With our very practical foot, the Nurburgring GP circuit has a secure grip now. The racetrack sculpture depicts the layout of Nürburgring GP Circuit. The Grand Prix circuit (German: Großer Preis-Strecke) located in Nürburg, Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany is one of the fastest and safest tracks in the world.
The original Südschleife (southern loop) was demolished to make way for a new GP circuit following the Formula One accident of Nikki on the Nordschleife in 1976. In its place, a modern 4.5 km GP Circuit (GP-Strecke) was constructed in 1984 that conforms to modern safety standards. All F1 events are now held on this circuit. Reconstruction led to a circuit that offers dynamic altitude and challenging chicanes. The new track was completed in 1984 and named GP-Strecke (German: Großer Preis-Strecke: literally, "Grand Prix Course"). A few fans who disapproved the new seating arrangement as it was further away from track, called it Eifelring, Ersatzring or Grünering believing it did not deserve to be called Nürburgring.
The Nurburgring GP-Strecke, completed in 1984, played host to Formula 1 in 1984 and 1985 before regaining the GP hosting status in 1995 after a ten-year hiatus after which it resumed hosting races under names like: German, Luxembourg and European Grand Prix. To this day, a further modified version of Nordschleife, featuring 154 turns, is open for public use as well as hosting endurance races.
This article combines the useful with the pleasant and at the same time represents an excellent gift for every motorsport fan.
The track has the size of the small track (23cm), with the wood from the middle track, with foot.
The Nurburgring GP circuit with foot is available in the colors black, red and blue.
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