7 Abandoned Circuits you can Visit Legally!

What will you discover in this free e-book?

In "7 Abandoned Circuits you can Visit Legally!" I take you to 7 abandoned circuits in 4 different countries. I tell you the history, how to get there and what there is to see.

  • Unique information from my own experience
  • The history of the circuit
  • Tips what there is to see
  • How to get there
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Which circuits are covered?

Reims-Gueux

The most known circuit ruine is old Reim-Gueux in Northern France. The best is that all buildings are preserved as a reminder of a bygone era. Every nostalgic set motorsport fan should visit this site at least once in his life!

Old Hockenheim

The old circuit of Hockenheim, with its long straights through the fores... It still appeals to the imagination of many motorsport fans. Unfortunately, this part was destroyed in 2002, because Formula One bosses wanted a "more audience friendly" Hockenheim. This is still one of the most controversial renovations of a circuit ever.

Brooklands

Brooklands is the mother of all circuits. It opened in 1907 as the very first permanent circuit in the world! With its high banked corners this circuit ruin is an interesting object to visit, and a must for every self-respecting motorsport enthusiast.

Nürburgring Südschleife

A special circuit ruine is the Nürburgring Südschleife. We all know the famous Nordschleife and the current Grand Prix Circuit. But once the Südschleife was also part of this legendary race track. In my e-book I tell you what's left of it and how to find the forgotten part of the Nürburgring.

Autodromo Nazionale di Monza

Even though it has not been used since 1966, the old Monza banking is still appealing to the imagination. It remains a popular object for a visit to nostalgic car enthusiasts. Many try to climb the steep corners and find out that it is not so easy...

Besides the banked oval, I also paid attention to the abandoned Pirelli Track.

Motodrom Gelsenkirchen (Almaring)

A rather unknown abandoned circuit is Motodrom Gelsenkirchen, in the west of Germany. Because it was built on the site where first the coking plant Alma was located, it was nicknamed Almaring. It was mainly used for stockcarraces for amateurs. In the 80s it had to close because of noise complaints. But the track simply remained in the forest.

Opel-Rennbahn

In 1922 the Opel-Rennbahn opened as test circuit for car manufacturer Opel. But soon one saw the commercial possibilities of a race circuit, and races were organized in the weekends. Since 1946 the Opel-Rennbahn is no longer used and became overgrown. Today it is a monument and you can still visit the old banked oval.

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