The spectator concept of the Nürburgring for this year's 24h race stipulates that admission to the event can only be granted if visitors can prove that they have been vaccinated, have recovered or have tested negative.
Basically, the following applies to ticket holders: those who upload their negative corona test in advance via the online portal will simply be in the stand faster on the day of the event, as the ticket will then already have been activated. Otherwise, this only happens on site at the fan support. Although these are located at every stand, waiting times are to be expected.
The test (PoC antigen rapid test or PCR test - no self-test) must meet the requirements of the Robert Koch Institute and confirm that the ticket holder is not infected with SARS-CoV2. The proof must be provided on paper or as an electronic document, in German or English.
The details of the person tested (first and last name, date of birth) must match those of the ticket holder. The test result includes the date of testing and the type of test: PCR test or rapid antigen test.
Children up to and including 5 years of age are exempt from the verification requirement. The ticket will be activated at the fan support counter in the respective stand on site. Appropriate proof of age must be provided.
Children over 6 years of age require their own test result. The test result can also be uploaded in advance in the system in order to have the ticket released.
In the ring°carré (formerly the Eifeldorf) there is also a DRK counter where visitors can show proof that he or she has been vaccinated or has recovered.
This counter is open as follows:
Friday: 07:30 - 22:00 hrs
Saturday: 06:30 - 22:00 hrs
Sunday: 06:30 - 18:00 hrs