Every car / bike nut has dreamt about a few laps of the Nurburgring. And at 26 Euro a lap it seems like a bargain, right?
Germany’s Nurburgring is one of the longest and most challenging race tracks in the world.
Its made up of two racetracks – the Nordschleife (Northern Loop), and the Grand Prix Circuit which combined cover over 26km. This makes it the worlds current longest permanent racetrack.
It’s a race track, a testing center for new cars, and is open to the public who can zoom round for the entry fee of 26 Euro.
The Nurburgring consists of 40 left-hand bends, 50 right-hand bends and a 300m height difference.
Crashes occur daily and there are endless rumours about the number of public fatalities per year.