The Motorsport Arena Oschersleben is a 3.6 km long race track located in the city of Oschersleben, Germany, with various twists and turns providing plenty of challenge to racing drivers. It plays host to many regional and international motorsport events such as the VLN.
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Nearest track of a similar category is Sachsenring (168 kilometers away).
The Motorsport Arena Oschersleben circuit is the only permanent race track in Germany with a length of 3.696km.
It was opened in 1997 and originally designed as a road racing circuit for motorcycles.
It is the only track in the world to host all three German DMV racing class championships: Motorcycles, Touring Cars and Single-Seater.
It was formerly used as a military base, being opened by German supermodel Claudia Schiffer on July 19, 1997.
The track features 16 turns and is located in a valley surrounded by trees.
The Oschersleben circuit is part of the FIA GT Championship and the VLN racing series.
It is also the venue for the world's first 24 hour race for motorcycles.
The fastest lap ever recorded on the track was a 1:20.536 by current Formula One driver Valtteri Bottas in a Mercedes-Benz C-Class DTM car.
The track is used for testing by major auto manufacturers such as BMW and Volkswagen.
It is one of the few circuits that offers night racing, with floodlights providing light during long endurance events.