Interesting-looking track: Le Mas Du Clos (Saint-Avit-de-Tardes, France)
Anyone ever been? Looks like a lot of fun. Love the elevation changes in particular— always a big plus in our book.
Perhaps not worth the trip as a track destination, but if one is in the area…
Le Mas du Clos is a small French race track, located at the edge of the Pyrenees mountains, France. Originally opening in the early 1960′s, the track started life as a much shorter, 400M strip. Over the years it has been expanded, and today sits at just over 3KM. Racing does not take place as the track, the main use for the track is trackdays, for both four wheels and two…
Looking at the layout, it has a mixture of everything, some tight hairpins at the bottom end of the track, a fast downhill with several small corners in, some long sweeping corners, and even a banked corner. Because of the location it also means there is a substantial altitude difference between the top and bottom of the track, 55M…
Length: 3.1KM (1.93 mi)
We understand that there was some threat of closure as of a couple of years ago but are unsure what the current situation is.