Several race tracks are built in Europe, provided for motor racing.
The Nurburgring Circuit, located in Germany. Originally, it was built as a way of alleviating local unemployment in 1925. Over thousands of racing had been through here. The ring is comprised of 73 challenging corners over 12.8 miles of track.
Circuit Monaco which is basically located in Monaco. Here, Drivers must change gear a staggering 54 times per lap. It took six weeks to build the circuit and three weeks to take it back down again.
Circuit De La Sarthe located in France. It is a home to the famous 24 hours of Lemans race. The circuit even includes some of the surroundings French public roads.
Anglesy Circuit located in the UK, on the west coast of Anglesey in Northwales. The entire track overlooks the idyllic Irish sea.
Circuit De SPA-Francorchamps located in Belgium. Originally, 14 kilometers in length but now it stands at about seven kilometers. For some, it is known as the best race track in Europe.
Speaking of best track, another best track in the world acoordingly is the Istanbul Park, which is located in Turkey.
Autodromo Di Pergusa located in Italy. It encircles the Pergusa lake, which is the only natural lake in Sicily. It can be good or bad that the racing track is slippery probably due to the dust and abrasive nature.
Silverstone located in the UK. It is built on an old World War II royal air force bomber station, RAF silverstone.
The Charade Circuit located in France. Built in 1958, and sometimes described it as an even twister and faster version of the Nurburgring.
Imola Circuit located in Italy, fully named as Autodromo Internazionale Enzo E Dino Ferrari. Unfortunately, Roland Ratzenberger and Ayrton Senna lost their lives racing at Imola in the year 1994.