Track’s

Nordschleife Nürburg, Germany

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Track length 12.93 MI

The Nordschleife is the ‘north loop’, one of the most demanding circuits in the world. Made legendary with races like the 24 hours of Nürburgring, it has also been open for public use since 1927. Manufacturers use the changing conditions and distinctive turns to prepare their cars and the laptimes are used as a reliable metric for a car's overall perofrmance

Rio De Janeiro, Brazil

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Track length 3.83 MI

With high-speed waterfront straights and tricky elevation shifts, Rio de Janeiro Circuit was built to test even the most skillful drivers. Narrow city streets and tunnels will open up to mountain views, so paying attention to braking zones is important.

Dubai Mountain, United Arab Emirates

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Track Length 4.51 MI 

The first thing a driver notices about this road is how easily it can be covered up by the stark, beautiful desert that stretches out seemingly forever. The second is the blistering heat. Yet, despite the punishing sun and random road hazards, Dubai offers an unparalleled experience that beckons drivers who yearn for high speeds and challenging curves.

Virginia Grand West Alton, USA

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Track Length 3.27 MI

In 1957, a group of men used a bulldozer to create one of the premier road courses in the United States. VIR is a host to a number of American motorsport contests and is even used for NASCAR test sessions.