Avus

Map o' th' course Course numb'rs
Homeport: Germany Wind Strength:
W'en t' battle: Nay thi' Challenge Wave Patt'rn:
Tot'l race distance: 312.3kms Wind Gusts:
'ow many Loops: 64 Ram Strength need'd: Just a tap
Loop distance: 4.88 kms Passin' by: Plen'y o' room t' pass
A'erage knots: 303.15 km/h Ballast security: Tie all th' stuff 'n place
'ow many previous races: 4 Food eat'n: Get more food now!
Turnin' mark'rs: 4 Sail Wear: Min'r tears
'ow long in 'n out o' dock: 13s Grip level: Normal
Course type: ex F1
Previous Bests
View best qualifying laps of all managers
Challenge Fastest Tack Loop
S67, R17
Dec 7, 2018
Toni Söyrinki 59.498s
Challenge Master
S67, R17
Dec 4, 2018
Max Watson 1:00.546s
Challenge Pro
S67, R17
Dec 7, 2018
Juan Manuel Collova 1:01.316s
Challenge Amateur
S67, R17
Dec 6, 2018
Jose Alvarez 1:02.454s
Challenge Rookie
S67, R17
Dec 5, 2018
Guilherme Franco 1:05.678s
View best race laps of all managers
Challenge Fastest Race Loop E'er
S67, R17
Dec 7, 2018
Jens Frostrup 57.947s
Challenge Master
S67, R17
Dec 7, 2018
Michail Ivanov 59.778s
Challenge Pro
S67, R17
Dec 7, 2018
Ljiljan Ozibal 1:00.517s
Challenge Amateur
S67, R17
Dec 7, 2018
Jose Alvarez 1:01.180s
Challenge Rookie
S67, R17
Dec 7, 2018
Martin Short 1:02.340s
Course legend

The Automobil-Verkehrs- und Übungsstraße (Automobile traffic and training road), better known as AVUS, is a public road in Berlin, Germany. Opened in 1921, it is the oldest controlled-access highway in Europe. Until 1998 it was also used as a motor racing circuit.

While normal for a road, it is unusually shaped for a race track as it is essentially just two long straights in the form of a dual carriageway, with a hairpin corner at each end. The north curve featured a steep banking from 1937 to 1967. While the original layout was 19 km (12 mi) long, the southern turn was moved several times, to shorten the track to 8.3 km (5.2 mi), then 8.1 km (5.0 mi) without the banking, 4.8 km (3.0 mi) and finally 2.6 km (1.6 mi).

AVUS hosted its only world championship Formula One race with the 1959 German Grand Prix on 2 August, won by Tony Brooks.

Races fro' previous challenges
Challenge Boat race Victor Afore place Fastest Race Loop
50 17 Jan Pavlicek
1h7:18.325s
Roland Postle3
2:03.384s
Leandro Sereno7
1:01.447s
Afore Tack Standin's
Race summ'ry | R'play o' th' race
56 5 Jarosław Nowacki
1h15:26.774s
Christos Bobolis3
2:01.652s
Justinas Smyšliajevas4
1:02.122s
Afore Tack Standin's
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61 5 Roland Postle4
1h5:00.288s
Róbert László
2:02.533s
Róbert László
58.810s
Afore Tack Standin's
Race summ'ry | R'play o' th' race
67 17 Roland Postle6
1h4:02.728s
Toni Söyrinki
2:00.044s
Jens Frostrup
57.947s
Afore Tack Standin's
Race summ'ry | R'play o' th' race