The Nürburgring is a household name all over the world. It is regarded as the mother of all racetracks and the term ‘tradition’ just isn’t powerful enough for describing it. On 18th June 1927, after a construction time of only two years, the circuit staged its first motor-racing event. Since then, the legendary Nordschleife has been both loved and dreaded by the drivers. And at the latest when the British three-time Formula One World Champion Jackie Stewart called the circuit ’The Green Hell’, the myth was born. Up to and including the 1993 season, DTM also contested its races at the Nordschleife. In that year, Nicola Larini made its debut appearance at the Nordschleife and won the race, nevertheless. To provide the fans on site as much race action as possible, the DTM races have been contested on the short version of the GP circuit, since then as this means far more laps and, consequently, more fascination. For the 18 drivers, winning in the Eifel still is something very special.
Enthralling race action and far more
A DTM weekend is far more than just a motor-racing event. Apart from to the enthralling race action provided by DTM and the top-class race series in its support programme, visiting the paddock represents a particular highlight. There’s a lot to be watched and in addition, the DTM aces will be available for autographing sessions and rounds of interviews. And there will be top-class concerts featuring renowned musicians. To cut a long story short: a memorable event for the entire family.
The region: Embedded in the formerly volcanic Eifel region, the Nürburgring is located between the small towns Adenau and Nüburg, surrounded by forests and rolling hills. The nearest bigger cities are Koblenz, Andernach und Neuwied in the east as well as Bad Neuenahr-Ahrweiler in the north. To get to the ring by car, please use the A1 or the A48.
The circuit: Famous thanks to the legendary Nordschleife; the DTM race is held on the short layout.
Grandstand tip: Grandstand T4 and Mercedes-Grandstand: View of the home straight and the Mercedes Arena.
Must-have souvenir: Eifel premium brandies: aromatic fruits (pear, apple, plum) distilled in selected quality. Or you have your favourite Eifel souvenir – such as the beautiful cup with the hearts – sent home to you.
To be tasted at all costs: Eifeler Döppekooche: The Döppekoche is a ring cake, originally made of grated potatoes, bacon and onions. Today, there also are versions featuring vegetables, sweet stuff or spicy sauces.
Careful, slang: Rennbaan = Nürburgring; Schleefbutz = slow person; Tunnel Dich! = Hurry up!
For partygoers: Traditionally, the SWR3-DanceNight represents a highlight of the DTM weekends at the Nürburgring: in the discotheque ‘Eifel Stadl’, the fans can party the night away. For DTM-ticket holders, the admission is free, on Saturday.
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Pressure 1010 hPa
Sunrise 08:19 Uhr
Sunset 17:08 Uhr
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ON-DEMAND CAMPING NÜRBURGRING
Type: on selected parking sites around the circuit
Distance to the circuit: some five minutes
Here you can find all the details on the on-demand campingat 'The Ring'.
Camping am Nürburgring
Type: camping site
Size: 300 000m², 1200 pitches
Distance to the circuit: a five-minute walk
Here you can find all the details on camping at the Nürburgring"