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Built in the 1920s around the village and medieval castle of Nürburg in the Eifel, simply known as “The Ring” by enthusiasts it is widely considered the most dangerous and most demanding purpose-built race track in the world.

Length: 5.141km
Race distance: 67 laps / 344.916km

Full throttle: 62%
Top speed: 300kph
Longest flat-out section: 12s / 800m
Right/left-hand turns: 9/6

Tyre wear: Medium
Brake wear: High
Downforce level: Medium
Gear changes per lap: 58