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More information The sections of the track around the Nordschleife were given their history-laden names in the years following the construction of the circuit in and have kept them to this day. There follows a comprehensive overview of the locations of the sections and the history behind their names.
A huge beech tree used to stand at this point with an altar dedicated to St. Anthony at its foot. The tree stood to the left of the race circuit and was felled in to make room for the new B road. Mighty oak forests stood here before the circuit was built, some of which had to be felled. Former airfield for gliders that used to be located to the left of the race circuit. Hans Friedrich Datenberg, a former mayor of Kehlberg and tax collector for Adenau, was hijacked and slain at this point in by stray Swedish soldiers.
The 2. Construction work on the Nordschleife came to a temporary halt here. A flushed fox holed up in a drain pipe. The construction workers spontaneously gave this section of the track its current name. Name of a field entered in the cadastral register. The owner of the fields at this location was a certain Mertges. This section was on a wooded hill called Hart. Hence the name "Kallenhard".
What's more, the valley used to accommodate an exercise ground for the militia. The "Wehrseifen" was a sort of border between the rulers of Adenau and those of Breidscheid. In former times there even used to be a boundary stone here. This used to be the location of a mill outside "ex" Adenau.
But the mill owner refused to provide the necessary plots of land. The bend is also often called the "Junek Bend" after Vincenc Junek, who was killed in an accident here in A lead and sliver mine was in operation here up until around , but was then closed because it no longer produced enough material.