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Motor racing

Nuremburg Ring

semi-overcast 18 °C
View Of Sardines and Sardinians. on Pelican travels's travel map.

So nice to sleep in a proper bed for a change, and to sleep late and sit at the table for a good breakfast was a real treat.

The morning entailed a cycle into the forest with Alex before setting out for the Nuremburg Ring, the nearby race track to watch amateur motor racing. On the way we stopped for lunch at a restaurant for curry wurst and chips.

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The racing was very interesting. The race is a six hour event into which anyone with a racing license may enter. The guys that enter are essentially hobbyists doing a very expensive hobby. The cars they drive are a variety of different "souped up" models that include Porche, BMW, Mercs, Renaults, VW and even a Ferrari and a Lamborghini. It's awesome to see the speed that these cars achieve.

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Afterwards we headed back to Kolverath for supper and sleep.

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Posted by Pelican travels 02:24 Archived in Germany Tagged family

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