One week the Harrel-RS GaydonRing is now in continuous operation at the Essen Motor Show. The enthusiasm of the audience proves us right. The “Ring” is a balanced track that inspires. Named after its first location, the BritishMotor Museum in Gaydon/England, the track offers a long high-speed curve that invites you to drift, two sharp 180° curves, two straight lines and an S chicane. One crossing proves that with a Harrel-RS, bridge construction is no problem either.
If you want to rebuild and/or modify the GaydonRing, we can send you the track code, with which the track layout can be loaded into the Harrel-RacingStandard track planner.
just send us an e-mail.
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