Welcome to round 7 of the F1 Classic 1967 series: Feldbergring The Feldbergring race took place every year in Taunus, Germany, from 1920-1928, from 1934-1936, and lastly from 1950-1954. The circuit was 11.6km long and held on public roads, with a height differential of 280m. It was used for the German Motorcycle Championship, as well as single-seater sports cars. For 1955, the authorities demanded that a bypass was built around the village of Oberreifenberg, which was not made. This meant the end for the Feldbergring, and as a result of the terrible accident at the 1955 Le Mans race, many motorsport event throughout Europe were cancelled or suspended in subsequent years. This track is most suited to vintage cars, but it can also be great fun with more modern cars too. It is set up with 24 pit boxes, works in Practice, Hotlap, Race and Time Attack modes, has two sets of cameras, a 340,000 tri physical road mesh, 40,125 trees (and no tree walls!), 28 different plant types, and ambient shadows added to most track-side objects.