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|All 19 2005 Formula 1 circuits.|
Australian Grand Prix: Albert Park, Melbourne
Malaysian Grand Prix: Sepang International Circuit, Kuala Lumpar
Bahrain Grand Prix: Bahrain International Circuit, Bahrain
San Marino Grand Prix: Autodromo Enzo e Dino Ferrari, Imola
Spainish Grand Prix: Circuit de Catalunya
Monaco Grand Prix: Circuit de Monaco, Monte...
|All 17 2005 MotoGP circuits.|
Grand Periom de Espana: Jerez
Grand Periom de Espana: Estoril
Grand Prix of China: Shanghai Circuit
Grand de France: Le Mans
Gran Premio D'Italia: Mugello
Gran Premi de Catalunya: Circuit de Catalunya
TT Assen: Assen
U.S. Grand Prix: Laguna Seco
British Grand Prix: Donington Park
|The Adelaide Street Circuit (also known as the Adelaide Parklands Circuit) is a temporary street circuit in the East Parklands adjacent to the central business district of the city of Adelaide in South Australia.|
The track has hosted eleven Formula One Australian Grand Prix events from 1985 to 1995 as well as an American Le Mans Series endurance race on New Year's Eve in 2000 (Ra...
|The Sepang F1 International Circuit is the venue used for the Formula One Malaysian Grand Prix, A1 Grand Prix as well as the MotoGP Malaysian Grand Prix. It is also used as a venue for many other major motorsport events.|
Widely regarded as a benchmark for other Grand Prix venues, the Sepang circuit boasts superb pit garage and media facilities, as well as impressive grandstands a...
|The Marina Bay Street Circuit (otherwise known as the Singapore GP Street Circuit) is a street circuit around the city state's Marina Bay and is the venue for the Singapore Grand Prix. The track is 5.073 km (3.152 mi) long in a harbourside location similar in style to the Monaco Grand Prix and the new circuit in Valencia.||11/17/2011||881|
|The Bahrain International Circuit is a venue used for drag racing, GP2, and an annual Formula One Grand Prix. For the first time in 2006, there was a V8 Supercar race, named the Desert 400, and also a 24 Hour Race.|
The construction of the Bahrain circuit was a national objective for Bahrain, initiated by the Crown Prince, Shaikh Salman bin Hamad Al Khalifa. The Crown Prince is th...
|The Montjuïc circuit is a former racing circuit located on the Montjuïc mountain in Barcelona, Catalonia. It is considered among the best Formula One circuits of all time, with Autosport rating it among its ten best for their 50th anniversary of Formula One issue.|
By 1908 international motorsport was conducted at the Circuit Baix Penedès with the Copa Catalunya. In 1923 the first...
|Circuit of the Americas is a 3.427-mile (5.515 km) motor racing circuit in Travis County, Texas, near Austin. It is due to hold the Formula One United States Grand Prix on November 18, 2012, the penultimate round of the 2012 season. The circuit will also host the Texas Motorcycle Grand Prix, a round of the Road Racing World Championship — commonly known as MotoGP — in addition to the Australian...||11/16/2012||677|
|The Fundidora Park circuit in Monterrey, Mexico. It hosts Champ Car's Monterrey Grand Prix in addition to A1GP's Mexican Grand Prix.||07/07/2006||479|
|This historic circuit has been the venue for the Belgian Formula 1 Grand Prix since 1924. Sorry about the poor resolution.||06/23/2006||3,888|
|Dijon-Prenois is a 3.801 km (2.361 mile) motorsport race track located in Prenois, near Dijon, France.|
Built in 1972, Dijon-Prenois hosted the Formula 1 French Grand Prix five times, and the Swiss Grand Prix once in 1982. The first F1 race was run in 1974 on the circuit's original 3.289 km (2 mile) layout; with lap times under the 1 minute mark, there was an extreme problem with ...
|The Charade Circuit (also known as Circuit Louis Rosier) is a motorsport road course in the Auvergne mountains in France near Clermont-Ferrand, the home of Michelin and Patrick Depailler.|
Built in 1958 around the sides of an extinct volcano, the originally 8.055 km (5.005-mi) long Charade was described as an even twistier and faster version of the Nürburgring. Some drivers like J...