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. In 2021, the circuit shape was changed and the circuit length was extended to 4 km in order to host WTCR race from 2021 season.[1]

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.

Lap records

The official race lap records at the Adria International Raceway are listed as:

Category Time Driver Vehicle Date
GP Circuit (2002–2020): 2.702 km
Euroseries 3000 1:05.608[2] Marco Bonanomi Lola B02/50 2006 Adria Euroseries 3000 round
Superleague Formula 1:06.580 Max Wissel Panoz DP09 2010 Adria Superleague Formula round
Formula 3 1:10.425[3] Ryan Briscoe Dallara F303 2003 Adria F3 Euro Series round
DTM 1:11.669[4] Bernd Schneider AMG-Mercedes CLK-DTM 2003 2003 Adria DTM round
GT1 1:12.462[5] Jamie Davies Maserati MC12 GT1 2006 FIA GT Adria 500km
Formula 4 1:15.213[6] David Beckmann Tatuus F4-T014 2015 Adria Italian F4 round
GT2 1:15.828[5] Jaime Melo Ferrari F430 GT2 2006 FIA GT Adria 500km
TCR Touring Car 1:21.994[7] Opel Astra TCR 2017 Adria TCR Italy round
WTCC 1:22.879[8] Chevrolet Lacetti 2007 European Touring Car Cup
EuroNASCAR 1:31.841[9] Alon Day Chevrolet SS NASCAR 2016 Adria NASCAR Whelen Euro Series round

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