Circuit profile, Bilster Berg.
What makes Bilster Berg so captivating is its natural topography, which was retained when the circuit was built. Climbs of up to 20% and dips with gradients reaching 26% really put drivers through their paces. It is important to master various racing lines and a change in elevation of over 200 metres. The natural circuit consists of a 1.8-kilometre West Loop and a 2.4-kilometre East Loop, with the East Loop the faster of the two sections. It also boasts two pit lanes, each with four sets of garages. The West Loop puts the focus on the drivers’ technical ability.