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Nürburgring

Experience the thrills of the track at the Nürburgring in the Eifel region, one of the longest and most beautiful circuits in the world.

The Nürburgring is a legend, one of the longest, busiest and most challenging racetracks in the world with a rich history and tradition. It hosts a range of music and sporting events, but the main attraction is always motor racing, from Formula One, the German Touring Car Masters (DTM), 24 hour races and the Superbike World Championship to truck and classic car races. Both amateur and professional drivers from a wide range of racing classes compete here with their vehicles on two tracks, the historic north circuit opened in 1927 which measures 20.832 kilometres and the modern 5.148 kilometre Grand Prix circuit. Driving your own car across the legendary track has long since become an established tradition at the Nürburgring. Track days on the north circuit are available every day. From Ford to Maserati – anyone who has experienced the thrill of the north circuit for themselves will keep coming back to the Ring! A range of driving packages are available, such as the BMW 'Ring taxi' and rides in the passenger seat of a Nissan GTR, where you can see the Nürburgring from a new, action-packed perspective at the side of an experienced racing driver.

행사
Face your fears: long-distance race for everyone. The Reinoldus Long-Distance Cup is a motorcycle championship. The RLC is a “series for everyone” . Anyone who likes motorsports can take part. So off you go, racers, see you in the Eifel region!

다음 일정:

30.06.2019

부터 10:00

22.09.2019

부터 10:00

03.10.2019

부터 10:00

행사 장소

Otto-Flimm-Straße
53520 Nürburg
Fon: (0049) 2691 3020
Fax: (0049) 2691 3029099
info@nuerburgring.de
www.nuerburgring.de

주최자

Dortmunder Motorsport-Club e. V. im ADAC
Hörder Neumarkt 4
44263 Dortmund
Fon: (0049) 2314257900
info@do-mc.de
http://www.do-mc.de

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Burning rubber and roaring engines: hundreds of thousands of motorsport fans flock to the Nürburgring or Hockenheimring for the German Grand Prix, the annual race in Germany for the Formula 1 World Championship. The world's biggest motor racing event is huge among racing fans in Germany. Michael Schumacher and Sebastian Vettel are regarded as national heroes, having won nine Formula 1 titles between them.

The history of the German Grand Prix is as long as it is glorious. It was held for the first time in 1926 – initially a race for sports cars on the AVUS track in Berlin – and then transferred to the newly built Nürburgring a year later. The first Formula 1 race in Germany took place in 1951. Since 1954 – with the exception of 1960 – every race has counted towards the World Championship. Until 1976 nearly every race was held on the legendary northern circuit of the Nürburgring racetrack – the only exceptions were in 1959 and 1970 when the honour fell to the AVUS track and Hockenheimring respectively. From 1977 to 1984 the race once again took place at Hockenheimring, and apart from only one return to the new Nürburgring track in 1985, they remained at Hockenheim until 2006. The German Grand Prix didn't take place in 2007, but the Nürburgring did host the European Grand Prix. In 2008 it was once again the turn of Hockenheimring, and since then it has been decided to include both racetracks on the programme on an alternating basis. Much to the delight of the fans. Both races are quite simply the highlight of the Formula 1 season.

다음 일정:

26.07.2019 - 28.07.2019

행사 장소

Nürburgring
B258
53520 Nürburg

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