hit and wide expanses of grassed run-off, making it an ideal facility to practise, safe in the knowledge that a mistake is unlikely to end in disaster.

Facilities at the site, which also include an equestrian centre, are good, with well-appointed reception and briefing rooms and a covered terrace from which you can watch the action on track.

Among the professional teams using the circuit in recent years have been the Sebastian Loeb Racing WTCR Team, while Yvan Muller gave a demonstration of the Citroen C-Elysée World Touring Car in 2016.

Getting There

The Circuit des Ecuyers is located at Beuvardes in northern France. The nearest international airports are Paris-Orly and Paris Charles de Gaulle, both around 100km from the circuit.

The circuit is located alongside the Autoroute de l'Est (A4), though you will need to leave at exit 20 (Château-Thierry).

From the motorway exit head north on D1. Continue along the road until you reach the right hand turn for Rue Charles de Gaulle/D4 (signed for Bézu St Germain). In the village, turn right onto Route d'Epieds and continue along the D4. At the roundabout, continue straight onto Route de Bézu Saint-Germain/D967 to the village of Épieds, where you continue straight onto Rue de la Mairie/Place de la Liberté/D4 (signed for Mont St Père). Then turn left onto Rue Léon Lhermitte/D3 (signs for Chartèves/Dormans). At the roundabout, take the 4th exit onto Route de Beuvardes/D85 and follow the road until you reach the circuit entrance, on the right hand side of the road.

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