This page will tel you the history of the old Brno street circuit in the Czech Republic. From the first ever Grand Prix of Czechoslovakia to the current circuit, home of the annual Moto Grand Prix of the Czech Republic.
A photo tour around the very first version of the "Masaryk Circuit", near the city of Brno in the Czech Republic, by Herman Liesemeijer. We will follow the 18.109 Miles long red course on the map above.
Rarely became a circuit that has existed such a short time so famous as the circuit of Tripoli in Libya, then a colony of Fascist Italy. This page tells about the arise of the circuit, the Tripoli Grand Prix, and what happened with it after World War Two.
The Tarzan Corner may be the most famous corner at Zandvoort. The corner where all drivers talk about is the Scheivlak. The sprint over the Hunzerug, full throttle upwards trough the Rob Slotemaker Corner, the short braking at the top of the dune and than at high speed trough the Scheivlak with its elevations. That all makes this section to one of the most beautiful sections of a race track in the world!