|Date||30 - 31 July, 2022|
|Championships||World RX, RX2e, Euro RX3|
|Hashtags||#WorldRX #NurburgringRX #GermanyRX|
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World RX of Germany
Based around the Mullenbachsleife section of the famous Grand Prix circuit, the Nürburgring’s 1,029m rallycross track was launched in 2020.
The start line – the highest point of the rallycross course – is located at Turn Six of the Grand Prix circuit, with a 90-degree right-hand corner to begin the lap. The start section is only used once, against the flow of the track, with the Turn One right-hander being a left-hander for the racing lap.
The rallycross track drops down steeply after Turn Two, transitioning from unsealed to sealed surfaces using part of the Grand Prix circuit’s asphalt, before a second unsealed section at Turn Three, with the Joker Lap section running around the outside of the Turn Four left-hander.
The circuit has an elevation change of more than 15 metres over the course of the lap and gradients of up to 12%, with almost the whole track lined by grandstands to guarantee fans an unrivalled viewing experience.