Tour de France 2023 Route stage 4: Dax - Nogaro

Tour de France 2023Tuesday 4 July - Stage 4 presents the last stage start in the Basque Country. The riders clip into their pedals in spa town Dax to travel to Nogaro. The race is 182 kilometres long and finishes on Circuit Paul Armagnac also known as Circuit de Nogaro is a motorsport race track

In fact, the last 3 kilometres take place on the motorsport race track befpre the fast men are likely to have it their way.

The of the 4th stage of the Tour de france is not very remarklable. Gently undulating roads lead the riders away for the Atlantic Coast. The route goes as far east as Vic-Fezensac before returning to westwards with almost 40 kilometres to go.

The Circuit Paul Armagnac has seen its fair share of fast finishes. In the distant past the likes of Alain Prost and Jean Alesi were victorious on the track, when it was still used for major sports car events, but one of the biggest name in the history of cycling also won here. Eddy Merckx took the the spoils in the 1974 edition of the Criterium des As, while Tom Scully won a stage in the 2017 Route du Sud on the racing track.

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Tour de France 2023 stage 4: route, profile, more

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