1. Control Tower
Control for test vehicles
is conducted here. The 15-metre high control tower provides a panoramic
view of the course.
2. Engineering garage
With hoists for preparation and
instrumentation of test cars. This garage can be used for training and and
3. High speed Oval track
Two 1,800 metre long lanes
with banked curves; the maximum gradient of the south bank is 45 degrees.
Vehicles can be tested up to speed of 120 km/h.
4. Skid pad
A diameter of up to 140 metres allowing
various types of skid tests.
5. Circular Low-µ track (blue basalt)
The skid ring at the
outside blue basalt of the skid pad with a diameter of 120m offers driving
on a surface similar to compacted snow (µ of 0.3) with vehicle speeds up to
6. Handling track (asphalt)
The total track length is 1,036 metres and
there are 20 different kinds of corners, varying from 18 to 85m radius.
7a. Slopes with different gradients (asphalt
+ blue basalt)
There are four types of
30%, 20%, 10% and 5% gradients, and for the slopes of 20%,10% and 5%
special tiles were laid out to recreate a low gradient quasi-compacted snow
and icelike road (µ = 0.3 and µ = 0.1).
8. Fording Pit
10. Undulating track
11. Mud pit
12. Sand pit
14. Rough bumpy
15. Steep Slope (dirt)
There are four slopes; 60%; 50%; 40% and 30%
16. Stucky Road
2 types stuck traps
simualte cross-country road testing.
17. Checker board (Asphalt/Blue Basalt)
Change of high and low µ surfaces
representing slippery conditions (µ=0.3 and µ=0.8)
18. Icy Low-µ Track
Porcelain tiles simulate
icy road conditions (µ = 0.1), used for traction and brake testing.
19. Snowy Low-µ track
Basalt tiles simulate snowy road conditions
(µ = 0.3), used for traction and brake testing.