Autodrome St-Eustache has been repaved.
Well, mostly. The infamous Quebecois circuit, located 45 minutes north of Montreal, and once home of the Quebec rounds of the Parts Canada Superbike Championship, received some much-needed resurfacing.
Although not all the course was resurfaced, $100,000 was invested to repave large portions of the road course, as well as part of the eighth-mile drag strip.
The circuit had deteriorated after years of hard use from both cars and motorcycles. Work was focused on known problem areas, and although CMG was unable to actually ride the repaired circuit, Carl Wener, a former motorcycle racer and current automobile racer who has lots of time at the track, lapped the course in his Acura Integra race car and gave it the thumbs up, claiming that it seemed motorcycle friendly.
Track info can be found at autodrome.ca.
Kinda like polishing a t*rd…
I raced there once years ago and swore I’d never go back. New pavement won’t help that track much..