The Blister Berg Drive Resort is dedicated to testing luxury supercars and is the very best in automotive innovation, providing a central located presentation and test track that is as versatile as it is challenging.
Located in the center of Germany in Bad Driburg this is a remarkable track set on 84 hectares.The track was developed for testing luxury supercars
in acknowledgment of the demand for test facilities and concentrates on 4.2 kilometers of demanding natural circuit that has relied on an entire investment of 34 million Euros which has been made up of private funding. Germany is considered to be among the very best
in regards to supercars
; they are an automotive nation when it comes to development and research in regards to how customers are relating to vehicles. With this in mind and to strengthen this position there has been a strong need to create appropriate testing grounds in a central location, the Blister Berg Drive Resort.Blister Berg Drive Resort is a niche of the finest and there is ever increasing demand from the automotive industry for suitable test tracks, along with enthusiasts of supercars
and those who organize driving training courses. The site will also be used as traffic medicine to help those who have been traumatized by a road traffic accident to get back behind the wheel. In the past the supply of suitable accommodation has been a problem, with current facilities being unable to provide the needed track time. This will be something in the past thanks to the multipurpose facility in a location that is central and the numerous benefits it provides.The centre piece of the 84 hectare Blister Drive Resort is the 4.2 kilometer circuit which is very demanding and has the character of some of the most superb natural circuits thanks to the altitude differences of 70 meters along the challenging track sections. Its inauguration is scheduled for the first quarter of 2012. The track for some of the worlds finest supercars
can be divided into two separate tracks, the 1.8 kilometer western and the 2.4 kilometer eastern loop. This is the first permanent circuit in the provinces of Germany since the Hockenheimring, which was opened in 1932.There are additional features to the track such as two off road trails which are more suited to SUVs and a dynamic driving surface of over 200 meters long to test aids such as EPS. There are also areas for presentation of luxury supercars
and there is the possibility to expand in the future.Some of the worlds very best
experts have been involved in the design of the test track including the designer of Formula 1 circuits and racing drivers.