Nurburgring Circuit

Speedsector Visit: 2-12 June 2017

The Green Hell Legend

Since its construction (1925 – 1927), the Nordschleife has enjoyed a reputation as a terrifying and merciless route through the Eifel forests. An English journalist who visited the Nordschleife during the opening race on 18 June 1927 even concluded “that it seemed as if a reeling, drunken giant had been sent out to determine the route”. The Formula 1 pilot Sir John Young Jackie Stewart – after all a three-time world champion in 1969, 1971 and 1973 – was so impressed by the circuit that he gave it the name which it will probably never lose: Green Hell (Grüne Hölle).

 Racing and winning on the Nordschleife has always been very special for racing drivers, because the track is one of the most demanding in the world. Tricky corners, treacherous crests, steep inclines and gradients an d constantly changing road surfaces demand great skill from the driver and put vehicles to a hard test.

The best-known event today is the ADAC Zurich 24-hour race, which is held on both the Nordschleife and the Grand Prix circuit and which for four days transforms the entire circuit into a huge spectacle. Up to 800 amateurs and professionals in up to 200 cars take part in this race.

Cicruit De Spa – Francorchamps

Speedsector Visit: 2-12 June 2017 


Regularly voted as tops by the drivers of the world, the Circuit of Spa-Francorchamps is part of the legendary motorsport tracks in the same way as Le Mans, Indianapolis or Monaco.

A regular theatre since 1985 of the F1 Grand Prix of Belgium, this legendary track, a little more than 7 km, the longest in the world championship, well deserves its official status of “the most beautiful circuit in the world”. This global label for the Spa loop is rarely disputed and must be due to its undulating profile, to its quick turns, with its famous and unique Raidillon, of course, but also to a natural and majestic setting, in the middle of forests of fir trees in which the noise of the engines resonate. A real jewel constantly adapted to the very latest in FIA safety standards with an infrastructure as well maintained as the legend. A monument of Belgian history as well known throughout the world as the Atomium or the Grand Place of Brussels.

Autodromo Nazionale Monza

Speedsector Visit: May 2014

The Autodromo Nazionale Monza is a race track located near the city of Monza, north of Milan, in Italy. Built in 1922, it is the world’s third purpose-built motor racing circuit after those of Brooklands and Indianapolis.[4] The circuit’s biggest event is the Formula One Italian Grand Prix. With the exception of 1980, the race has been hosted there since the series’s inception.[5]

Built in the Royal Villa of Monza park in a woodland setting,[6] the site has three tracks – the 5.793-kilometre (3.600 mi) Grand Prix track,[2] the 2.405-kilometre (1.494 mi) Junior track,[3] and a 4.250-kilometre (2.641 mi) high speed oval track with steep bankings which has been unused for many decades and is now decaying.[5] The major features of the main Grand Prix track include the Curva Grande, the Curva di Lesmo, the Variante Ascari and the Curva Parabolica. The high speed curve, Curva Grande, is located after the Variante del Rettifilo which is located at the end of the front straight or Rettifilo Tribune, and is usually taken flat out by Formula One cars.

Autodromo Enzo e Dino Ferrari

Speedsector Visit: June 2015

The Autodromo Internazionale Enzo e Dino Ferrari is an auto racing circuit near the Italian town of Imola, 40 kilometres (24.9 mi) east of Bologna and 80 kilometres (49.7 mi) east of the Ferrari factory in Maranello. The circuit is named after Ferrari’s late founderEnzo and his son Dino who had died in the 1950s. Before Enzo Ferrari’s death in 1988 it was called ‘Autodromo Dino Ferrari’. The circuit has FIA Grade 1 license.[1]

It was the venue for the Formula One San Marino Grand Prix (for many years two Grands Prix were held in Italy every year, so the race held at Imola was named after the nearby state) and it also hosted the 1980 edition of the Italian Grand Prix, which usually takes place in Monza. When Formula One visits Imola, it is seen as the ‘home circuit’ of Ferrari and masses of tifosi (Ferrari supporters) come out to support the local team.

Imola, as it is colloquially known, is one of the few major international circuits to run in an anti-clockwise direction. (Istanbul Park,Korea International Circuit, Marina Bay Street Circuit, Autódromo José Carlos Pace, Circuit of the Americas, and the Yas Marina Circuit are other anti-clockwise circuits used recently by Formula One.)

Mugello Circuit

Speedsector Visit: June 2016

Mugello Circuit (Autodromo Internazionale del Mugello) is a race track in Mugello, Tuscany, Italy. Its length is 5.245 km (3.259 mi). It has 15 turns and a long straight (1141 metres).[1] The circuit stadium stands have a capacity of 50,000.

Grand Prix motorcycle racing host an annual event here (MotoGP and smaller classes). Also, the Deutsche Tourenwagen Masters hold an annual event. The track is property of Scuderia Ferrari which uses it for Formula One testing. The first race of the A1GP 2008/09 season was originally planned to be held at the Mugello circuit on 21 September 2008. However, the race had to be cancelled due to the delay in building the new chassis for the new race cars.

Serres Circuit

Speedsector Visit: 14-16 October 2016 | 19-20 March 2016 | 9-11 Oceober 2015 | 17-20 October 2014 | March 2014

Our event which concentrate driving on the track have called RACETRACK EXPERIENCE. The word “experience” is very important to us and always make sure to be memorable and unique. The next RACETRACK EXPERIENCE event will take place at the Circuit of Serres on 16 October. The Circuit of Serres is located South-West of the city of Serres between Omonia Athletic Park covering 1,000 acres.

The track was built in 1998. It has been built in accordance with technical safety requirements up to level Formula 3. It is the largest in the Balkans, with a length of 3.186 meters and a width of 12-15 meters. The Circuit of Serres is the only track in the country but also in the Balkans which completely meets the design specifications of the International Motorcycling Federation (FIM) and the International Automobile Federation (FIA).

Athens Circuit – Megara

Speedsector Visit: May 2014

The Athens Circuit (formerly Aftokinitodromio Megaron, Greek Αυτοκινητοδρομίο Μεγαρών) is a permanent racing circuit in the town of Megara in Greece. The sports complex is located 35 km from downtown Athens.

Construction began in 1994 and was completed in 1998. The 200 hectare facility Aftokinitodromio Megaron was the first permanent motor racing circuit in Greece. The course has a length of 2,100 meters, has 6 right and 4 left turns and an average width of 11 12 meters. The longest straight measuring 580 meters. The route is mainly used for motorcycle racing. It found – on a shortened variant – also karting instead.