|Date||03 - 05 SEPTEMBER 2021|
|Championships||World RX, RX2e, Euro RX1, Euro RX3|
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Bretagne World RX of Lohéac
Alongside Höljes, Lohéac is one of the world’s most famous rallycross tracks and – like Sweden – attracts amongst the biggest crowds of the World Championship season.
Rallycross in France began in the small village of Lohéac in Brittany in 1976, and whilst the current 1,070m circuit is on a different site, the infectious atmosphere remains.
Off the start, a short straight leads into a wide but tight 90-degree right-hand first corner, before a fast left-hander that requires only a tiny lift and then a hairpin right, which marks the entry to the Joker Lap. Staying on the standard line, a long sweeping right-hander featuring a small kink precedes a technical end to the lap, with a slippery third-gear left-hander swiftly followed by a long, second-gear right-hand turn onto the start/finish straight, calling for maximum precision.
A characteristic of all French tracks that marks Lohéac out from other World RX venues is its heavily stabilised unsealed sections, which offer quite high grip levels in the dry but can be extremely slippery in the wet.