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May 10th, 2013 | Published by Harlo in Track Maps of the Past
With the future of the Nürburgring in some doubt these days, let’s hope that this map is still good for another 86 years.
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My fear is that some sheikh from Abu Dhabi will buy it to make it his own personal playground.
It saddens me that authorities, without any thought of historical heritage, can just rip a piece of it away. As a retired Coach Driver and long time supporter of motorsport, who used to take my passengers on excursions around the ” ‘Ring”, I’m devastated they are even contemplating it’s decimation…
Ironicall brings to mind Brooklands, the German Company Mercedes, saved the remains of that track…
It’s never gonna be the same as before, but since it’s too dangerous for most modern cars, that’s not a bad thing.
At least on the computer it can stay as it was – and driven safely. Even the Suedschleife was built, which is a treat!
Old sign with track map: http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/8/80/Nurburgring.jpg
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