27 February, Tuesday

All dates fixed – long-distance season is ready to start

A total of 15 thrilling races, two endurance series and a 24-hour race as the season highlight: Nürburgring fans can look forward to more motorsport action in the Green Hell than ever before in the 2024 season. The drivers and teams of the ADAC RAVENOL 24h Nürburgring, the Nürburgring Endurance Series (NES) and the Nürburgring Langstrecken-Serie (NLS) are ready to battle for positions, points...
All dates fixed – long-distance season is ready to start


A total of 15 thrilling races, two endurance series and a 24-hour race as the season highlight: Nürburgring fans can look forward to more motorsport action in the Green Hell than ever before in the 2024 season. The drivers and teams of the ADAC RAVENOL 24h Nürburgring, the Nürburgring Endurance Series (NES) and the Nürburgring Langstrecken-Serie (NLS) are ready to battle for positions, points and trophies on the legendary tarmac. The fourth weekend in March will finally see the return of thrilling motorsport at the Nürburgring. When the NES opens the endurance season with its warm-up on March 22 and 23, fans can look forward to the sound of engines and an extensive view of the action - with free admission to the open grandstands and paddock. Also included: a visit to the ring°werk motorsport experience museum. 24h Qualifiers and NES as a dress rehearsal for the highlight of the yearJust two weeks later, the NLS also kicks off its season. With a so-called "double-header" - with two races on one weekend - on April 6 and 7. Directly afterwards, the 24h Qualifiers will once again take place over two days in the Green Hell. From April 13 to 14, these are not only the prologue to the annual highlight in May, but also count towards the NLS championship standings for the first time. As a dress rehearsal for the teams and to get the fans in the mood before the 24-hour race, the NES awaits once again afterwards. At the race on May 4, man and machine will test their strength one last time on the combination of the Grand Prix circuit and the Nordschleife before the big showdown from May 30 to June 2, 2024. Schedule for the ADAC RAVENOL 24h Nürburgring is setAt the ADAC RAVENOL 24h Nürburgring, fans can look forward to a varied program on and off the track. In addition to the kick-off at the Adenauer Racing Day on Wednesday (May 29th), the first session will follow the next day with the so-called night qualifying, which will continue into the dark - including a campfire atmosphere around the legendary asphalt. On Friday, the battle for the top grid positions will be decided as usual in the top qualifying session, before the 24-hour marathon begins on Saturday at 4 pm. NES double-header in September, NLS season finale in NovemberFrom now until November, the two racing series will alternate at the Nürburgring, offering fans of endurance motorsport thrilling races every month. The NES also has a "double-header" as a season highlight. On the weekend of September 14 and 15, the teams will be able to hunt for points in the championship twice. Who will be crowned champion in the end will be decided in both series at the respective finals in November. While the last race in the NES will be held on November 9, the NLS is responsible for the official season finale at the Nürburgring. On November 16, the lights will turn green for the last time in the 2024 season. All endurance race dates at a glance: 22. - 23.03.2024: NES 06. - 07.04.2024: NLS Double-Header 13. - 14.04.2024: ADAC 24h Nürburgring Qualifiers 04.05.2024: NES 2 30.05. - 02.06.2024: ADAC RAVENOL 24h Nürburgring 22.06.2024: NLS 06.07.2024: NES 03.08.2024: NLS 14. - 15.09.2024: NES Double-Header 19.10.2024: NLS 09.11.2024: NES 16.11.2024: NLS

