Best Of 2021
2021 was not an easy year at the BILSTER BERG as the pandemic with its many regulations made it difficult for us to start the new season. Nevertheless, today we can look back on wonderful experiences, great activities and events. To look back on the year, we have summarised our most popular magazine articles and news for you. Enjoy reading!
At the beginning of the year we looked at the particular challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic in an interview with our Managing Director, Hans-Jürgen von Glasenapp. Find out what he has to say about the economic impact and the upcoming development of the BILSTER BERG.
Since the opening of the BILSTER BERG in 2013, a wide variety of vehicles have driven around the track. Even though the BILSTER BERG is not a race track in the classical sense, but more of a test and presentation track, various track records have nevertheless been set and documented here.
“Young people are our future and only with education will we get ahead,” said Frank Igelbrinck, authorised signatory at the BILSTER BERG, which is why he has campaigned for the BILSTER BERG to become involved with the OWL Study Fund Foundation.
On 28 April 2021, a new, unique TÜV NORD station opened its doors at BILSTER BERG. The special feature: The inspection station focuses on the inspection of historic and motorsport vehicles. In addition, traditional general and emissions inspections are also possible.
In this interview, Walter Röhrl talks about the beginnings of the BILSTER BERG, the creation of the Mausefalle (mousetrap) and the general development he has been able to observe over the years.
Motorsport and environmental protection are not necessarily contradictory. Project manager Hans-Joachim Pillich gives an update, reports on the beginnings of environmental protection at the BILSTER BERG and the background to the ISO 14001 certification for environmental protection measures.
Pit stop for really big machinery! Together with Karma Marketing, this great video of LEMKEN GmbH & Co. KG made here at the BILSTER BERG.
Together with Philipp Kaess, the BILSTER BERG invited guests to a blogger day. All sorts of well-known faces from the YouTube and Instagram world had the chance to get to know the circuit and experience it for themselves. Have you ever seen a public bus on a circuit? No? Then it’s worth clicking on the post and watching the videos.
At the end of September, together with Andreas Reibchen and Lamborghini Hamburg, we were able to make another wish come true. Rayk Brätzkus has muscular dystrophy, but loves fast cars. His wish: a ride in a Lamborghini. See for yourself how much fun he had.
After a delay of 1.5 years, the time had finally come: The BILSTER BERG came to the big screen. In the magazine article, we gave an overview of the filming in December 2019 and what we hoped to achieve with the cinema spot. For those of you who haven’t seen the spot yet, it’s worth clicking on the article.
The latest issue of BILSTER BERG Cars and Faces focuses on TCR lap record holder Ben Fricke and eight other topics. Have fun watching.
In the latest magazine article, we let you take a look behind the scenes of our apprenticeship at the BILSTER BERG. Our trainees Jorina and Julia-Sophie report on their work at the circuit and the job of event managers.