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The Autodrome Saint-Eustache is a motorsport facility in Quebec, not far from the metropolis of Montreal. Opened in 1965, the circuit is a hybrid circuit, which consists of a 0.4-mile oval and a street circuit of about one mile in length.

Every week, the oval hosts races in the Whelen All-American Series, which is sanctioned by NASCAR. As well as stock cars, dragsters, motorbikes and karts can often be found on the track.

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circuit map
Full Circuit
Description
Not available
Type
Race Track
Dimensions
Length: 1780 (m)
circuit map
Oval Circuit
Description
Not available
Type
Oval
circuit map
Dragstrip
Description
Not available
Type
Drag Strip
Dimensions
Length: 400 (m)