Our Tracks

Stunning from the start.

The track is not a road. It's a territory. Get into a Porsche and learn to defend it. Curve by curve. Track by track.
Porsche Track Experience. The fever rises with the skills.The goal of the Track Experience is to get you safely to yours - in everyday life and on the race track. But it doesn't have to stop there, because you set your own destination. You decide where you want to go - and the Porsche Track Experience shows you the way. Step by step, training by training, you continue to improve your driving skills. If you wish, all the way to applying for your motorsport license. Experience the DNA of Porsche up close - at your Track Experience at the Hockenheimring, at the Porsche Experience Center in Leipzig and at 18 international locations.
Ascari Race ResortThe Ascari Race Resort was built between 2002 and 2003 and is located near the Spanish town of Ronda in the province of Malaga. In designing the race track, the utmost respect was paid to the exciting topography of the terrain, giving it a distinctive character in harmony with its surroundings. The circuit is 5425 meters long and has 13 right turns and 13 left turns, some of which are banked (up to 18%). It is about 12 meters wide along its entire length.
Automotodrom BrnoAutomotodrom Brno is a motorsport race track located in the western suburbs of Brno, Czech Republic. North of Kivalka, within the boundaries of the original race track built in the 1930s. The current version was rebuilt in the woods between 1985 and 1987. The 5.403 km long permanent race track of FIA class 2 has 14 demanding curves.
Circuit Dijon-PrenoisThe Dijon-Purnois circuit is located in Burgundy, France a few kilometers from Stuttgart and about 300 km south of Paris. Opened in 1972, the circuit has hosted a number of events that are now part of the history of motorsport. The 3.8 km track features excellent acceleration and top speed, as well as a long straight with eight fluid corners. Unlike many modern circuits, hilly tracks with elevation changes of up to 30 meters were created. Parts of the track are driven blind as a result, as the further course of the track cannot be seen due to dips and rises.
Autódromodo EstorilThe Autódromodo Estoril is located near the Portuguese city of Estoril, about 30 km west of Lisbon. The circuit was built in 1972 on a rocky plateau. Until the opening of the Autódromo Internacionaldo Algarve, it was the most important and longest race track in Portugal. The main features of the circuit are the large altitude difference and the almost 1 km long straight. The 4.18 km long track has four turns on the left and nine turns on the right. Two long, straight, tight hairpin turns and a challenging chicane will challenge you.
HungaroringSituated to the northeast of Budapest, the Hungaroring is one of the safest racetracks in the world thanks to its high technical standards. Covering just under 50 hectares, the stands offer views of around 80 per cent of the circuit, which is also known as the ‘flat plate’ because of its ideal valley location. The course is relatively difficult to learn: featuring 8 right-hand and 6 left-hand bends, the extremely tight and twisty track layout demands courage as well as precise and sophisticated driving manoeuvres, culminating in a high final speed on the 788.9-metre start-finish-straight.
Autodromo d'Imola The Imola race track is located near Bologna and is one of the few counterclockwise race tracks. The circuit was opened in 1953 and is known worldwide for its speed. Imola is a legendary race track, synonymous with passion and always challenging. The circuit, commonly known as Autodromo d'Imola, is conveniently located near Bologna and is connected to the main transport networks in northern and central Italy. On a 4.9-kilometer track with 17 turns, great drivers from all times of motorsport competed here.
LausitzrimgThe Lausitzring located near Klettwitz in Brandenburg in northeastern Germany, close to the border with Poland and the Czech Republic. From 2000 to 2010, the race track was renamed EuroSpeedway Lausitz for better international communication. The EuroSpeedway has been used for motor sports since 2000. Among other things, the DTM (German Touring Car Championship) is held there every year. The Lausitzring has a unique feature in continental Europe: an oval high-speed race track, as used in the USA by NASCAR and IndyCar.
Misano World CircuitMisano World Circuit Marco Simoncelli, formerly Autodromo di Santamonica, is a motorsport circuit located in Misano Adriatico in Italy. Misano Adriatico, is a popular tourist destination that specializes in beach tourism and has a very nice marina. A well organized tourist infrastructure that leaves nothing to be desired is offered here. The track is 4.2 km long. The circuit was planned in 1969 and put into operation in 1972. In 2007 the track was rebuilt and completely revised. The result of the reconstruction is an attractive, modern, very technical driver track with different curve layouts.
Autodromo Nazionale di MonzaThe Autodromo Nazionale di Monza is a motorsport circuit located in the park of the city of Monza, north of Milan. Car and motorsport fans alike are attracted to this legendary circuit, which every year provides thrills and unforgettable adrenaline rushes when the drivers go hunting for best times on the straights and in the curves. The track layout has 4 long straights where very high speeds can be reached and eight curves: Goodyear variant, Biassono curve, della Roggia variant, first Lesmo curve, second Lesmo curve, Serraglio curve, Ascari variant, Parabolica curve.
Motorland AragónThe Circuit of Alcañiz is a state-of-the-art facility, also called "Motorland Aragon", with a length of more than 5 km and 18 curves. Motorland Aragon is located in the small town of Alcañiz in the province of Teruel in the region of Aragon and was designed by Herman Tilke, probably the most famous race track architect of the present day, with the help of former Spanish F1 racer Pedro de la Rosa as technical advisor. The track length is 5.34 km with a width of 12-15 meters. With a start/finish straight of 630 m and a back straight of 1.72 km, it is an international reference point for aerodynamic testing.
Mugello CircuitThe Mugello circuit, which originally ran on public roads, is considered one of the most famous Formula 1 circuits in Italy. After World War I, Mugello became a 66 km natural race track that ran from Scarperia uphill to Firenzuola and then down the Futa Pass to San Piero and back to Scarperia. The modern circuit runs for 5.245 km through woods and over land, has 15 curves and has a long straight. The route offers breathtaking views in the higher areas.
Nürburgring NordschleifeThere is a good reason why the Nordschleife is known as the ‘Green Hell’. Built in 1927, this racetrack dates from another era, when mistakes were punished severely. The varied and sometimes sharply undulating layout also features a number of humps and dips. With its large differences in altitude, rapid succession of fast- and medium-paced curves and relatively narrow track, the Nordschleife also calls for precise mastery of the vehicle. This is exactly what makes it a superlative racing venue, guaranteeing maximum motoring pleasure for discerning drivers.
Nürburgring GP-CourseThe Nürburgring is legendary as one of the most traditional, longest, most demanding and busiest race tracks in the world. In addition to music and sporting events, many visitors experience motorsport in its purest form every year at racing events. Amateurs and professionals from a wide range of racing classes compete against each other on two courses: On the traditional Nordschleife with a length of 20.832 km and on the modern Grand Prix circuit with a length of 5.148 km.
Circuit Paul RicardMotorsport fans have known this circuit for a long time, especially the Mistral Straight, which is famous and infamous. In the past, the all-gas track was also known as the "Straight of Truth". Then it became quiet for a long time around the motor sports circuit in southern France, which was completed in 1970 and is also known as Le Castellet. However, international racing events have been held again since 2006. And since 2018, Formula 1 has also been a guest at the track, which has been called Paul Ricard High Tech Test Track or Paul Ricard HTTT since 2001.
Red Bull RingOpened in 1969 as the ‘Österreichring’, the Red Bull Ring demands plenty of driving skills from motorsport enthusiasts. The 10 bends promise thrilling driving pleasure. The differences in altitude and the alternation of long straights and tight curves, which can require braking from over 320 km/h down to about 70 km/h, are particularly demanding. Surrounded by 3 hills, the racetrack provides unique scenery. But for those who take on the challenges of the Red Bull Ring, there is just one thing that really matters: the ideal racing line. A pounding heart is guaranteed.
Rudskogen MotorsenterRudskogen Motorsenter is a permanent race track in Rakkestad, Norway. Opened on May 20, 1990, the motorsport facility was designed by Hermann Tilke. The 14th bend course is 3.25 km long and is located in a hilly forest terrain. The length of the start and finish straight is 640 meters. The difference in altitude along the track is 42 meters.
Circuit de Spa-FrancorchampsSpa-Francorchamps is one of the most fascinating racetracks in the world, thanks to its large difference in altitude of some 200 m and the circuit layout. Professional racing drivers love to return to the ‘Ardennes roller coaster’, built in 1921, which is the name they respectfully give to one of the last classical drivers’ circuits. In 1978, the so-called ‘Bus Stop’ chicane was installed and the circuit was shortened to its present length. It is the alternating uphill and downhill sections, the most famous of which is Eau Rouge, that lend this circuit its particular fascination.
Circuit Park ZandvoortCircuit Zandvoort is closely associated with Zandvoort. It is an internationally recognized legendary race track with a history of over 70 years. Even today, dozens of events are held every year to entertain tens of thousands of fans. In addition to various spectacular national motorsport events, there are international highlights of events. Formula 1 has also been active at Circuit Zandvoort since 2021. Sloping old-school courses in beautiful dunes will fire your imagination. Tarzanbocht, Arie Luyendijkbocht, gravel bottoms along the track guarantee emotional driving fun.
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Consumption and Emissions

