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Mar
17
Dom
2019
GP Australia @ Circuito Albert Park
Mar 17 a las 22:00 – 23:45
GP Australia @ Circuito Albert Park

Gran Premio Australia 2019

Circuito Albert Park

Mar
31
Dom
2019
GP BAHREIN @ Circuito Sakhir
Mar 31 a las 22:00 – Abr 1 a las 00:00

Gran Premio Bahrein FormulaNRD 2019

Circuito Sakhir 5.412 metros

Hora comienzo: 21:50 horas

Abr
14
Dom
2019
GP China @ Circuito Shanghai
Abr 14 a las 22:00 – 23:45

Gran Premio China, FormulaNRD 2018

Circuito de Shanghai 5.451 metros

Hora Comienzo: 22:00

Abr
28
Dom
2019
GP Azerbaiyán @ Circuito de Bakú
Abr 28 a las 22:00 – 23:45

Gran Premio Azerbaiyán, FormulaNRD 2019

Circuito de Bakú 6.003 metros

Hora comienzo: 22:00 horas

May
12
Dom
2019
GP España @ Circuito Cataluña Montmeló
May 12 a las 22:00 – 23:45

Gran Premio de España, FormulaNRD 2019

Circuito de Montmelo (Cataluña) 4.665 metros

Hora de comienzo: 22:00

May
26
Dom
2019
GP MONACO @ Cicuito Monte Carlo
May 26 a las 22:00 – 23:45

Gran Premio Monaco FormulaNRD 2019

Circuito Monte Carlo: 55 vueltas

Hora comienzo: 21:50 hora española

Jun
9
Dom
2019
Gran Premio Canadá @ Circuito Gilles Villeneuve
Jun 9 a las 22:00 – 23:45

Gran Premio Canadá FormulaNRD 2019

Circuito: Circuito Gilles Villeneuve. 49 Vueltas



El circuito en el que se disputa este Gran Premio de Canadá está en Montreal y lleva el nombre del mítico piloto local Gilles Villeneuve. Las instalaciones están situadas en una isla artificial (hecha con las rocas extraídas al construír el metro de Montreal) repleta de zonas verdes y que tiene parte del trazado transitable el resto del año. Un circuito técnico, complicado y en el que los accidentes, los safety cars y las banderas amarillas suelen poner emoción a la carrera.

  • Longitud: 4.361 metros
  • Número de vueltas: 49
  • Carga aerodinámica: Media
  • Velocidad máxima: 326 km/h (con DRS), 316 km/h (sin DRS)
  • Porcentaje de tiempo con el acelerado a fondo: 60% (bastante alto)
  • Porcentaje de tiempo frenando: 17% (alto)
  • Desgaste de frenos: Muy alto
  • Pérdida de tiempo por vuelta por cada 10kg de combustible a bordo: 0,28 segundos (bajo)
  • Tiempo total necesario para cada parada en boxes: 18,8 segundos

 

Jun
23
Dom
2019
Gran Premio Francia @ Circuito Paul Ricard
Jun 23 a las 22:00 – 23:45

Gran Premio Francia

Circuito Paul Ricard 38 Vueltas

2010
PIT BUILDING II

The Pit Building is being extended in order to supply new garages: the Pit Building II counts 5 additional garages which can be split up and two technical pits. This new building also offers five commentator cabins as well as the new podium on its roof. Thanks to this extension, the circuit counts 34 garages and an additional paddock area, the Paddock II, of 10,000 square meters.

The circuit celebrated its 40th birthday during a gala party organized on October 10th, with prestigious guests and famous drivers and personalities who built the 40 years of the legendary circuit.

2009
REOPENING TO THE PUBLIC

Ten years after the last event attended by spectators (the «Bol d’Or» in September 1999), the Paul Ricard Circuit opened again its doors to spectators for motorsport races and club meetings. Additional developments are made, such as the construction of a 4.400-seat grandstand in the start straight, completing the 600 seats in the 2004-build Grand Prix Hall, as well as a car parking behind the new grandstands.

