At the entrance to the paddock you must present one of the following three possible certificates:
Dijon is the capital of the Côte-d'Or department, and of the Bourgogne-Franche-Comté region.
Dijon | Place des Cordeliers
Dijon is known for its mustard, and for the ex-F1 track "Dijon-Prenois", located in the peripheral Prenois.
The ex-GP track of Dijon Prenois exists since 1972.
Between 1974 and 1984 the Grand Prix of France Formula 1 has been hosted 5 times by the track of Dijon Prenois.
The winners were: Ronnie Peterson from Sweden (1974), the American world champion Mario Andretti (1977), the Frenchman Jean-Pierre Jabouille (1979), the French quadruple world champion Alain Prost (1981) and the Austrian triple world champion Niki Lauda (1984).
Dijon-Prenois | 1974 | Peterson gives Lotus its 20th F1 win
Also the Grand Prix Formula 1 from Switzerland has been organized twice at Dijon Prenois.
Those have been won by the Swiss Clay Regazzoni (1975) and the Finnish world champion Keke Rosberg (1982), father of Nico Rosberg, who became world champion in 2016, 34 years after his father.
The track became world famous in 1979, due to the heroic battle - for second place during the Grand Prix of France - between the Canadian Gilles Villeneuve - father of Jacques Villeneuve, who became world champion in 1997 - and the Frenchman René Arnoux.
The lay-out of the track has been unchanged during all those years, which is unique.
Meanwhile, the surface has of course been renewed several times, the overall security has been improved, and the infrastructure has been modernized.
Free third party liability (TPL) insurance
Free timekeeping: every half day, the groups will be optimized based on the lap times
Free overnight stay possible in the guarded paddock (equipped with electricity, water and showers)
Surveillance of paddock and its entrance
Experienced organization (since 2005)
Please be aware that the maximum noise that your car may produce, while driving on track (= under "dynamic conditions"), is 100 dB (example: a Porsche GT3 with Akrapovic exhaust = OK).
Before you enter the track, it is checked whether you have mounted your towing eye at the front (or possibly at the rear).
There is a petrol station in the paddock.
Attention: the price is higher than outside the paddock.
Station-service TOTAL Access
"Relais du Bol d'Or"
Distance = 12 km | Time = 10'
+ 33 3 80 57 15 73
Boulevard de Troyes 88
There is a restaurant in the paddock.
In the paddock and in the boxes conventional as well as 3-pole (blue) EURO “Camping”-plugs can be used (= of the type “16 AMP two-pole”).
In the centre of the paddock there is a building with showers and toilets, all free of charge.
In the morning from 8.45 am
There is no code, since at the entrance everyone's "Health pass" will be checked, 24/24