There aren’t too many of the old public-roads circuits from the golden age of Formula 1 left. In my latest post at Google Sightseeing, I take you on a tour of one of these old tracks – the former home of the French Grand Prix, Reims-Gueux. Built on public roads between two villages just outside of Reims, the track hasn’t been uses as a racing circuit for four decades, but the historic spectator stands and pit stalls remain intact. What’s really interesting is that because these are still public roads, hundreds of people drive by them every day, including the Street View cameras. Take a trip around the track in the post here.