Nice trip with an unbelievable bad cutter:
They start in Wolfsburg, presenting the car under the Phaeno, some kind of science museum. After having a drag race (iI think at the airfield in Braunschweig) they went south to the mountains (Harz). Then pretenting to go south west to the N?rburgring, they got back to Wolfsburg for the slalom race. Then followed the trip at the Autobahn to the N?rburgring (a mixture of shots at the A395 south from Braunschweig, A39 and some streets in Wolfsburg). All shots took place hundreds of kilometers far away from the N?rburgring.
And when they finally arrived, I couldn't believe, what I saw:
First they've been at Zerm?llen, going north to the north. Then being at the D?ttinger H?he they came from the eastside to the Ring. The next scene shows the roundabout at Kelberg, I think.
But beside this, it was great fun to see the guys getting made about driving fast at the Autobahn. Respect to Adam for surviving the Ring.
They have the great wide open on the interstates, we have our Autobahn for celebrating speeeeeeeed.
You missed one: The drive through the medieval town to the church was shot in Goslar. I know it, I was born there and recognized the town after 10 seconds. But let's not get pedantic, I guess even most Germans didn't notice that I can confirm, though, that driving through there is quite challenging.There also was a huge mistake in the map of Germany. Koblenz was pointed out to be near G?ttingen. In reality it is some hundred kilometer to the south west, almost in the middle between Cologne and Frankfurt at the river Rhein, about less than an hour to the Green Hell. By the way, I was born near Koblenz. In the early days, when the "old" formula one track was used, the teams passed our house.... The best place to be born at for a petrol head.