The Bugatti Circuit is a part of the Circuit des 24 Heures, also known as the 24 Hours of Le Mans circuit, located in Le Mans, France. The Bugatti Circuit is named after Ettore Bugatti, the founder of the Bugatti automobile company, and was first used in 1965.
The circuit is 4.185 km long and features a variety of corners, including fast sweepers and tight hairpins. The Bugatti Circuit is known for its technical layout and demanding nature, and requires a high level of skill and precision from drivers.
While the 24 Hours of Le Mans race uses the full Circuit des 24 Heures, the Bugatti Circuit is used for a variety of other motorsport events throughout the year. The circuit has hosted a number of national and international events, including the French motorcycle Grand Prix, the FIA World Endurance Championship, and the Superbike World Championship.
In addition to motorsport events, the Bugatti Circuit is also used for testing and development by a variety of automotive manufacturers. The circuit's demanding layout and diverse range of corners make it an ideal testing ground for both race cars and road cars.
Today, the Bugatti Circuit remains an important part of the motorsport landscape in France and continues to attract fans and drivers from around the world. With its technical layout and rich history, the circuit is a favorite among motorsport enthusiasts and remains a staple of the motorsport calendar.