Norisring 732

Norisring

The Norisring is a simple temporary circuit situated on the grounds of Adolf Hitler's Nüremberg rallies of the 1930s.

Country
Germany
Location
Nuremberg, Bavaria
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The Norisring is a simple temporary circuit situated on the grounds of Adolf Hitler's Nüremberg rallies of the 1930s. The track passes either side of the imposing concrete grandstands, which hold 40,000 spectators. The Norisring original took its name from the ancient word for Nüremberg (Noris) to avoid confusion with the more famous Nürburgring. A 200-mile race with healthy prize money was held here from 1967, an event that claimed the life of Pedro Rodríguez in 1971. Then part of the German Racing Championship, it has held a round of the DTM touring car series in recent years.

Circuit

Type

Temporary road course

Length

1.243 (Miles)

Description

Circuit laid out around the stadium. Track turned 90 degrees right after the start with three 90-degree left-hand corners taking it back onto the current circuit behind the Steintribune

Fastest Race Lap

Fastest Qualifying Lap

Type

Temporary road course

Length

2.299 (Miles)

Description

Return leg of the circuit rerouted behind the Steintribune to the Station Hairpin

Fastest Race Lap

Fastest Qualifying Lap

Type

Temporary road course

Length

2.486 (Miles)

Description

New circuit for motorcycle races in front of the Steintribune. Featured a crossover and a new hairpin on Beuthnerstrasse

Fastest Race Lap

Fastest Qualifying Lap

Type

Temporary road course

Length

1.007 (Miles)

Description

Circuit shortened by bypassing Beuthnerstrasse and introducing a 180-degree corner after the start

Fastest Race Lap

Fastest Qualifying Lap

Type

Temporary road course

Length

1.429 (Miles)

Description

Hairpin on Beuthnerstrasse moved to its current position

Fastest Race Lap

Hans-Joachim Stuck (Porsche 962C), 46.54s, 110.538 mph, Group C Sports Cars, 1986

Fastest Qualifying Lap

Jean-Louis Schlesser (Sauber C9/88-Mercedes-Benz), 47.790s, 107.646 mph, Group C Sports Cars, 1988

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