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Located in south-west France near the town of Nogaro, the Circuit Paul Armagnac has hosted multiple top-tier motorsport events and featured some of the biggest personalities to have graced the sport.

Built in 1960, the venue welcomed its first Grand Prix Moto World Championship event in 1975 followed by rounds of the FIA Sportscar Championship, Formula 3000 and Formula Three Euro Series in recent years. Circuit Paul Armagnac has also played an important role in developing the careers of motorsport legends including the likes of Rene Arnoux, Gerhard Berger, Ricardo Patrese and Alain Prost.

The FIA GT Championship visited the circuit in 2008 for the Nogaro 2 Hours event but the series returned to Nogaro in 2012 in an revised format as the FIA GT1 World Championship.

Nearest major town: Mont-de-Marsan
Nearest airport: Toulouse

Click here to access the circuit website: Paul Armagnac, Nogaro

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Rennstrecke Paul Armagnac, Nogaro
Circuit Length 3.636km/2.259mi
Lap Record TBC
Number of Corners 13
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02 April 2013

FIA GT - France - Main Race Watch Again, Nogaro

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Race Times (GMT+01:00)
Fri 29 March 2013
Free Practice 1
15:10 - 16:30
Sat 30 March 2013
Free Practice 2
10:05 - 11:25
Qualifying
15:15 - 16:15
Sun 31 March 2013
Qualifying Race
14:15 - 15:15
Mon 01 April 2013
Main Race
14:15 - 15:15
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