718 Cayman GT4 (WLTP)

Consumption combined: 11,1 – 10,7 l/100 km

CO2-emission combined (WLTP): 251 – 242 g/km

11,1 – 10,7

l/100 km

251 – 242

g/km

718 Cayman GT4 (NEDC)

Fuel consumption combined: 10,9 – 10,2 l/100 km

CO2 emissions combined: 249 – 232 g/km

10,9 – 10,2

l/100 km

249 – 232

g/km

911 Turbo Models (NEDC)

Fuel consumption combined: 11,3 – 11,1 l/100 km

CO2 emissions combined: 257 – 254 g/km

11,3 – 11,1

l/100 km

257 – 254

g/km

911 Turbo Models (WLTP)

Consumption combined: 12,5 – 12,0 l/100 km

CO2-emission combined (WLTP): 284 – 271 g/km

12,5 – 12,0

l/100 km

284 – 271

g/km

911 Carrera (WLTP)

Consumption combined: 10,8 – 10,3 l/100 km

CO2-emission combined (WLTP): 245 – 233 g/km

10,8 – 10,3

l/100 km

245 – 233

g/km

911 Carrera (NEDC)

Fuel consumption combined: 9,4 l/100 km

CO2 emissions combined: 215 g/km

9,4

l/100 km

215

g/km

911 GT3 (WLTP)

Consumption combined: 13,0 – 12,9 l/100 km

CO2-emission combined (WLTP): 294 – 293 g/km

13,0 – 12,9

l/100 km

294 – 293

g/km

911 GT3 (NEDC)

Fuel consumption combined: 13,3 – 12,4 l/100 km

CO2 emissions combined: 304 – 283 g/km

13,3 – 12,4

l/100 km

304 – 283

g/km

Taycan Sport Saloon Models (NEDC)

Electricity consumption combined: 27,0 – 25,4 kWh/100 km

CO2 emissions combined: 0 g/km

27,0 – 25,4

kWh/100 km

0

g/km

Taycan Sport Saloon Models (WLTP)

Electrical consumption combined (WLTP): 24,1 – 19,6 kWh/100 km

CO2-emission combined (WLTP): 0 g/km

Range combined (WLTP): 370 – 512 km

Range City (WLTP): 440 – 630 km

24,1 – 19,6

kWh/100 km

0

g/km

370 – 512

km