The oldest French car circuit

In the 1960s, after the terrible accident in Le Mans in 1955, safety standards became increasingly strict and the Planques circuit was no longer able to organise competitions. In April 1962, the Albi city council announced the creation of a permanent circuit around the airfield. On September 7 of that year, 30,000 spectators flocked to watch the greatest pilots compete on the brand new 3,636 km track.

Since then, the circuit has seen all types of vehicles (Formula 2, Formula 3, GT, Mitjet, Bioracing, Superbike…) and great champions such as Graham Hill, Jackie Stewart, Alain Prost, Jim Clark or Henri Pescarolo.

This circuit is our heart circuit, every year during events such as the retro weekend or the historical grand prix of Albi, we wait for you under our pits planned exclusively for you!  

A family spirit is omnipresent on this circuit, which has allowed us to create a strong link with them. 

Upon delivery of your car, it is possible to book a test drive on this mythical circuit in addition to the possibility of giving you access to free driving days or invitations to exclusive events. 

Click here for the Albi circuit website.