Okay I think I’ve discovered the problem. I think I had skirt selected. I started a print on your file and it made it all the way around 360 degrees (I hade to scale it back to 97% to get it to work). I started a print on my file without skirt selected and it made it all the way around. Both prints were still a little bit off (closer to the back side than the front side, left and right sides looked even). I then selected skirt, it started up top in about the correct place, made it about 3/4s the way around (assume 250mm of filament) and then it just shifted over to the right and started to print way below where it should’ve started. The path looked to be the same as what I posted, it was on a collision course with the wiper, I cut the power to prevent damage.
It is worth mentioning that I did indeed print a 250mm skirt with the older 21.08 Cura software. My file was slight smaller than yours.
I don’t know why I can’t fit 152mm x 152mm file on the platform. My printer settings are set to 155 x 155 x 158. See attachment. I did select the model, right clicked and selected “Center on Platform”. As I mentioned, I had to scale yours down to 97% before it would work for me.
The software is a little bit buggy. The developers should test laying down a skirt with a smaller file and see where the print begins; I can foresee moving my model down to the lower end of the bed for a print (to avoid the center hotspot to prevent elephant footing) and letting the printer print a skirt to get the filament flowing and then it beginning to print to low on the bed and falling off like it did with these ring models.