RSR offers track rental services at over 15 circuits in Europe.
Drive the most beautiful track in the world with RSRSpa – The Spa-Francorchamps circuit in the beautiful Ardenne Region in Belgium, the location for the Belgian Formula One Grand Prix. Considered to be one of the most challenging race tracks in the world, mainly due to its fast, hilly and twisty nature, Spa-Francorchamps is a favourite circuit of many racing drivers and fans.
“The track that thrills” - the stunning Ciruit de Spa-Francorchamps is located only an hour and a half from the Nürburgring, and is considered to be the ‘other’ best track in the world.
120km from the Nürburgring - Click for More Info
Situated near the town of Hockenheim, south of Frankfurt Main and only about 2 hours from the Nurburgring, the Hockenheimring is the 'other' location of the German Formula One Grand Prix. RSR has a range of rental cars you can hire to drive the Hockenheimring, offering 'Arrive and Drive' packages in the latest Porsche, Ferrari, Nissan GT-R and more! Another of the historical 'old-style' tracks, Hockenheim has its roots stretching back to the 1930's, where forest roads were used to create the first iteration of the track - primarily for motorcycle racing.
214km from the Nürburgring - Click for More Info
RSR visits Zolder on a regular basis with our rental race cars. Many of our clients are making their way to Nurburg or Spa to or from Amsterdam and then Zolder fits rather well into a stop-off location between the two for some track action.
Circuit Zolder in Belgium was built in 1963, it is also known as Circuit Terlaemen found in the town Haeusden-Zolder. The former F1 track is based just 2hrs from the Nurburgring and only 1hr from Spa. Its history is steeped in major international motoring events from various series that stretch a long way back.
214km from the Nürburgring - Click for More Info
Bilster Berg is a brand new track completed in 2013 built over an old army base. It has been designed as a drive resort, similar in style and ambience to a Golf Resort. It is meticulously maintained with a high-end appeal. Only 3 hours from the Nurburgring, the track also holds regular track days throughout the year. What makes this 4,2km long track so entertaining is the fact that it has fantastic flowing sections connecting to steep drops and climbs on perfect tarmac where blind corners, jumps, decreasing radius turns and tight switch-backs all throw what the track has at you!
311km from the Nürburgring - Click for More Info
RSR offers you a chance to drive the L'Anneau Du Rhin Circuit in France - we offer multiple trackday dates to be able to experience the track for yourself! We can supply a range of cars - all you need to is ‘Arrive & Drive’, then enjoy the beautiful surrounding region in the stunning hotels, with French Wines and exceptional food to match. Completed in 1996 the motorsport complex Anneau du Rhin is a tight & technical circuit, set amongst some amazing scenery and tall grass verges.
370km from the Nürburgring - Click for More Info
RSR offers you the chance to try out the fantastic, flowing race track of Dijon Prenois in North-West France on closed trackdays throughout the year. RSR can offer a range of rental cars - all you need to is ‘Arrive & Drive’, then afterwards enjoy the beautiful surrounding region in stunning hotels, with French Wines and exceptional food to match. This famous circuit boasts an impressive history which includes the hey day Power era of Formula One from 1974 till 1982.
465km from the Nürburgring - Click for More Info
Circuit Estoril is situated on the outskirts of the Portuguese city of Estoril. Between 1984 and 1996 the circuit hosted the Portuguese Grand Prix, with the World Motorcycle and World Touring Car Championships still continuing at Estoril to the present day. This 4.2Km long, 13 corners circuit was built on a rocky plateau in 1972, initially hosting only local events. After a massive upgrade programme in 1984, the circuit attained international status.
The Autodromo Internacional do Algarve (commonly referred to as Portimao Circuit) is a 4.7km long track located in Portimao, Portugal. Construction on the track finished in October 2008, and was designed by Ricardo Pina, Arquitectos. The track is famous as a favourite of the World Superbike Championships, this flowing rollercoaster of tarmac is a must drive - especially now that you have this exclusive opportunity! This daunting track has blind crests and tricky cambers to keep challenging you every time you drive!
Head south and experience the amazing drivers track of Ascari Race Resort. Built specifically to demanding specifications, taking inspiration from many of the best parts of the track around the world. Nestled amongst the mountains in southern Spain, the infamous Ascari Race Resort is the playground of the mega-wealthy and famous, and will be one of the best circuits you'll ever drive in your life - if you can get access! The track is usually only accessible if you have paid the (more than) €200,000 membership fee - but RSR gives you a unique opportunity to be able to experience this track first hand!
Circuit de Jerez (Circuit of Jerez), formerly known as Circuito Permanente de Jerez, is a 4,5 Km racing circuit with 15 corners, located close to the city of Jerez de la Frontera, deep within the sherry-producing south of Spain. The circuit opened on 8 December 1985. During 1986 the circuit hosted the first international motorcycle event in Spain in March and the Formula One Spanish Grand Prix in April. The circuit currently holds pre-season Formula One testing shared with the Bahrain International Circuit.
Circuito Monteblanco, built in 2006 is located near Huelva, only 90 Km from Seville Airport. The circuit is used for professional motorsport and motor industry events, testing programs and hosting competitions. 4.5 Km long with 16 corners and FIA approved - Monteblanco offers a huge number of different layouts, depending on the vehicles using the track. This means the circuit is incredibly flexible - it can be tailored to create many different elements; fast, slow and medium corners as well as high speed sections.