Le Mans Ultimate: The Complete Track List Guide

This guide will give you an introduction to all of the circuits in Le Mans Ultimate from the 2023 World Endurance Championships.

The release of Le Mans Ultimate brings to life the seven circuits that featured in the 2023 World Endurance Championship. Each circuit is laser-scanned and meticulously built from the ground up to bring you up-to-date, vibrant and true-to-detail versions of the tracks. 

Feel the speed from the Autodromo Nazionale Monza, ride the bumps at Sebring International Raceway, race under the lights of the Bahrain International Circuit, lay your eyes on the €80 million refurbishment of the Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps, dare to tackle the elevation changes of the Algarve International Circuit, see the breathtaking views of Mt Fuji at Fuji International Speedway and complete your World Endurance Championship journey on the legendary Circuit de la Sarthe in Le Mans.

We give you the definite rundown of every circuit in calendar order from the 2023 World Endurance Championship. 

Sebring International Raceway, Sebring, Florida, USA

Track Stats

  • WEC event: 1000 miles of Sebring
  • First opened: 1950
  • Circuit length: 6.019 km
  • Corners: 17

Sebring International Raceway kicked off the 2023 World Endurance Championship and it’s fitting this venue was on the calendar, being the oldest road racing circuit in the USA. It was also the host of the very first FIA World Endurance Championship race back in 2012.

Known for its bumpy surface, long straights, several high-speed corners, and very technical slower corners it produces some fantastic racing. The 12-hour event is considered to be one of the three pillars to form the triple crown of endurance racing.

Although not on the 2024 WEC calendar, Sebring plays an important part in USA Racing, with the most notable events being the IMSA Sportscars Championship and SRO GT Challenge USA. 

Algarve International Circuit, Portimão, Portugal

Track Stats

  • WEC event: 6 hours of Portimao
  • First opened: 2008
  • Circuit length: 4.653 km
  • Corners: 16

Portimao is one of the newest circuits in world racing and it’s become an important part of many racing series’ calendars. With its undulating nature, it has become one of the best modern day circuits and is a favourite amongst drivers. 

The new circuit brings an old-school vibe, with its roller coaster-esque layout showing off a personality many of these new venues lack, making for fantastic overtaking opportunities.

Playing host not only to the Word Endurance Championship, Portimao will see many forms of GT racing here like the European Le Mans Series, along with Formula 1 and Moto GP. Unfortunately like Sebring, it doesn’t return on the 2024 calendar.

Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps, Stavelot, Belgium

Track Stats

  • WEC event: Total energies 6 hours of Spa
  • First opened: 1922
  • Circuit Length: 7.004 km
  • Corners: 20

Spa Francorchamps has undergone several redesigns in its rich racing history since 1922, most extensively in 1979 when the track was modified and shortened from a 14.100 km circuit using public roads to a 7.004km permanent racing circuit due to safety concerns. 

In 2023 Spa Francorchamps underwent an €80 million upgrade, with various sections of the venue being changed, including Eau Rouge and Radillion, which do feature in Le Mans Ultimate, the only sim to feature this new layout currently. 

A major player in the world of racing, it hosts probably the most famous 24-hour race every year. The World Endurance Championships come here for a 6-hour race with other notable events being the European Le Mans series and Formula 1. This venue will return in 2024.

Circuit de La Sarthe, Le Mans, France

Track Stats

  • WEC event: 24 hours of Le Mans
  • First opened: 1923
  • Circuit Length: 13.626 km
  • Corners: 38

Opened just 1 year after Spa Francorchamps, Circuit De Le Sarthe in its current layout is one of the longest racing circuits in the world and probably plays host to an event that is larger than the World Endurance Championships themselves. 

The 24 Hours of Le Mans is the oldest active endurance event in world racing and it’s every team and drivers dream to be on the grid. 

It forms two different triple crowns. The first is the endurance triple crown alongside the 12 hours of Sebring and 24 hours of Daytona. The second is the triple crown of motorsport with the Monaco Grand Prix and Indianapolis 500 events. 

It remains on the 2024 calendar and is the staple event of the World Endurance Championships now for over 100 years.

Autodromo Nazionale di Monza, Monza, Italy

Track Stats

  • WEC event: 6 hours of Monza
  • First opened: 1922
  • Circuit Length: 5.793 km
  • Corners: 11

The temple of speed, rich with Italian history, is the oldest purpose-built racing circuit in Europe and is the third oldest purpose-built racing circuit in the world after Brooklands and Indianapolis. 

Monza is another venue that has transformed over the years, with its previous high-speed, high-banked corners now nestled in the woodlands around the race track. 

You will find many forms of motorsport here including the European Le Mans Series, World Superbikes, Touring Cars and of course Formula 1. 

In 2023 Monza played host to the 6-hour event in the World Endurance Championship but made way for another Italian venue in 2024, Imola.

Fuji Speedway, Oyama, Shizouka, Japan

Track Stats

  • WEC event: 6 hours of Fuji
  • First opened: 1965
  • Circuit length: 4.563 km
  • Corners: 16

Built in the 1960s, Fuji Speedway is a motorsport venue standing in the foothills of the famous Mount Fuji that was originally meant to be a banked superspeedway to hold NASCAR races in Japan until money ran out.

It became the road racing venue we know today – with many many upgrades and variation changes along the way after new investment came in. It briefly held Formula 1 races in the early 2000s after renovations but has been a regular venue for the World Endurance Championships since 2012.

It features a good mixture of technical and high-speed sections, with elevation changes and one of the longest straights in motorsport at 1.47km in length. It’s still on the calendar in 2024.

Bahrain International Circuit, Sakhir, Bahrain

Track Stats

  • WEC event: 8 hours of Bahrain
  • First opened: 2004
  • Circuit Length: 5.412 km
  • Corners: 15

One of the newer venues in world motorsport alongside Portimao, Bahrain came along in 2004 and became the first venue to host a Formula 1 Grand Prix in the Middle East. It has become a staple in the World Endurance Championships also, being used since 2012. 

The event has been used in two formats, with a 6-hour format used between 2012 and 2017, with the 8-hour format used between 2019 to the present day. In 2021 the World Endurance Championship travelled to Bahrain twice in one season because of Fuji being cancelled. So they used both formats that year. 

It remains as the final round of the World Endurance Championship and is still on the calendar in 2024, although interestingly it uses the ‘F1 layout’ instead of the ‘endurance layout’ that would add an extra tight and technical section to the race.

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