March 9, 2002

The legendary Grandprix2 track of Bob Culver converted and reworked by Dieter C. Serowy, ported to software-mode by Nik J Gill

Circuit de Reims 1966 / France

for Grandprix3 and Grandprix3-2000

click here for the history of the Circuit de Reims


Click to download gp3 and gp3-2000 hardware version here: (about 2.1 MB)
Click to download gp3 and gp3-2000 software version here: (about 910 k)

For instructions and installation see file GP3FRM.TXT included in the zip-file

Click to download Reims-menuart for gp3 and gp3-2000 here: ReimsMenuart (about 700 k)
Click to download additional Reims-menuart for gp3-2000 here: ReimsMenuart2k (about 1.7 MB)

You will need the Art Tool by Marc Aarts for installing these files. Follow the instructions in the ArtTool.txt!

* Copyright / Permissions *

This work may be freely copied and distributed, as long as it is not modified in
any way, NO FEE IS CHARGED and this file is always included.

* Disclaimer *

This circuit is provided "as is" without warranty of any kind, either expressed
or implied. The author will not be held responsible for any losses incurred,
either directly or indirectly by the use of this circuit.

This is not a Microprose/Hasbro/Infogrames product.
Grandprix 3 is copyright © Geoff Crammond.

(Images based on screenshots from Grandprix3; Carshape/Carset by Richard J Goniu)

Thanks to

- Geoff Crammond for Grandprix3
- Paul Hoad for the track-editor
- Marc Aarts for the jam-tool, cmagic and his help to convert the track
- Rene SDI Smit for gpXpatch
- Mal Ross for jam2jad.exe

- Bob Culver for his incredible Reims-GP2-track and his permission to convert and rework his track for GP3
- Addie "The Pitlane Doktor" Walti for encouragement, major help, bug-fixing and hosting this track

- Special thanks to Nik J. Gill for the sw-version

- Slygue for his Dunlop-Bridge

Thanks to the beta-testers (alphabetical order):
- Augusto Dewey
- Florian Jesse
- Gabriele Profeta
- Slygue
- Hernán Pablo Viglione
- Addie Walti

Very special thanks to Marion!


Reims is a very old circuit which badly needs a new surface. It was known as a bumpy track even in the 1960s.You will notice some serious bumps, so be sure to set the ride height to maximum before you leave the pits :-)

e-mail to Dieter C. Serowy <>

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