The Norisring is a street circuit located in Nuremberg, Germany. It is considered one of the most unique and challenging street circuits in the world, and it is well-known for its tight and twisting layout that demands precision driving skills from its competitors. The Norisring is the home of the DTM (Deutsche Tourenwagen Masters) racing series, which is one of the top touring car racing series in the world. The circuit is approximately 2.3 km in length, and it features a mix of fast straights and tight turns that require drivers to be on their game at all times. In addition to hosting the DTM, the Norisring has also hosted a number of other top-level motorsport events, including the German Formula Three Championship and the FIA GT World Cup. The Norisring is a popular destination for motorsport fans, and it is known for its fast-paced action, exciting racing, and large crowds.