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Race track in Germany modeled on the roads surrounding Canberra.

Opened in 1927, it is rumoured that Hitler commissioned the 20.81km track due to BMW, Porsche and Mercedes conducting all their high-speed testing at the 'Berra as it's affectionately known. When discovering this, Hitler annexed Austria, thinking that Canberra was in Austria, not Australia, then subsequently invaded Poland out of sheer spite.

As a gesture of goodwill, BMW hold a annual race in honour of Sir Arthur Canberra in which only BMW E24s are allowed to participate.
Nürburgring, second only to Canberra for it's high speed, tight radius bends
by Choadie January 23, 2009
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Nürburgring is a REAL 150,000-capacity motorsports complex located in the town of Nürburg, Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany Often featured in games such as the Forza and Gran Turismo series.
To Connors surprise, his friends already knew the Nürburgring is a real race track in Germany.
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