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|The original factory of the historical italian cars Alfa-Romeo. (For whoever doesn't know, 'Alfa' means Anonima Lombarda Fabbrica Automobili).|
|Simple self indulgence. This is Mi Bella Alfa (my beautiful Alfa Romeo 146 1.8 Twin Spark).||04/26/2008||636|
|This is the new NISSAN test track on the island Hokkaido.|
It took 20 years to construct.
It features Country roads, up and downhill roads, straight roads, dirt circuit track, off-road test track.
It's possible to make speed tests more than 300 km/h (about 187.5 m/h).
|Leyland Test track is where Leyland motor vehicles are tested on a series of different road surfaces. In the very centre of the track the is a huge hill which the vehicles have to be driven up. The Track is still used to test buses that are due to be released in the future. ||04/19/2006||752|
|This is the main Hummer test track in South Bend, Indiana. Vehicles tested here include military Hummers and H2's which are produced nearby. Directly to the west is the off-road track in the woods.||06/19/2007||972|
|The UK Army Defence Evaluation and Research Agency (DERA) base now called DSTL - QinetiQ Chertsey and Longcross Test Track. Used for developing tanks (test track on the other side of the motorway) and now unmanned ground vehicles.||01/16/2006||1,163|
|This is the place where BMW finalizes their models and prototypes. The place is very sunny and that's why it has been chosen. Before, this track was a test track for Kleber (tires) but was smaller. And before Kleber, a lot of races were held here at the beginning of the 20th century. The location is between Miramas and Istres in the south of France near Marseilles.||08/20/2005||841|
|The New Zealand Police college test track, learning how to drift, handbrake turns etc, etc||10/06/2006||474|
|Autodrome de Montlhéry (established October 4, 1924) is an automobile racetrack, officially called L’autodrome de Linas-Montlhéry, located between the towns of Linas and Montlhéry, outside Paris.|
Industrialist Alexandre Lamblin hired René Jamin to design the 2548,24 metre oval shaped track for up to 1000 kg vehicles at 220 km per hour. It was initially called Autodrome parisien, ...
|Holloman Air Force Base is home to the world's longest test track of 50,788 feet, or nearly 10 miles. It is also the fastest test track at nearly 10,000 feet per second. In April 2003, the 846th Test Squadron set the world land speed record for a railed vehicle with a recent run of 6,453 mph, or Mach 8.5.||01/05/2006||771|
|Test track near Pofadder, Northern Cape, South Africa.||11/24/2006||823|
|BMW test track east of munich.||01/31/2006||923|