This page tells the history of one of the first permanent race tracks in Germany. The Opel-Rennbahn, also known as Opel Test Track. Original intended for testing only, but later
This page tells the story about the less famous part of the old Nürburgring, the Südschleife. Compare to it's big brother the Nordschleife, this part belongs to the past. Südschleife, the
This page tells the story about Germany's most demanding race track and the longest permanent circuit in the world. The old Nürburgring, also known as the "Grüne Hölle" (Green Hell).
Népliget, a park in the Hungarian capital Budapest, was once the place where the first ever Hungarian Grand Prix took place in 1936. It would be a heroic battle where
This page tells the story of the old street circuit of Montjuich Park, located in Barcelona, capital of the region Catalonia in Spain. Once it was one of the finest
There is no pretender to Lobethal's crown. When we look at the circuits that have seen racing in Australia, we might place Bathurst at the top of the list, or
The Grenzlandring (Borderland circuit) in Germany, situated close to the Dutch border, was from 1948 to 1952 the fastest circuit in Europe. This 5,6 miles long oval street circuit was
The Chimay Circuit in Belgium was once an ultra fast street circuit which could compare with old Spa-Francorchamps. Through the years it changed because of safety issues. Today the circuit of Chimay