#1 & 8 The Autodromo Nazionale Monza is a historic motor racing circuit located near the city of Monza, in the Lombardy region of Italy. It has been hosting international motorsport events since 1922 and is known for its high-speed layout, long straights, and iconic banked curves. The Monza track is 5.793 km in length and features 11 turns. It is characterised by long, fast straights that allow drivers to reach top speeds of over 340 km/h, as well as tight chicanes and sweeping curves that require precision and skill. The circuit is also famous for its two high-speed banked corners, which were used until the 1960s and are still visible today.
#2 & 7 The Hockenheimring Baden-Württemberg is a motor racing circuit situated in the Rhine valley near the town of Hockenheim in Baden-Württemberg, Germany, located on the Bertha Benz Memorial Route. Amongst other motor racing events, it has hosted the German Grand Prix, most recently in 2019. The circuit has very little differences in elevation. The circuit has an FIA Grade 1 license.
#3 & 6 The Nürburgring GP track is a motor racing circuit located in Nürburg, Germany. It is part of the larger Nürburgring complex, which also includes the Nordschleife, a longer and more challenging circuit. The GP track is 5.148 km in length and features 16 turns. It is a modern circuit with a mix of fast and slow corners, as well as long straights that allow for high-speed racing. The track has a wide variety of corners, including hairpins, chicanes, and long, sweeping corners, which make it a challenging track for drivers and their cars.
#4 & 5 The Spa-Francorchamps circuit, commonly referred to as Spa, is a motor racing circuit located in the Ardennes region of eastern Belgium. It is considered one of the most iconic and challenging circuits in the world, known for its fast, sweeping corners and elevation changes. The Spa track is 7.004 km in length and features 20 turns. It is a mix of high-speed straights, challenging corners, and dramatic elevation changes, which test the skill and bravery of drivers. The most famous section of the track is the Eau Rouge/Raidillon complex, a left-right-left combination of corners that requires drivers to take it at high speed while climbing uphill.