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Bremenring v1.0



Bremenring Am See or Bremenring is a fictional race track. Located fictionally in the region of Bremen, Germany, it’s a medium-length track with flowing corners. The layout has 16 corners with a length of 4,378 KM.


The circuit was designed by Redditor u/Schmuckiiii in r/RaceTrackDesigns and was originally called Armentrud Autodrome. I had an idea to find a real-life location somewhere in Germany and found a few hectares of area in the region of Bremen, hence the name Bremenring. This is my 6th scratch-made track released to the GP Bikes Community.

This track was started in September, but a few delays in the process because I had to finish other tracks first. Probably one of my favorite scratch-made tracks I’ve ever done, I had fun doing it as well. Additional 3D objects that are used to decorate and complete the track, are still taken from various games (credits below). There may or may not be updates in the future, as it’s pretty much 100%, so changing major things, like surface, would affect other things. Additional layouts will be added in the future though.




In-game Name:

Bremenring am See v1.0

Bremenring am See – Karting v1.0



  • 3D Start & Pit Lights
  • 3D Grass
  • Bestline
  • Groove multiplier
  • Live Screen
  • Rain Textures
  • Working Digital Marshal Flag


  • u/Schmuckiiii as Track Designer
  • r/RaceTrackDesigns
  • Codemasters – F1 Games Series, for miscellaneous objects
  • Kunos Simulazioni – Assetto Corsa, for miscellaneous objects
  • Milestone – MotoGP games series, RIDE game series, for miscellaneous objects


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Official Websites, Adrmeisterwerk

Official Youtube Channel, Adrmeisterwerk

Mod Instructions

Copy the pkz file and paste it into mods\tracks.
No need to extract or anything.


Total downloads: 552

ADRM - Bremenring v1.0

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