Deep in Germany, there is a race track through the hills called the Nürburgring. You may
have heard of it. Or, you may live deep in a cave. Either way, we’re pretty sure you don’t know we have our own ‘ring in Indiana. And, since it’s Indiana, it’s also larger than life – dwarfing the Nürburgring by 10 times. So large, in fact, that it has its own name: The Schweinefiletring™ (translation: Pork Tenderloin Ring)!
Drive the published route (either direction) ANYTIME during the weekend of June 22&23. It’s a loop route so you can start anywhere on the route.
Length: 17.5 miles 175 miles
Main Loop: Nordschleife Frittiertenschleife™
“North Loop” “Fried Loop”
Small Loop: Südschleife Gegrilltenschleife™
“South Loop” “Grilled Loop”
Race History: 250+ 0
Tenderloin 0 Too many to count!
The Schweinefiletring™ route is in place for the June 22, 23 event! Keep scrolling down this page for the details. Come back to this page on June 21. We will run the route again the week before and make adjustments, if necessary, due to road construction.
Why? Nice car in the foreground. Friendly guy behind the wheel. More importantly, clearly shows the POI. Points Awarded.
Why? This is a pretty good picture of a turtle. However, we can’t easily tell if the turtle is chilling at Shoals Overlook, Mt. Healthy School, or in Phil’s backyard. No Points Awarded.
Route to POI 2 and food at Brown County Inn:
Route to POI 3 and food at Sgt. Rick's American Grill & BBQ:
Route to POI 7 and food at Salt Creek Brewery - Route changed 6/19 due to local flooding:
Route to POI 8 and food at Nick's English Hut:
Route to POI 7 and food at Nick's English Hut:
Route to POI 6 and food at Salt Creek Brewery - Route changed 6/19 due to local flooding:
Route to POI 2 and food at Sgt. Rick's American Grill and BBQ:
Route to POI 1 and food at Brown County Inn: