The CUPRA SimRacing Series will continue in 2020. The participants can show off their skills on the world’s most beautiful race tracks. These 13 routes are part of the virtual challenge.
The Nürburgring is one of the most traditional race tracks in the world. On June 18, 1927, motorsport races were held here for the first time. Major racing series such as Formula 1 and the 24-hour race have made history here. The Grand Prix circuit is 5,148 kilometers long.
The Autodromo Enzo e Dino Ferrari is also one of the most famous racetracks in the world. The course gained notoriety in 1994 due to the accidental deaths of the two Formula 1 drivers Roland Ratzenberger and Ayrton Senna. The route length is 4,933 kilometers.
No race track is more beautiful than Circuit Park Zandvoort. The course winds its way through 4,259 kilometers through the dunes of the Netherlands. Various motorsport races have been held here since 1948.
In addition to Imola, the Autodromo Nazionale di Monza is another race track in Italy on which the participants of the CUPRA SimRacing Series can measure themselves virtually. The course is located in the Royal Park in Monza and is 5,793 kilometers long.
Red Bull Ring GP
The course in Spielberg has been one of the most popular racetracks in the world since 2011. Formula 1 and the Moto GP are regular guests here. On its 4,318 kilometers, the racetrack has a lot of surprises due to its immense differences in altitude.
As the name suggests, the racetrack is located in Slovakia, about 36 kilometers from the capital Bratislava. It was only completed in 2009 and is 5.922 kilometers long.
In addition to the Nürburgring, the Hockenheimring is certainly the most famous race track in Germany. Motor racing has been held here since 1932. It is 4.574 kilometers long and was a regular guest in Formula 1 for many years.
The Shanghai International Circuit has been one of the most popular courses in motorsport since 2004. The racetrack is based on the Chinese character shàng and is 5,451 kilometers long.
The Dubai Autodrome opened in 2004, making it one of the most modern racetracks in the world. It can be used in four different ways. The longest route is 5.377 kilometers long.
The 5.807-kilometer circuit in Japan is one of the most demanding racetracks in the world. Many changes of direction and a lot of curves should demand a lot from the participants of the CUPRA SimRacing Series.
Brands Hatch Indy
The Brands Hatch Circuit is one of the oldest racetracks used in the CUPRA SimRacing Series. The course is located southeast of London and is 3,910 kilometers long.
Spa Francorchamps GP
The more than 7 km long route is one of the most legendary courses in racing. The Belgian race track is one of the regular Formula 1 tracks.
The Guia Circuit is driven on the streets of Macau. The distance is over 6 kilometers and is therefore unusually long for a street circuit. The tight course and confusing curves often lead to accidents. A challenge for the drivers of the CUPRA SimRacing Series.
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