The Dunlop Bridge is a landmark advertising footbridge. There are several of them, situated at a number of different motor racing circuits around the world. The oldest surviving example of this bridge is at the Circuit de la Sarthe, the home of the 24 Hours of Le Mans.
The bridge is regarded as one of the most recognisable features at a motorsport venue, particularly the Circuit de la Sarthe and Donington Park, although the latter was removed during renovations for the failed attempt to stage the 2010 British F1 Grand Prix, and due to new racing safety regulations, cannot be restored.
Italics indicate that the bridge is no longer within the circuit.
|Circuit de la Sarthe||Dunlop Curve||Le Mans, Sarthe, France||1932||[nb 1]|
|Suzuka Circuit||Turn 7||Suzuka, Mie, Japan||1960s||1987|
|Surfers Paradise Raceway||Turn 1||Surfers Paradise, Queensland, Australia||1966||1987|
|Donington Park||Starkey's Straight||Leicestershire, United Kingdom||1977||2009||[nb 2]|
|Mount Panorama Circuit||Exit of The Chase||Bathurst, New South Wales, Australia||1982||[nb 3]|
|Sandown Raceway||Turn 9||Melbourne, Victoria, Australia||1989||[nb 4]|
|Tsukuba Circuit||Midfield||Shimotsuma, Ibaraki Japan|
|WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca||Turn 3||Monterey, California, United States||[nb 5]|
|Mantorp Park||Mantorp, Östergötland, Sweden|
|Circuit Paul Armagnac||Turn 11||Nogaro, Midi-Pyrénées, France|
|Sportsland SUGO||Home straight||Murata, Miyagi, Japan|
|Circuit d'Albi||Le Séquestre, Midi-Pyrénées, France|
|Circuit Carole||Home straight||Tremblay-en-France, Île-de-France, France|
|Autodrome de Linas-Montlhéry||Home straight||Linas, Île-de-France, France|
Red Bull, who also have a distinctive footbridge at race events.