F1 » Six of the Best: Short-lived Grand Prix circuits

Heading to one of the newest circuits on the F1 calendar, Crash.net columnist Will Saunders explores those venues that failed to make a long-term impression on the sport…

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October 04, 2013 9:46 AM

You're all missing the shocking Nivelles circuit in Belgium, used twice in the seventies to help ease factional French/Walloon-speaker tensions. Basically a bent P-shape, all literature these days claims the circuit has been torn up. I beg to differ, and I have humped my Jag round the 90% that remains, in fact it can be done in a clockwise/anticlockwise 4 mile run thanks to a helpfully installed roundabout and lax secrity guards who don't put barriers down. It has the look and feel of a scaled-up Curborough, which says it all about why it only lasted two Grands Prix

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