• Nürburgring Nordschleife

    Nürburgring Nordschleife

    The Nordschleife is the oldest part of the Nürburgring and 20,8 km long. It has 73 turns, around 300 m of elevation. The weather can change within minutes. This and the large amout of blind turns makes “The Green Hell” the most dangerous race track in the world.

  • Nürburgring GP

    Nürburgring GP

    The Nürburgring GP track is 5,1 km long and has 15 turns. In combination with the Nordschleife the whole course of the Nürburgring becomes around 26 km long. 2020 Formula 1 returned after seven years of absense.

  • Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps

    Spa-Francorchamps

    Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps is one of the oldest racetracks in Europe and about 7 km long. The track has 20 turns and about 100 m of elevation. Spa hosts several international events including the 24 Hours of Spa.

  • Circuit Park Zandvoort

    Circuit Zandvoort

    Circuit Zandvoort is located in the dunes near Zandvoort, Netherlands. The track was last changed in the year 2020. It now has 15 turnes including 2 steep turns with a length of 4,3 km. Due to the dune sand this track especially difficult.

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    Bilster Berg

    The Bilster Berg Drive Resort is one of the newest tracks in Germany and opened 2013. It has a length of 4,2 km and 19 turns. The most dangerous part of the track is called “mouse trap” and has a slope of 26%.

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    Hockenheimring

    The Hockenheimring opened in 1932. It has 17 turns and a length of 4,6 km. There is almost no difference in elevation. The circuit has an FIA Grade 1 license and is hosting the DTM (Deutsche Tourenwagen Masters) regularly since its revival in the year 2000.

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    Motorsport Arena Oschersleben

    The Motorsport Arena Oschersleben opened 1997 and was the fourth permanent racetrack in Germany. The track is 3,7 km long and has elevation changes of around 23 m. The circuit has an FIA Grade 2 license.

  • ATP Automotive Testing Papenburg

    ATP Handling Course

    The handling course of Automotive Testing Papenburg (ATP) is a replica of the Hockenheimring short circuit. It is 2,6 km long and a width of 10 m. The ATP is also home of several other tracks for automotive testing.