Venues for Circuit Moto

About Estoril

The Estoril circuit is located in the hills behind the coastal town of the same name, not far from Lisbon. The circuit has been host to F1 in the distant past, but is more know recently for having hosted MotoGP for 12 years. There is also the possibility of a WSB round being held here this year (2016).

The track which is 2.7 miles in length consists of 13 corners, varying from slow 30-35mph chicanes, to flat out parabolica style corners. It also squeezes in two hairpins and a near kilometre long start finish straight. Constructed on a rocky plateau, the circuit benefits from noticeable natural elevation changes. This challenging layout along with the massive breaking zones all combine to make an exhilarating lap. Certainly a place to mark off the track day list.


Estoril Stats

Starting Times: 10am-1pm,2pm-6pm
Noise Levels: N/A
Camping: Available
Petrol: Not available
Pit Garages: Available
Circuit Length: 2.7 Miles
left Corners: 4
Right Corners: 9
Track Width: 10 to 18m
Length of straight: 985m
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