Situated 60 kilometres south of Dakar at Sindia and 20 kilometres from Saly seaside resort, Dakar Baobab race circuit is set in the heart of the Senegal Savannah, and is West Africa’s first permanent racetrack. Consisting of 21 corners on an 80 hectare site, the track is 4.7 kilometres long, has a minimum width of 12 metres at the start, is 15 metres wide at the finish, and complies with the requirements of the Fédération Internationale l’Automobile (FIA).
The circuit has already attracted many professional drivers thanks to the quality of the track and the unique environment surrounding it. The complex includes a control tower, pits, sanitary installations, car parking and a cafeteria, all designed in the traditional Malian architectural style.
Lap record: 1’48″759 by Frédéric Makowiecki on Norma on June 21, 2008
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