The design of the test track of the Porsche factory in Leipzig is by Hermann Tilke, pilot and designer of many courses of Formula 1, for example, in Malaysia and Bahrain. For the design of the factory test track in Leipzig Tilke came up with something special: the top ten corners of the world-famous race tracks have been combined into a "composition".
That's Suzuka S (Suzuka / Japan), Sunset Bend (Sebring International Raceway / USA), Loews (Circuit de Monaco / Monaco), Victoria Switch (Rio de Janeiro / Brazil), Mobil 1 S (Nürburgring / Germany), curve Lesmahagow (Autodromo Nazionale Monza / Italy), Bus Stop (Spa-Francorchamps / Belgium), Suntory Corner (Shizuoka / Japan), Corkscrew (Laguna Seca / USA) and Dish (Monza).
The total of 3.7 km loop trail is 12 feet wide and includes six full throttle passes with six braking points. Thus, the start-finish straight, like a Porsche 911 GT1 reach a top speed of 251 km / h. The test track is also in accordance with the requirements of a professional activity motorsport race track and the certificate Fédération Internationale de l'Automobile (FIA). So in theory could also Formula 1 - test drives are carried out on the test track.
Basically, there are many possible configurations of the circular path. So any new vehicle on the loopback and the vibrating section of a final quality control subject. In addition, the collector system can them again when you drive under the guidance of an instructor Porsche vehicle known in various track conditions.
Leipzig Porsche test track
After many years I take this final circuit on the back burner projects BTB.
I tried to be as faithful as possible to the real one in its form and shape, by the way this configuration that I have created is called "Grober Kurs" and is one of five possible configurations.
I have included up to 30 cars, I think it's the right number for this track.
If you have any problems or bugs exist, Verrano settled in the promised updates.