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The Circuit Jules Tacheny near Mettet in Belgium's Namur province is the country's third permanent circuit, having opened in 2010. The circuit is used for smaller events and training purposes, and is not aimed at categories such as Formula 1. The Belgian Superbike Championship is one of the series to its host rounds at this circuit.
The forerunner of this recently-established complex was a fifties street circuit which hosted a number of Formula 2 rounds, with such names as Stirling Moss and Alberto Ascari being amongst the winners. A difficult-to-master corner sequence on the current circuit was modelled after Laguna Seca's famous "Corkscrew".