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Trackdays limited to 50 entries for 25 cars on track (open pitlane).

The concept of our trackdays Come and drive your sports car on the Dijon-Prenois circuit, a former Formula 1 circuit in the 70s and 80s! Discover its fast 3.8km track in complete safety during a friendly driving day supervised by our team of experienced instructors.

We have been organising Trackdays for several years, and every year we organise around 50 car trackdays on the most beautiful circuits in France: Charade, Magny-Cours, Le Mans, Le Castellet, Dijon-Prenois, Nogaro, Val de Vienne, le Mas du Clos, etc.

Safety and quality of driving are our priorities:

  • We pay particular attention to the respect of safety instructions on the track. Drivers responsible for dangerous behaviour will be warned and may be excluded from riding if necessary.
  • We limit the number of vehicles on the track to offer you excellent driving conditions.
  • We limit the number of vehicles entered to maximise your time in the Open Pitlane.
  • We accept with great pleasure the racing teams who will be able to integrate with respect on our days alongside our usual drivers.

Program of the driving days on your car in Dijon-Prenois

  • 7.50am: Welcome of the participants (or 12.45pm for afternoon registrations)
  • 8.30 am: Technical and safety briefing (or 1 pm for afternoon registrations). Compulsory briefing: in case of delay, participants will have to attend a second briefing after the start of the ride
  • 9am - 12pm: Rolling without series
  • 12.00 - 13.30: Lunch break (restaurant on site - please book at least 7 days before)
  • 13h30 - 17h : Ride without heats

Conditions of participation to the Trackdays

  • Briefing: It is compulsory for all drivers to consult the online circuit briefing before the Trackday. Only drivers who have read and validated the briefing will be given a track access bracelet.
  • Authorised vehicles: All types of sports vehicles in good working order except open wheel vehicles. The vehicles must be insured for civil liability on the circuit, respect the noise limits imposed by the circuit (100db on the Dijon Prenois circuit) and be equipped with a towing ring
  • Compulsory equipment: Helmet at least to CE standard, long clothes covering arms and legs (trousers for women), complete equipment for competition vehicles (see list in our regulations)
  • Conditions of participation: Driver's licence required, minimum age 16 for passengers
  • Documents to be provided on the day of the Trackday: Signed Trackday regulations + Signed circuit release

Included in the Trackday registration

  • Track access for 1 driver / car (additional drivers at extra cost)
  • Passengers over 16 years old allowed and free of charge
  • Open soft bar all day including pastries, coffee and cold drinks
  • Medical service and breakdown service on the track
  • In addition :
  • Personalized coaching with an instructor upon reservation.
  • Stall rental (contact the Dijon Prenois circuit directly for reservations)
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Trackdays at Circuit Dijon-Prenois
01.05.2024 - 01.05.2024

Circuit Dijon Prenois

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3801 m
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Nomad Driving Event
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Max. noise level
≤100 (dB)
Price/person
€ 490.00
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Trackdays limited to 50 entries for 25 cars on track (open pitlane).

The concept of our trackdays Come and drive your sports car on the Dijon-Prenois circuit, a former Formula 1 circuit in the 70s and 80s! Discover its fast 3.8km track in complete safety during a friendly driving day supervised by our team of experienced instructors.

We have been organising Trackdays for several years, and every year we organise around 50 car trackdays on the most beautiful circuits in France: Charade, Magny-Cours, Le Mans, Le Castellet, Dijon-Prenois, Nogaro, Val de Vienne, le Mas du Clos, etc.

Safety and quality of driving are our priorities:

  • We pay particular attention to the respect of safety instructions on the track. Drivers responsible for dangerous behaviour will be warned and may be excluded from riding if necessary.
  • We limit the number of vehicles on the track to offer you excellent driving conditions.
  • We limit the number of vehicles entered to maximise your time in the Open Pitlane.
  • We accept with great pleasure the racing teams who will be able to integrate with respect on our days alongside our usual drivers.

Program of the driving days on your car in Dijon-Prenois

  • 7.50am: Welcome of the participants (or 12.45pm for afternoon registrations)
  • 8.30 am: Technical and safety briefing (or 1 pm for afternoon registrations). Compulsory briefing: in case of delay, participants will have to attend a second briefing after the start of the ride
  • 9am - 12pm: Rolling without series
  • 12.00 - 13.30: Lunch break (restaurant on site - please book at least 7 days before)
  • 13h30 - 17h : Ride without heats

Conditions of participation to the Trackdays

  • Briefing: It is compulsory for all drivers to consult the online circuit briefing before the Trackday. Only drivers who have read and validated the briefing will be given a track access bracelet.
  • Authorised vehicles: All types of sports vehicles in good working order except open wheel vehicles. The vehicles must be insured for civil liability on the circuit, respect the noise limits imposed by the circuit (100db on the Dijon Prenois circuit) and be equipped with a towing ring
  • Compulsory equipment: Helmet at least to CE standard, long clothes covering arms and legs (trousers for women), complete equipment for competition vehicles (see list in our regulations)
  • Conditions of participation: Driver's licence required, minimum age 16 for passengers
  • Documents to be provided on the day of the Trackday: Signed Trackday regulations + Signed circuit release

Included in the Trackday registration

  • Track access for 1 driver / car (additional drivers at extra cost)
  • Passengers over 16 years old allowed and free of charge
  • Open soft bar all day including pastries, coffee and cold drinks
  • Medical service and breakdown service on the track
  • In addition :
  • Personalized coaching with an instructor upon reservation.
  • Stall rental (contact the Dijon Prenois circuit directly for reservations)
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Circuit Dijon Prenois

As is the case with many European circuits, the Circuit Dijon-Prenois evolved from a street circuit. Motorsport events had been a regular fixture in the Burgundy town of Dijon since the 1920s, and at the end of the sixties the French race driver François Chambelland formulated the concept of an "automobile stadium."

Between 1974 and 1984 the Stade Automobile de Dijon hosted six Formula 1 grands prix. With an average speed of over 200 km/h, the flowing circuit was one of the fastest on the Formula 1 calendar.

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