Short and simply good. For many years, now, the Norisring has been a highlight on the DTM calendar. The circuit at Nuremberg’s ‘Zeppelinfeld’ is one of the absolute constants on the DTM calendar. Only twice in the history of the series – in 1985 and 1986 – DTM didn’t make a stop at the Norisring. It’s the atmosphere that turns this race meeting in such a unique event. The Norisring is Germany’s only still existing street circuit and from the huge ‘Steintribüne’, the spectators can see nearly the entire circuit. And the fact that the races usually are held in midsummer adds to the fantastic atmosphere between ‘Grundig-Kehre’ and Dutzendteich.
The DTM carries out two races on all race weekends. The distance is always 55 minutes plus one lap.
W Series, the brand-new single-seater racing championship for female drivers only will race exclusively on the DTM platform in 2019.
The Porsche Carrera Cup Germany is one of the most tradition-rich makes cups in the world and thrills the crowds with extremely attractive motor sport.
Das Tourenwagen Classics bringt die DTM-Klassiker der Achtziger- und Neunzigerjahre zurück auf die Strecke.
40 years after their race debut the legendary BMW M1 Procars still manage to excite not only the fans, but also their prestigious drivers.
|Opened||18th May 1947|
|Track length||2,300 km|
|DTM lap record||46.618 (7. Juli 2019)|
|Driven by||Nico Müller (Audi)|
|Most victories||Bruno Spengler (5)|
|The best brand||Mercedes (15)|