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The Nuremberg trials are a biannual month-long motor racing competition held in the German city of Nuremberg. Competitors vie for the title of Unführer and a traditional kitty of Bavarian beer and weißwurst, by accumulating points in an increasingly ridiculous series of racing challenges. The competition was also the basis for the Hanna-Barbera cartoon Wacky Racers.


edit Nürnbergring: origins and traditions

The Old City of Nuremburg was surrounded with a 21 kilometre moat in the twelvth century by Emperor Conrad III, who was patron of the Holy Roman Empire's first (and last) cross-country giant eel racing league. Keeping enormous carnivorous fish near a major city was not without its critics and, following several mysterious child disappearances, the moat was eventually filled in and converted into the Empire's first (and last) cross-country brown bear half-marathon track.

Sanity eventually prevailed, and the track was used to race captured Jews until motor car racing became popular in the 1920s.

edit Early format

The first formal motor race held on the Nürnbergring was a 24-hour endurance event

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