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With our 4PROS tests, we offer racing teams the perfect conditions to optimally prepare for the season and the upcoming races. Open pitlane, a small number of participants and racing cars from similar categories ensure perfect driving conditions. While behind the scenes, professional timekeeping, tyre, photo and catering services make the teams' work easier.

Whether in the WEC, ELMS, DTM, GTWC or manufacturer cups such as Ferrari Challenge, Porsche Carrera Cup or Lamborghini Supertrofeo - teams that test with us drive at the front and we are proud of that!

4PROS - WHAT YOU CAN EXPECT

  • At least 7 hours travelling time per day
  • Open Pitlane
  • Maximum of 24 vehicles on site
  • Only cars from GT4 / LMP4
  • Full safety package
  • Professional timekeeping with sector times included
  • Data stream bookable for full overview
  • Tyre fitting service
  • Pictures included
  • Catering bookable
  • Personal contact for event coordination
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4PROS
10.04.2024 - 11.04.2024

Circuit de Nevers Magny-Cours

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Grand Prix Track
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4411 m
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Max. noise level
≤105 (dB)
Price/person
€ 5,040.00
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With our 4PROS tests, we offer racing teams the perfect conditions to optimally prepare for the season and the upcoming races. Open pitlane, a small number of participants and racing cars from similar categories ensure perfect driving conditions. While behind the scenes, professional timekeeping, tyre, photo and catering services make the teams' work easier.

Whether in the WEC, ELMS, DTM, GTWC or manufacturer cups such as Ferrari Challenge, Porsche Carrera Cup or Lamborghini Supertrofeo - teams that test with us drive at the front and we are proud of that!

4PROS - WHAT YOU CAN EXPECT

  • At least 7 hours travelling time per day
  • Open Pitlane
  • Maximum of 24 vehicles on site
  • Only cars from GT4 / LMP4
  • Full safety package
  • Professional timekeeping with sector times included
  • Data stream bookable for full overview
  • Tyre fitting service
  • Pictures included
  • Catering bookable
  • Personal contact for event coordination
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Circuit de Nevers Magny-Cours

The two kilometre-long Jean Behra Circuit was built on the site of the current Circuit de Nevers Magny-Cours between 1960 and 1961. In 1971 the circuit was extended for the first time, with the 3.9 kilometer layout's characteristics laying the foundation for the present version.

Towards the end of the eighties the circuit underwent a comprehensive modernization programme, with its official opening being on 29 April 1989. Two years later Formula 1 visited the circuit situated in the Département Nièvre for the first time, with Britain's Nigel Mansell winning the French Grand Prix attended by over 100,000 fans.

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