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Adria International Raceway

Adria International Raceway
Adria International Raceway
Location Adria, Italy
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Major events DTM; F3 Euroseries; F3 Italian; FIA GT Championship; Superleague Formula
Length 2.702 km (1.679 mi)

Adria International Raceway is a motorsport race track near Adria in the Veneto region of Northern Italy. It is a permanent road course, and is 2.702 km (1.679 mi) in length. The venue has hosted the FIA GT Championship, Italian Formula Three, Deutsche Tourenwagen Masters and the Formula Three Euroseries.

Use in simulations / games

The 2004 video game TOCA Race Driver 2, includes the circuit in the DTM section of the game. It was also used in the 2009 game Superstars V8 Racing.

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  • Accommodation


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