In the summer 2009, the Circuit started the development of an additional public area: the hill over the “Double Droite du Beausset” turn. This expansion increased the spectator area and allowed to welcome over 10.000 people. Car and motorcycle parking and picnic areas are also equipped behind the hill of the Signes curve.

2007
FIRST CENTER OF EXCELLENCE

The Paul Ricard HTTT receives the prize of First Center of Excellence awarded by the FIA Institute for Motorsport Safety, recognizing the work done in safety research and innovation

2006
HOMOLOGATION FIA

The track is given the FIA Homologation (Fédération Automobile Internationale).

2005
SUZUKA V1 AND V2 TURNS

Construction of the Suzuka V1 and V2 turns at the Verrerie “S” turns.

2004
LE PETIT BEAUSSET

Construction of the “Petit Beausset” turn in the Signes curve.

2003
MONTRÉAL CHICANE

Construction of the Montreal Chicane in the Mistral straight.

2002
BLUE LINE

The Paul Ricard HTTT becomes an innovative track, ahead of its time, in particular due to its Blue Line™ concept, which combines design with safety.

2001
NEW TURNS

After the new Toyota Motorsport Formula 1 was launched, the renovation work began in April with the competitive bidding among companies from the Var and Bouches du Rhône regions of France. The original layout of the track is modified to optimize safety:

  • Removal of the chicane after the “Double Droite du Beausset”;
  • Transformations of the turns «Virage du Pont», «Virage de l’Hôtel», «Virage du Camp», « Virage de Bendor » and «Virage du Lac».
  • Creation of new more technical turns: the «Epingle» (Hairpin), the North and South Chicanes in the Mistral straight, the «Airport» S curve and the Signes Chicane.

The Pit Building is also completely modernized: the pit lane access tunnel is transformed into the building’s entrance hall; new garages are built on the front of the building; the paddock is closed up with a new fence.

1999
CIRCUIT PAUL RICARD HIGH TECH TEST TRACK

The race track and Le Castellet air field were bought by Excelis Company. Philippe Gurdjian, organizer of the F1 French Grand Prix from 1985 to 1997, is asked to take care of the renovation of the complete site, in order to make it the first track in the world dedicated exclusively to testing and communication. It is then renamed the Paul Ricard High Tech Test Track.

1980
BOL D’OR

Bol d’Or races (22 events through 1999) and “Moto Journal Paul Ricard 200 Miles” races from 1974 to 1982.

1973
MOTORBIKE FRENCH GRAND PRIX

First French Motorcycle Grand Prix, 13 races through 1999.

1971
FORMULA 1 FRENCH GRAND PRIX

First Formula 1 French Grand Prix, 14 races through 1990.

1970
CREATION OF THE CIRCUIT

Creation of circuit by Paul Ricard, opened April 19th 1970.

 

Jun
30
Dom
2019
Gran Premio Austria @ Red Bull Ring
Jun 30 a las 22:00 – 23:45

Gran Premio Austria 2019

Circuito RedBull Ring 50 vueltas

 

Red Bull Ring es un autódromo ubicado en la villa de Spielberg, cerca al poblado de Zeltweg, estado de EstiriaAustria, a unos 50 km al oeste de la ciudad de Graz. Ha recibido varios de los principales campeonatos mundiales y europeos de deporte del motor. El nombre original del circuito fue Österreichring, que traducido sería «circuito de Austria». Después de su remodelación en 1996, fue renombrado a A1-Ring debido al patrocinio de la telefónica A1 Mobilkom.1​ En 2010, el fabricante de bebidas Red Bull GmbH adquirió el circuito y le puso el nombre actual.

 

Jul
14
Dom
2019
Gran Premio Gran Bretaña @ Circuito Silverstone
Jul 14 a las 22:00 – 23:45
Gran Premio Gran Bretaña @ Circuito Silverstone | Silverstone | Inglaterra | Reino Unido

FormulaNRD 2019, Gran Premio Gran Bretaña, Circuito Silverstone 37 vueltas.

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