TACKLING SIX OF THE TOUGHEST CIRCUITS IN THE QUEST FOR EUROPEAN GLORY.
The European Le Man Series is set over six races, featuring some of the most famous tracks in European motorsport. Drivers compete in 4 hour races with Motorland Aragón being introduced to the 2023 calendar as a night race.
THE CAR – PORSCHE 911 RSR – 19
Round 1 – Barcelona
22 | 23 April
The first race of the European Le Man Series takes place at Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya.
This circuit is seen as a fantastic all-rounder, with long straights and a variety of corners on offer for drivers to tackle. Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya is also known for its variable wind direction which can change drastically throughout the day, pushing the car’s aerodynamics abilities to the limit.
Round 2 – Imola
6 | 7 May
Round two visit takes place at the Autodromo Internazionale Enzo e Dino Ferrari, also known as Imola.
Unlike most tracks in the world, Imola runs in an anti-clockwise direction and features sweeping, and technical corners on a much tighter track which requires drivers to be brave and so incredible feats of bravery, too.
Round 3 – Le Castellet
16 | 17 July
The Paul Ricard Circuit, located near Le Castellet in France is a circuit favoured by many drivers and teams due to it having everything needed to push drivers to their limit.
With the long Mistral straight inviting drivers to hit incredible speeds, as well plenty of fast, medium and slow corners to contend with, the Paul Ricard leg of the series is not one to miss.
Round 4 – Motorland Aragón
25 | 26 August
Motorland Aragón plays host to the fourth round of the European Le Mans Series and is the only race in the series to be set at night.
The circuit is a new addition to the 2023 calendar presents drivers with an anti-clockwise circuit. The longest straight is nearly 1km long and 15m wide. There are plenty of overtaking opportunities through corners 12 to 15 making this a highly competitive event.
Round 5 – Spa Francorchamps
23 | 24 September
The penultimate race of the Euuropean Le Man series takes us to Belgium. Spa-Francorchamps is undoubtedly one of the most famous and exciting race circuits on any motorsport calendar. Featuring spectacular corners, linking into extremely fast straight sections, enhanced with various elevation changes.
Spa is a mentally challenging circuit for drivers where simple mistakes on it can cost seconds due to the punishing nature of the circuit.
Round 6 – Portimão
21 | 22 October
Portimão is the final track on the European Le Man Series. The track features many technical challenges for drivers with its range of slow and fast turns which include some drastic increases in gradients.
The track’s width also provides drivers with plenty of opportunities for overtaking, making the Portimão a highlight for many spectators and teams alike.