The Norisring is a renowned street-based circuit in Germany, featuring a challenging 2.3 km asphalt track winding through tight turns and long straightaways. It is used for a variety of motor racing series, such as DTM, Truck GP and ADAC GT Masters.
Nearest track of a similar category is Hockenheimring (185 kilometers away).
The Norisring is one of the few street circuits in the world and has been in constant use since 1947 when it held the German Touring Car Championship.
Norisring is a 3.3km track and the only track in the world situated on four bridges, which form the famed "Quadriga".
Norisring was the first circuit to ever host a Formula Two race and also the first to be sponsored by a cigarette company.
Its unique 'Quadriga' features four statues of the gods Jupiter, Juno, Neptune, and Mercury.
The Norisring is the only track in the world in which cars race through a city center, making the race exciting for fans and drivers.
The Norisring is home to the German Touring Car Championship, the Formula Three Euro Series, and the World Touring Car Championship.
Over 50 years ago, Norisring hosted a Formula One race, and in 2008 and 2009 the venue held the WTCC Race of Germany.
Its tight corners and "Tunnel Hill" are a challenge for drivers and feature prominently in Norisring events.
The Norisring’s "Schafferling" is an ever-increasingly challenging turn, as the surface and angle of the uphill bend make it difficult for drivers to pass through.
The track hosting activity each year on the first weekend of July and is seen as a festival weekend for the residents of Nuremberg.