Short and just good. The Norisring has been a highlight in the DTM racing calendar for years. At the Nuremberg Zeppelin Field the DTM drivers are among the absolute regular guests. Since the series premiere in 1984, the DTM was only in 1985 and 1986 at the Norisring not launched. It is the atmosphere that makes this event something special. The Norisring is the only remaining street circuit in Germany, the spectators can see from the large stone grandstand almost the entire route. The fact that the races are usually held in midsummer, contributes to the magnificent atmosphere between Grundig turn and Dutzendteich.
The DTM carries out two races on all race weekends. The distance is always 55 minutes plus one lap.
The FIA Formula 3 European Championship is the leading junior series in Europe. Anyone who shines here has good prospects for a cockpit in the DTM or Formula 1.
The FHR 100 Miles Trophy, which contested its first season in 2017, includes GT cars built from 1966 to 1988.
|Opened||18. Mai 1947|
|Track length||2,3 km|
|DTM-Lap record||47,846 Sek. (2. Juli 2017)|
|Driven by||Bruno Spengler (BMW)|
|Most victories||Bruno Spengler, Jamie Green (4)|
|The best brand||Mercedes 15)|
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Camping at the Norisring
Type: integrated into the area
Distance to track: directly
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Type: Camping yard
Size: 120 plots
Distance to track: about 1,2 km
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Welcome to the camping hotel: Just rent a tent and accessories and enjoy a stress-free camping directly at the racetrack – without long search a decent spot and without annoying tent assembling.
At www.zeltheld.com you can easily book your camping tents and accessories for all DTM races in Germany. All rented tents will be pitched before your arrival on a perfect spot and ZELTHELD will even take care of the disassembly while you’re already on your way home. Rented accessories can be also picked up at their service tent and be used by you at the location of your choice. > Book now at www.zeltheld.com
On the city:Bavaria's second-biggest city, Nuremberg, is located in the heart of Franconia. And it is the home of the legendary Norisring. Absolutely worth seeing is the restored medieval old town including the mighty emperor's castle. Apropos: Nuremberg also features the oldest Bratwurst restaurant in the world, founded in 1313 - the cradle of the famous 'Nürnberger Bratwurst' that already was loved by Nuremberg's most famous son, Albrecht Dürer.
Grandstand lead: 'S-Kurve', car contacts guaranteed, view of the chicane and the end of the home straight.
Culture lead: The highlight of Nuremberg most definitely is the medieval old town with the castle and the Albrecht-Dürer-Haus. The cosy atmosphere between half-timber and cobblestone pavement thrilled every Nuremberg visitor to date. At the same time, the city also features numerous cultural highlights. The 'Germanische Nationalmuseum' for instance, is the biggest culture-historical museum in the German speaking part of Europe. The latest information on exhibitions, events and other points of interest in Nuremberg can be found at our website, tourismus.nuernberg.de. For your stay in Nuremberg, our Nürnberg Card is your perfect companion. With this ticket, you can use every Nuremberg public transportation and enter all the museums and points of interest of the city for two days!
To be tasted at all costs: The 'Nürnberger Bratwurst'! These Bratwursts with their size of a finger are a registered trademark and may be produced solely in Nuremberg's urban area. Everywhere in the old city you will find Bratwurst kitchens that offer this specialty - usually six of them with sauerkraut. But three of them in a roll - a Franconian would say 'Drei im Weggla' also represent a culinary highlight.
Attention, slang: a Seidla = a beer, allmächt na = for heaven's sake, fei = filler word that can't be translated, Nämberch = Nuremberg
For partygoers: The major part of Nuremberg's nightlife takes part in the old town. There, in particular below the castle and in the Weißgerbergasse, you can find numerous pubs, bars and clubs. And in summer, the countless beer gardens offer a particularly nice possibility to enjoy the urban atmosphere.
Shop here: Nuremberg has got one of the biggest and oldest pedestrian areas in Germany. Here, in the southern part of the old town, you can buy everything your heart desires. One of Nuremberg's point of interest with a special ambience is the 'Handwerkerhof' (Craftsmen Yard). Surrounded by towers and walls of the medieval town fortification, the 'Kleine Stadt am Königstor' (small town at the king's gate) invites to an eventful shopping tour. Amazing what is going on in the small workshops, shops and ginnels and how many extraordinary products can be admired and purchased. Tradition-rich craftsmen, such as tin moulders, bag-makers, potters, wax-artists, goldsmiths and silversmiths, glass painters, gingerbread bakers and doll makers established their workshops in the beautiful half-timber houses and demonstrate their skills.