Portimao

Friday 5th April to Sunday 7th April 2024

Schedule

Autodromo Internacional Algarve F1 – 2.91 miles

Timed Practice – 420R, 310R, 270R – Friday 5th April – Time – TBC
Timed Practice – 420R, 310R, 270R – Friday 5th April – Time – TBC

Qualifying – 420R, 310R, 270R – Saturday 6th April – Time – TBC
Race 1 – 420R, 310R, 270R – Saturday 6th April – Time – TBC

Race 2 – 420R, 310R, 270R – Sunday 7th April – Time – TBC
Race 3 – 420R, 310R, 270R – Sunday 7th April – Time – TBC

ACCOMMODATION

Hotels:

We are looking at making our base the popular and very nice Cascades Wellness Resort. It is a fantastic hotel complex in a great location. Lotus of choice for bars and restaurants near by and only 15 minutes drive from the circuit.

We will be looking to organise a discounted rate, so watch this space for more information

Timetable

Timetable to be confirmed closer to the event

CIRCUIT INFORMATION

Autódromo Internacional do Algarve is one of the best and most modern racing circuits in the world.

Autódromo Internacional do Algarve is located near Portimão at Sítio do Escampadinho in the parish of Mexilhoeira Grande, roughly 4.5 km north of the A22 motorway, which has a direct road link from the exit at Mexilhoeira Grande. The circuit is just a 15 minute drive from the cities of Portimão and Lagos. The Algarve is widely known by its year-round warm weather and world class gastronomy. Beyond the natural landscape, with the beautiful beaches and the vast mountain countryside, the region is also home for a multitude of activities, from sports to culture and leisure.

The racing track was developed as part of an innovative global project to provide a comprehensive range of facilities to the most varied sectors of the motor industry, from constructors, to racing teams and companies, allowing them to present, test and develop their products.

The design characteristics of the track provide spectators with impressive and far-reaching views from any grandstand.

The AIA circuit offers 32 different track configurations, with perimeters from 3.465m (shortest) to 4.684m (F1 version) and is homologated by FIA and FIM, to host motoring and motorcycling competitions at the highest level.

The different combinations allow users to choose between faster, challenging versions or slower and more technical ones.

Given the various layouts of the track, FIA Slow Fast (F1) version is considered the standard version.

 

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