Motocross, Valkenswaard, motocross track

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Localization:
Netherlands
Noord-Brabant
Valkenswaard
Basic data:
1968
1

Valkenswaard MX is a Motocross circuit in the Netherlands, which has a MX1 and MX2 World Motocross Championship GP. It is located on the outskirts of the small town of Valkenswaard, not far from Eindhoven.

The motoclub was founded in 1968 and the first Motocross GP took place in 1974, which was won by Sylvain Geboers. Since then, many GPs have been held. When analyzing the terrain, it can be seen that it is a sandy terrain, which makes it an extremely physical circuit. Deep ruts are formed throughout the day that require a very technical driving. Most of the jumps and hills on the track are artificial, not natural, with very few natural hills in place, similar to most tracks in the Netherlands.

Valkenswaard is only open for races, tests are not conducted. The track is based on the Eurocircuit Motorsport Park, there is also a Rallycross course in the place.

Facilities:
  • Motocross
  • Bar
  • Toilets
  • Tribune
  • Watering system
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