Paul Armagnac Circuit Nagaro

€ 49,00 (including VAT 21%)
Specifications
Product code RTA-10485
Description

Circuit Paul Armagnac also known as Circuit de Nogaro is a motorsport racetrack near Nogaro in southwestern France.

It was opened in 1960 as the first purpose-built race circuit in France. The circuit is named after Paul Armagnac, a Nogaro-born racing driver of the 1950s and 1960s. Some notable events under its belt are The French motorcycle Grand Prix from 1978 to 1982, Final round of the 2003 FIA Sportscar Championship season,

The International Formula 3000 series Grand Prix de Nogaro between 1990 and 1993 and Formula 2 from 1975 to 1978, among others.

The racetrack is available in different sizes and colours:

Black version, 23cm width (9 inch), track 8mm, 9mm height
Black version, 46cm width (18 inch), track 12mm, 20mm height + €50,-
Black version, 92cm width (36 inch), track 25mm, 35mm height + €150,-

Blue version, 23cm width (9 inch), track 8mm, 9 mm height
Blue version, 46cm width (18 inch), track 12mm, 20mm height +50,-

Red version, 23cm width (9 inch), track 8mm, 9 mm height
Red version, 46cm width (18 inch), track 12mm, 20mm height +50,-

Carbon look, 46cm width (18 inch), track 12mm, 20mm height + €100,-
Carbon look, 92cm width (36 inch), track 25mm, 35mm height + €220,-

Every circuit related item ordered by Circuitofwood.com is cut from one piece of Scandinavian wood and will be deliverd including pads to hang up easily. Items will be delivered Europewide without additional shipping costs.

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