The best race tracks in the world
Nowadays, the popularity of racing sports has increased from race to the stones to F1. There are a large number of racetracks around the world. But few of them are an eye-catcher's paradise and a favourite among racers among all race tracks.
Located in Germany, the Nürburgring Nordschleife is 21 kilometres long with 154 bends. The lush green clusters of trees around the track make it even more mesmerising. Various race events are held here every year. These are the best race tracks in the world according to SportingFREE.
The Brazilian Grand Prix and various other racing events are currently held here. It's one of those tracks with long straights and tight corners that make racing even more interesting. Lewis Hamilton won his title in 2008 on this race track alone.
It is called the "home of British motorsport" and is the most famous race track in the United Kingdom. Silverstone Raceway is one of the few surviving old-school racetracks. As well as F1, it is also home to events such as the FIA WEC, BTCC etc. Silverstone is recognised as one of the greatest race tracks in the world.
This is one of the most challenging tracks in the world. The Mount Panorama course is located in Australia. There are also small sections of public roads on the track. Steep climbs, long straights and fast corners are features of the Mount Panorama circuit.
24 Hours of Le Mans
The circuit has hosted the famous race, the Le Mans, on several occasions. The race was first held in 1949. The Circuit de la Sarthe, also called the Circuit 24 Hours of Le Mans, is a mixture of race tracks and public roads.
The Monza circuit is one of the elite circuits and has been part of Formula-XNUMX for a long time. The Italian Grand Prix is held at the Monza circuit. The circuit consists of long straight sections with minimal corners.
This is one of the most beautiful racing circuits in the world. The Circuit de Monaco is located in Monaco, France. It has been part of the F1 calendar since 1950 and is difficult for drivers to master. The circuit is located on the seaside and is a favourite among fans.
The Laguna Seca circuit, located in California, United States of America, consists of 11 corners. The track has one of the most challenging corners in motorsport, the Corkscrew. The Corkscrew curve is blind and fits both up and down.
The Suzuka circuit hosts the Japanese Grand Prix of Formula 130. The circuit has a unique figure-of-eight layout and a wide range of corners. The circuit is set up with XNUMXR, S-curves and the Degner curve.
The circuit has a rich history and has hosted various F1 and MotoGP races. The Belgian Grand Prix circuit has sharp curves and edges, making it one of the riders' favourite circuits. The greenery on the corners of the track makes it even more attractive and makes it one of the best race tracks in the world.