The Dubai Autodrome is modern and hi-tech circuit located in the greater Dubailand area. The circuit was built to meet strict FIA safety requirements and is renown for its large asphalt run-off areas for driver safety. The track can operate in six different configurations and displays a great mix of high speed and slow speed corners with very technical sections. The configurations are laid as such that three fully independent circuits can be operating at the same time to maximise track usage. As well as a boasting a fantastic circuit, the Autodrome offers the use of modern facilities including an advanced pit complex, control room, media centre, VIP suites and a world-class medical centre as would be expected by one of the world's best motorsport venues. The reputation of the circuit is bolstered by the high class events it holds including the likes of the UAE Touring Car Championship, UAE GT Championship, UAE Sportbikes Championship, Trofeu Maserati and Porsche Cup Middle East. Since it has opened it has also been the home of the Dubai Motorsport Festival and has hosted some of the largest international series like the FIA WTCC, GP2 Asia Series, World Series by Renault and A1GP. In addition to the main circuit, there is an advanced Kartdrome facility that hosts a mixture of competitive karting and leisure Karting. The Kartdrome has hosted national championships in Cadet, Junior Rotax Max, Senior Rotax Max, and even international championships like the Biland World Finals and the Middle East Karting Championship. The Autodrome facilitates all driver abilities from professionals to new starters and the Race & Drive Centre at the circuit enables users to perfect their skills and develop as drivers. With a mixture of classroom tuition and in-car instruction, drivers get a more in-depth experience of current safety and race driving techniques. With a fleet of vehicles that includes performance road cars, tin-top race cars and single seaters there is something for everyone to try.