THE CIRCUIT – TARMAC TRACK

Mappa-Circuito

The Franciacorta Racetrack is composed of three straight and 13 corners to a development of more than 2.5 kilometers. The circuit has been designed and built to ensure the highest standars of safety for users; unlike many other circuits, in fact, the circuit is approved both by the FIA (Federation Internationale de l’Automobile) for the athletic competitions of speed of cars, both from the IMF (Italian Motorcycle Federation) for the athletic competitions of speed motorcycles . compliance with the strict requirements of the respective federations for the approval of the structure, and the heavy investment made to that effect, certify the high level of safety for the drivers, in terms of sizing the escape areas, the technical characteristics of the circuit, materials used, position and type of guardrails and concrete walls, medical devices, while minimizing the damage to the drivers and vehicles in the event of accidents.

The circuit meets the technical requirements laid down for the international use of Formula 1 for cars and those of the MotoGP bikes.

Long Circuit:

  • Length 2519.28 ml (three-dimensional)
  • Width ml 12,00 constants
  • Length straight start / finish ml 519.08
  • Length straight east side (between curves 11 and 12) ml. 443.34
  • Length straight south side (between Turns 4 and 5) ml. 199.79
  • Number of curves 13 (8 right – left 5)
  • Minimum bend radius of 16 ml (curve 5)
  • Maximum radius of curvature 90 ml (curve 9)
  • Longitudinal gradient maximum positive 3.00% (end straight east side)
  • Longitudinal gradient maximum negative 4.53% (exit curve 12)
  • Maximum cross slope 7% (central curve 12)

Short Circuit:

  • Length 1683.58 ml (three-dimensional)
  • Width ml 12,00 constants
  • Length straight start / finish ml 519.08
  • Length straight south side (between Turns 4 and 5) ml. 199.79
  • Number of turns 11 (7 right – left 4)
  • Number of turns 11 (7 right – left 4)
  • Maximum radius of curvature 43.6 ml (curve 7)
  • Longitudinal gradient maximum positive 3.00% (end straight east side)
  • Longitudinal gradient maximum negative 4.53% (exit curve 10)
  • Maximum cross slope 7% (central curve 10)

The curbs are all of type Melbourn negative input and output of the corners and inside the curves 7, 8, 9, 10 and 12, plates inside the curves 1 and 2 and Vallelunga positive inside the curves 3, 4 , 5, 6, 11 and 13.

RECORD

Record moto: Fabrizio Perotti – BMW S1000RR, 20 September 2015 – Laptime: 1.10.014 (official)
Car Record: Marc Gené – World Series – Time: 1:01:360 (Unofficial)

F.M.I Approval
F.I.A – ACI-CSAI Approval

Onboard Lap Bike: 1.10.014 Fabrizio Perotti

Onboard Lap Car: 1.11.146 Stefano Pezzucchi