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On a website I use to go, one of the writers gave this hard puzzle:

What are the meaning of those numbers given they are not Norwegian coordinates.

60.6604211,10.7210713

I have no clue how to solve it, the only thing I know it's a Formula One Sport website and this enigma was given on Max Verstappen Formula One Driver's topic, although I don't exclude it doesn't have a link with Max or Formula One.

I also know the comma and points are intended and on the right positions.

I thank the creator of this puzzle and give him his credit. It comes from here and was posted by tigo.

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  • $\begingroup$ The puzzle posted in the link said Pour avoir Maxou vous devez trouver à quoi ceci correspond : 60.6604211,10.7210713 which google translates to "To have Maxou you must find out what this corresponds to: 60.6604211,10.7210713". $\endgroup$ – Weather Vane Jul 8 at 17:08
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    $\begingroup$ It's too few characters for me to edit, but that should be one of the writers. $\endgroup$ – phoog Jul 8 at 21:08
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It's pointing you to

the Porsche R&D center at Weissach in Germany. Specifically, the middle of the track there.

The code is a

latitude-longitude pair in octal.

I figured this out by noticing that

all the digits are less than eight.

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