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Doing something a little different, which is plotting out routes for racetracks that appear to lack a circuit map on the internet. This circuit in particular is based in Ciney, Belgium, at what I believe is the city's cattle market. It was designed by soon-to-be F1 driver and eventual 3-time winner at Le Mans Eric van de Poele, and was raced by the Procar series in 1990 and 1991, before fading into obscurity. Apparently the the 1990 layout was longer than the 1991 layout (1.90km versus 1.55km), though apart from these measurements I don't know what route the 1990 layout took. I'm also not sure if this is the proper 1991 layout, hence the question mark in the route name.
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