Reichsautobahn – 2000 km durch Deutschland 1934 badge.
In 1933, the “2000 km through Germany”” was held for the first time and it was at that time the most important German long-distance road race. Almost 2000 standard vehicles drove from Baden-Baden through Munich, Saxony, Berlin, the Ruhr and Colone, back to the starting point of Baden-Baden, for a nonstop circular course of about 2000 km.
As a road race the “2000 km through Germany” took place only once again in 1934 the following year. This trip was organized by Adolf Hühnlein,
Korpsführer des NSKK (the leader of the National Socialist motor Corps). Start and finish was again in the race proven Baden-Baden. It launched 650 automobiles and in Leipzig in addition 1088 motorcycles. The SA and the National Socialist motor Corps took the safety.
In very good condition, with functional needle.