The racing line at the sections Schwedenkreuz and Aremberg:
Coming from the fast intermediate passage of the airfield, after the slight left turns pull over to the right side of the road. Turn right at the hilltop before kilometer 5 and park the car straight. After the vehicle has been released, brake briefly and then pull the accelerator again to the apex of the fast left turn (L-11). After the slight hilltop in the left-hand bend (L-11) keep to the far left in order to be able to optimally approach the next right-hand bend (R-10) at Aremberg.
Briefly brake the right-hand bend (R-10), drive to the far left and turn into the road very late. Drive through with one turn of the steering wheel, so that you approach the outer kerbs again at the post bridge. The Arembergkurve (R-10) drops in the course and closes a little at the exit of the curve.
In the entrance to the Fuchsröhre pull to the right side of the roadway to be able to drive the following slight left turn in as wide an arc as possible.
Attention: On hilltops and jump hills the vehicle is relieved and thus very “light”. If you brake here, this can quickly lead to blocking wheels. In vehicles without ABS, the vehicle can become uncontrollable when “touching down” after the crest. In vehicles with ABS, the anti-lock braking system on the hilltop can begin to reduce the braking force in order to prevent the wheels from locking. This means that after “touching down” after the hilltop, considerably less braking force can be available than expected or required.
Steering is similar on hilltops and jump hills. Due to the relief of the wheels, a steering movement cannot be implemented. If the wheels are loaded directly after the hilltop, a (too large) steering angle can suddenly have an effect and lead to a too large and unwanted change of direction or even to a loss of control over the vehicle.
Therefore, always align the vehicle cleanly before a hilltop or a jump hill and brake only before or after the hilltop or jump hill!
In this section the speed limit of 250 km/h ends.