Albacete 1560

Albacete

Albacete is a narrow and twisting modern circuit set on flat countryside outside the quiet Spanish town.

Country
Spain
Location
Albacete, Castile-La Mancha
Latest Race
First Race

Albacete is a narrow and twisting modern circuit set on flat countryside outside the quiet Spanish town. Overtaking proved near impossible when the International Formula 3000 Championship visited in 1992, a forgettable race that was won by Andrea Montermini, and major international car racing categories have not returned. The tight confines proved better suited to bikes which were more popular than cars before the arrival of Fernando Alonso, although the circuit is occasionally used as a winter testing venue.

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Type

Permanent road course

Length

2.206 (Miles)

Description

Circuit redeveloped with corners modified

Fastest Race Lap

Jean-Christophe Ravier (Dallara SN01-Nissan), 1m20.423, 100.091 mph, Super Nissan, 2002

Fastest Qualifying Lap

Luca Badoer (Reynard 92D-Cosworth), 1m18.54, 102.491 mph, F3000, 1992

Type

Permanent road course

Length

2.236 (Miles)

Description

Circuit redeveloped with corners modified

Fastest Race Lap

Jean-Christophe Ravier (Dallara SN01-Nissan), 1m20.423, 100.091 mph, Super Nissan, 2002

Fastest Qualifying Lap

Luca Badoer (Reynard 92D-Cosworth), 1m18.54, 102.491 mph, F3000, 1992

Latest Races

3,171

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15,675

Results

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16,117

Drivers

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9,358

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865

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