The Nürburgring is the most famous track in the world. Many car manufactures develop their performance cars at this 12.9 mile 154 turn monster. And it is a monster, considered the most difficult track in the world Jacky Stewart famously called it the “Green Hell.” The German grand prix used to be held here, but as speeds increased and after Niki Lauda’s fiery crash in 1976 it was deemed too unsafe and a smaller, safer, F1 track,called the Südschleife, was built. There are endurance races still held which uses the combined track. The Nürburgring has public access days which are one of the most coveted tourist attractions of any petrol head.
This design has an outline of the Nürburgring with the text "Grüne Hölle" which translates to "Green Hell", the Nürburgring's nickname.
A classic men's t-shirt for any occasion. Classic to athletic fit. 100% combed ring-spun cotton. Lightweight 30 weight thread.