World Superbikes

Germany Round Nuerburgring

Germany Round
The Nürburgring, known as simply "the Ring" by enthusiasts, is the name of a famous motorsport race track in Nürburg, Germany, built in the 1920s around the village and medieval castle of Nürburg in the Eifel, which is about 70 kilometres south of Cologne and 100 kilometres northwest of Mainz.

On 22 August, 2007 Miller Motorsports Park announced a three-year deal to bring the FIM Superbike World Championship to the track; the Superbike World Championship will race at the track for the first time on 1 June 2008 with the AMA Superbike Championship. To avoid direct comparisons between World Superbike and AMA Superbike, and because of sponsorship issues the two championships will race on different configurations of the circuit. World Superbike will use the Outer course, while AMA Superbike and its support classes will use the Full course
Race Track Details
Creation date
1920
First SuperBike GP
Grand Prix held
Spectactor capacity
220,000
Race Date
June 15 2008
Nuerburgring
Address
Nuerburgring
Nurburgring Gmbh
D-5489
Nurburg/Eifel
Telephone
(49) 2691 3020
Fax
(49) 2691 302155
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Nuerburgring All Time Records
Track length
5.148 km
Number of laps
Number of corners
Left - Right -
Corner Radius
Min - Max -
Pole Position
Right
Maximum Slope
Down - ° Up - °
Finish Line Length
m
Best lap
Record Pole
Germany Round Nuerburgring Previous Winners
Year
2008
Rider
Team
Race No