Lasarte 499

Lasarte

Lasarte was a long, demanding pre-war road course in the tradition of Nurburgring, Spa, and Brno.

Lasarte was a long, demanding pre-war road course in the tradition of Nurburgring, Spa, and Brno. Set on undulating, tree-lined public roads, it was the home of Grand Prix racing in Spain from its opening in 1923 until 1935. A dual carriageway has now been built on part of the road from Lasarte to Andoain where the track originally ran between the River Oria and a cliff. The next section to Urnieta and Hernani remains largely unchanged. The anti-clockwise circuit was also known as San Sebastian after the port to the north.

Circuit

1923 - 1935

Type

Temporary road course

Length

11.029 (Miles)

Fastest Race Lap

Achille Varzi (Auto Union B), 5m58, 110.906 mph, GP, 1935

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