Built in 1969 at the commune of Le Castellet near Marseille, the circuit lies 10 kilometres north of the French Riviera and boasts an impressive 247 different configurations.
With a perfect blend of low-,medium- and high-speed corners, Paul Ricard has earned a reputation as a track that is tough to tame. It is a fantastic technical challenge for drivers and teams alike.
Facing high top speeds on the1.8km Mistral Straight – and extreme G-forces – producing the perfect lap can be difficult, especially with such an abrasive Tricolore run-off to punish errors.
Just as Sir Jackie Stewart made history by winning the circuit’s inaugural World Championship Grand Prix race in 1971, Theeba Motorsport too has high hopes for the second race weekend of 2023.