The racetrack is available in two colors:
The sizes are:
12mm thick and a width of 92cm
The racetrack layout has the complete current layout of Nürburging which incorporates the:
-North Loop (also known as Nordschleife)
-GP Circuit (formerly South Loop or Südschleife)
Nestled among Eifel Forest in Nürburg, Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany – Nurburg racetrack runs 13 miles long with 70 turns, blind corners, jumps and drops. The exhilarating track offers sun on one half of the course and rain on the other.
Since its inception in late 1920s, the track has undergone major revamping several times, although the basic layout has survived which consists of two tracks, north and south. The 20.8 km Nordschleife (northern loop) hold on to most of the original design.
However, 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-Strecke was constructed in 1984 that conforms to modern safety standards. All F1 events are now held on this circuit.
The two tracks—one very safe, the other quite dangerous—sit adjacent to one another. The Nürburgring is often referred to as the Nürburgring Nordschleife because the North Loop (Nordschleife) is what people actually drive today. Some major events under its belt are FIA Formula One, German Grand Prix, European Grand Prix, Luxembourg Grand Prix, Superbike World Championship, DTM, 24 Hours Nürburgring, 1000km Nürburgring and VLN.
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