Bilster Berg

Bad Driburg, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany

The former ammunition depot in East Westphalia

With just 10 years under its belt, the Bilster Berg is one of the youngest permanent tracks in Europe. The facility was designed by renowned architect Hermann Tilke exclusively for test drives, driving training and presentations.

The track is embedded in the topographical conditions and takes over many of the former roads and paths of the former military site.

Turn 1

Kugelkopf

The finishing straight rises towards the end and makes a slight curve to the left, which makes braking into Turn 1 a particular challenge.

Turn 11

Mausefalle

Probably the most famous curve on the Bilster Berg. The gradient of about 26% demands everything from the vehicle and the driver.

Turn 15

Clubhaus-S

The Clubhouse-S is a very fluid chicane with a small gradient. If you hit the corner cleanly, you can take a lot of momentum onto the following straight.


Important to know

  • You will find a petrol station in the paddock. You can pay with the usual cards.

  • There is ample parking in the paddock for participants and visitors.

  • A buffet lunch at the restaurant Turn One is included for participants. Guests must be registered in advance.

  • You will find toilets in the Pistenclub box and in the restaurant Turn One.

Address

To enter the paddock you will need a pass, which we will send you by e-mail after your booking.

Track details

  • Length:

    4,2 km

  • Turns:

    19

  • Opening:

    19. April 2013

Upcoming events

There are no up-coming events

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