New Racetrack Construction

How are racetracks built?

Racetracks’ longitudinal slope is regulated in relation to the speed. For example, the starting straight is not permitted to have a slope of more than 2%. To facilitate drainage, the cross slope should be between 1.5% and 3%. The curves are not allowed to be banked at an incline of more than 10%. Above all else, racetracks are designed so that drivers are met with challenging circuits where they can fully exploit their own and their cars’ potential.

High speed requires high quality

Speeds of over 300 kilometres per hour naturally require a road surface that has been manufactured with the utmost precision. The evenness and resistance of the road surface must meet extremely stringent requirements to ensure that the track remains safe despite the high speeds.

Racetrack Rehabilitation
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