I have been to lots of circuits around the world as a motorcycle race instructor, there's not much to se but it would have been rude not to go when being so close.
Our visit was in fact some years ago, but while reviewing a hotel nearby, the website has prompted me to submit comments. Anyone with an interest in motorsport history will find this a fascinating, haunting (and quite possibly haunted) place, as the pits, grandstand and other buildings still stand beside what is little more than a country lane. It is... More
The circuit, being built on public roads, is easily accessible to this day, and has become a popular place for motoring enthusiasts to stop by on a driving holiday to take a few minutes to sit in the old grandstands, walk amongst the derelict pit buildings and dream of days gone by. Loved it!
If you follow the touristic champagne route, make a small detour and drive to Gueux and stop at the old racetrack along the D27, even if you are not a race fan. The old grandstand and pits on each side of the road are the last remainders of what was once a historic race track. Great place to take pictures.... More
The Circuit de Reims-Gueux was an intersting find. Sitting out there on an open road are these grandstands and pit stalls for the races which used to be run here. The condition of some of the stairs and other areas are not the best, but the look and feel is very cool, especially for a gear head.
Finally we managed to visit the Circuit de Reims-Gueux on route to Dijon. Great to see and take a few pics by the grandstand.
Active as a Formula 1 circuit between 1938 and 1960's most of the circuit itself has long gone, but the pits and grandstand now sit astride the highway (D27). Not much else there but well worth a little detour.
Please note the address for this place is wrong! It puts it right in the middle of Reims and that is not the case !!!!!! Go to Gueux west of Reims!!!!!!
If you're travelling on the the A4 or A26, or staying in the local area then this is a must visit for any motor race fan..
Well preserved, many of the signs have been repainted and preserved. There is some space on the side of the road if you would like to stop and walk around. There are signs though saying that you cannot enter any of the pit areas. There are some exhibits/memorials in a few of the pits which are interesting to see. Very... More
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