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Tite City Circuit

The Circuit of Titeonia (Swi: Titering, Esp: Kurejo de Titeonia) is the oldest circuit in the Titeonian Federation and is considered to be its national racecource. It was purpose built for motorsport in 1918 on reclaimed military ground and has hosted the prestigous Grand Prix of Titeonia since 1950. The circuit is known for its high speeds and undulating terrain, with a particular difficulty being that many corners are hidden by the crest of a hill, thus making the correct braking distance an artform. The most successful driver at The Circuit of Titeonia is William (Billie) Wallis, who has won the Grand Prix of Titeonia five times between 1951-8. A testiment to the difficulty of achieving prolonged success at this particular circuit is that the second most successful driver - Ben Tate - has only won there twice, in 1999 and 2003. The difficult nature of the circuit has made it the scene of many fatal accidents including Billie Wallis himself. It has also claimed the lives of Quilzensippo Masalla (a multiple FX champion in the 1960s), Elroy McIlwee (A prominent racewinner in the 1930s) and John Burt (FX world champion in 1978) as well as many inexperienced racing drivers who did not yet posess the skill to tackle the notorious terrain.  

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