The 1,877 m long track, with gradients of up to 22%, huge "jumps" and difficult curves, places the highest demands on the courage and skill of the riders.
Engine roar and the smell of methanol, plus the lovely, gently rolling landscape of Mecklenburg Switzerland. In Teterow, these are not contradictions. For almost 90 years now, the race at the Teterow Bergring has become an annual tradition at Whitsun . Once you have fallen under the spell of this unique motorsport facility, you will never let go. Well-known racing drivers like the Australian Roy East or the Englishmen Donald Godden and Simon Wigg even called it the best grass track in the world, and they should know.
Motorsport fans' eyes light up because top-class races are on the program every year. In addition to the traditional Bergring race at Whitsun , fans can look forward to a series of first-class speedway events in the Bergring Arena right next door. And of course, fans of the Rust'n`Dust Jalopy - the combination of hillclimb and dirt track for American vehicles built up to 1959, which is unique in Germany - also get their money's worth in the summer.