05:25FeatureAintree Motor Racing Circuit
07:43FeatureIndianapolis Motor Speedway
10:28FeatureThe Brickyard and the Indy 500
13:15FeatureAvus Grand Prix
14:39FeatureF1 race at Avusrennen
16:53FeatureCircuit de la Sarthe
19:20FeatureRouen Les Essarts
19:57FeatureReims - Gueux
20:15FeatureClermont Ferrand and Paul Ricard
Where the early days of moto racing were road-based events: hill climbs, rallies, and city to city races, serious accidents in the international road races in the early years of 20th century led to the development of the purpose-built racetracks on which drivers could compete with little to no risk to the general public.
Brooklands was the world's first purpose-built racetrack and was soon followed by circuits in France, Spain, Italy, Germany and the United States. As the passion for speed spread around the world, so too did the facilities enable the pursuit of racing.
|Episode title||Legendary tracks – Brooklands, Monthlery, Avus...|
|Date added||4 December 2020|
|Original date||2 December 2020|