The Circuit de Ledenon is a permanent race track, located in Ledenon, France. Planning on the track began in 1970, and by mid 1973, the facility had been built and was ready to bs used. It has been in use ever since, and has seen action from Touring Cars, Formula Renault and GT racing. Looking at the layout, the track is set in a natural bowl, which in turn means it has a substantial amount of altitude change, the largest of any track in France. Another challenge for drivers is that it runs in the opposite direction to all the other large race tracks in France, anti clockwise.