ACCR F4 Website Headers Races
08.– 09.04

Oschersleben

Oschersleben Circuit Map (1)
29.– 30.04

Hungaroring

Hungaroring-Race
20.– 21.05

Red Bull Ring

RedBull-Ring-Racetrack
09.– 11.06

SlovakiaRing

Slovakia-Ring-Race
05.– 06.08

Most

Most Circuit Map
09.– 10.09

Brno

Brno-Race

OSCHERSLEBEN, GERMANY

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08.-09.04.

Circuit Infos

The Motorsport Arena Oschersleben is located in the German Börde region, about 30 km from Magdeburg and was opened in July 1997. Its fairly flat contours create a smooth and fast circuit. The first turn, modified from its original rounded shape into a sharp 90-degree left, is a frequent source of multi-car accidents. There are many key turns to master for a fast lap. The end of the finish straight is the fastest spot on the circuit. The McDonald's chicane allows for different racing lines. However, an aggressive line may lead to early retirement with broken suspension.

Length

Length - 3.696 km
Turns  - 14

Motorsport Arena Oschersleben

HUNGARORING, HUNGARY

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29.-30.04.

Circuit Infos

The Hungaroring, about a 30-minutes-drive outside Budapest, became the first location to host a Formula One Grand Prix behind the Iron Curtain in 1986. Allegedly, the original track layout was sketched onto a napkin by Bernie Ecclestone, who wanted a street circuit, but the local government decided to build a new circuit near a major highway. The twisty and bumpy nature of the course makes overtaking very difficult in dry conditions. The circuit is nicknamed "Monaco without walls” and can get dusty quickly due to its sandy soil and heavy winds. As the circuit is in a valley about 80 percent of it can be seen from any point.

Length

Length - 4.381 km
Turns  - 14

Hungaroring

RED BULL RING, Austria

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03.-05.06.

Circuit Infos

The Red Bull Ring is situated in Spielberg in the Austrian province of Styria. Opened in 1969 as the Österreichring, the circuit became the A1 Ring from 1997 to 2003 and, after lengthy renovations, reopened in May 2011 as the Red Bull Ring. The high-speed track resembles a roller coaster with numerous changes in altitude and direction. It is picturesquely placed in the Aichfeld valley and surrounded on three sides by slopes that are used as natural grandstands.

Length

Length - 4318 m
Turns - 10

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SLOVAKIARING, Slovakia

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09.-11.06.

Circuit Infos

The ring is located on what is known as the Great Rye Island of the Danube near Dunajská Streda, Slovakia, some 36 km from the capital, Bratislava. Built between 2008 and 2009, it is the country's first permanent racetrack. The course is very fast and the home stretch, which is over 900 meters long, is an unbelievable 22 meters wide. The Slovakiaring also offers numerous overtaking opportunities.

Length

Length - 5922 m
Turns - 11

1-Slovakia-Ring

MOST, Czech Republic

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05.-06.08.

Circuit Infos

The Autodrom Most is situated just outside of the north-western Czech city of Most. The racing circuit was opened in 1983 and hosts both car and motorbike racing events but also test sessions for car manufacturers. In 2005, the left-hand chicane after the start/finish straight was replaced by a right/left corner combination, which made it a little less challenging, but safer. Fast and slow curves alternate and are perfectly embedded in the hilly surroundings. Difficult curve combinations downhill without huge artificial run-off zones label Most an absolute driver's circuit. It leaves almost no time to rest and relax for either car or driver.

Length

Length - 4.212 m
Turns - 21

Autodrom Most

AUTOMOTODROM BRNO, Czech Republic

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09.-10.09.

Circuit Infos

The Automotodrom Brno (also Masaryk-Ring) is located on the western outskirts of Brno, Czech Republic. The circuit was rebuilt between 1985 and 1987 in the Podkomorské lesy forest area. The original 29 km loop consisted of public, closed roads and was used for the first time in 1930. Today, the Masaryk Ring is characterized by an enormous track width as well as several uphill and downhill sections.

Length

Length - 5.403 m
Turns - 14

Circuit Brno-aerial