Bilster Berg Drive Resort – Track days
The Bilster Berg Drive Resort, which opened in June 2013, is a luxury test and events track, situated on the site of a former British Army ammunition depot in the German state of North Rhine-Westphalia. The layout of the 4.2 km circuit was designed by renowned architect Hermann Tilke (designer of many F1 circuits), in close cooperation with the legendary rally driver Walter Röhrl. With 19 bends and 44 crests and dips, the circuit is a challenge for driver and car, which was quickly acknowledged by the experts; the circuit was recently voted “Circuit of the Year 2013”.
Circuit length: 4.2 km
Difference in altitude: 70 m
Maximum noise level (dB): 98 dB
08.15 – 09.15 a.m. Guided-Driving
9.15 a.m. – 12.45 p.m. Free driving*
1 p.m. – 2 p.m. Lunch
2 – 5 p.m. Free driving*
* Driving takes place in 2 groups; the groups take it in turns to drive for stints of 45 minutes.
|Track Day (in 1 group, 1 car, 1 driver)||€ 929,-|
|Track Day (in both groups, 1 car, 1 driver)||€ 1.399,-|
|Second driver||€ 180,-|
|Passenger / Guest||€ 60,-|
All prices are inclusive of VAT, timekeeping using transponders, use of Donkervoort pitbox, basic technical and other factory support and full catering on the circuit (drinks, lunch, etc.).