Schedule for 24h and 24h Qualifiers published


The timetables for the ADAC RAVENOL 24h Nürburgring and the ADAC 24h Nürburgring Qualifiers are now available. This is the traditional starting signal for many fans to begin planning for the motorsport event of the year and also gives participants and teams early planning security. This year, it should not be too difficult for them to get their bearings: The sporting program and procedures for the 24h Nürburgring from 30 May to 2 June 2024 are largely the same as last year. However, the schedule for the prologue a month and a half beforehand has been significantly revised: the two four-hour races at the 24h Qualifiers (April 12 - 14) are part of the Nürburgring Endurance Series (NLS) for the first time this year and therefore promise maximum sporting excitement. The Friday before the Qualifiers weekend will also be dedicated to a permit course, with which Nordschleife rookies can acquire their DMSB Permit Nordschleife (DPN).  > ADAC 24h Nürburgring Qualifiers: Timetable and further information> ADAC RAVENOL 24h Nürburgring: Timetable and further information For the main protagonists of the 24-hour weekend, the tried-and-tested sporting schedule remains unchanged. Two qualifying sessions are scheduled for Thursday (May 30), during which the race cars can battle for the best set-up and the fastest times for more than five hours. The evening qualifying session ends at 11:30 pm and promises an endurance atmosphere with bonfires and barbecues around the track. On Friday, there will be another 75-minute third qualifying session as a last chance before the dice are finally cast on the starting grid in the early evening - that's when the top qualifying takes place and with it the battle for grid positions at the front of the field. On Saturday, the teams can carry out a final fine-tuning session during the midday warm-up before the 24-hour marathon begins at 16:00. Proven supporting programVisitors to the Nürburgring will experience an exciting supporting program around the 24h Nürburgring, which will remain the same as last year. The first competitive kilometers will be covered in the performance test on Thursday morning, while the touring car legends will hold the first race of the weekend on the GP circuit in the late morning, followed by two more races on Friday and Saturday. The Touring Car Trophy will also have its first race on Thursday - also on the GP circuit - with the second race following on Friday. The ADAC 24h-Classic race promises action on the Nordschleife. It will start again on Saturday morning. Of course, many other activities in the supporting program will also ensure an entertaining weekend. The timetables and schedules will be published once the planning has been completed. 24h Qualifiers count towards the NLS, streamlined schedule in line with the DPN amendmentVisitors to the ADAC 24h Nürburgring Qualifiers can expect a race weekend with twice the sporting excitement. As the two four-hour races are counted towards the NLS, the starting field is likely to be packed with attractive participants across all vehicle classes, battling for points and placings in the popular racing series. Of course, the weekend will also be dominated by preparations for the highlight of the season. Many top teams use the prologue with its total of eleven and a half hours of driving time on the Nordschleife for intensive preparation and tuning of the race cars. Numerous drivers are also sure to use the races to fulfill the qualification requirements for acquiring the "big" DMSB Permit Nordschleife (DPN) level A. This "additional license" is required for races on the longest and most demanding race track in the world, and Nordschleife rookies can complete the entire learning program as part of the 24h Qualifiers starting this year. This is because a permit course will take place before the two days of competition (Saturday, April 13 - Sunday, April 14), which will initially enable the acquisition of the "small" DPN B, which is required for races with vehicles below the GT3 category. With one of these race cars, the entitlement for the DPN A can then be obtained during the two qualifying races. When the NLS and 24h participants are not populating the track, the Qualifiers should not be boring either. On Saturday, the program will be supplemented by a three-and-a-half-hour RCN performance test.

The 24-hour classics at Spa and the Nürburgring as a ticket bundle


Two legendary endurance races, twice a whole weekend of action, twice the best endurance drivers and teams as a full assembly: this is what fans can experience this year at the ADAC RAVENOL 24h Nürburgring (May 30 - June 2) and the CrowdStrike 24 Hours of Spa (June 26 - 30). The two traditional events have put together a special package for their visitors this year and are offering the combination of the two four-day tickets (valid Thursday - Sunday) at a special price: the package is included for €126.65 (instead of €149 when the individual prices are added together). As a special gift for the most loyal 24h fans, each ticket also comes with an exclusive lanyard. The package can be ordered immediately via the dedicated ticket store. If you like endurance racing, you will of course already know and love the two endurance classics: both the 24h Nürburgring and the traditional event in Spa-Francorchamps, Belgium, shine with superlatives and are also held on unique natural race tracks. In both cases, fans can look forward to action-packed events and large, diverse starting fields around the circuit. Nürburgring: local heroes won in 2023 with a record-breaking driveThe Nürburgring hosts the world's largest field of entrants in an international circuit race: the organizing ADAC Nordrhein expects 130 touring cars and GTs to compete for victories and seconds in the numerous competition classes on the world's longest (and for many, most beautiful) race track again this year. At the front: dozens of beefy GT3 cars battling it out for overall victory. At this year's 52nd edition, the successor to the reigning winning team will be sought. The local heroes of the Frikadelli Racing Team won the fastest 24-hour race of all time at the Nürburgring in 2023: Earl Bamber, Nick Catsburg, David Pittard and Felipe Fernandez Laser raced around the 25-km circuit a whopping 162 times in the Ferrari 296 GT3 and also set a new distance record of 4,111.236 km. Spa: Well-known GT3 stars are defending champions at the 100th anniversary eventThe CrowdStrike 24h Hours of Spa is regarded as the biggest pure GT race in the world. In June, 70 cars will battle day and night for supremacy on the seven-kilometre circuit - and it will be under special circumstances. The 2023 winners, the Rowe Racing team, who are also well known at the Ring, will be defending their title in the BMW M4 GT3 at the 100th edition of the classic. Whoever succeeds the reigning winners Marco Wittmann, Philipp Eng and Nick Yelloly can immortalize themselves in the motorsport annals in a special way. The two classics in Germany and Belgium therefore promise the very finest motorsport just one month apart. The best prospects for an exciting summer with a combined ticket for two endurance festivals.

Advance booking for the 24h is open


Fans of the ADAC RAVENOL 24h Nürburgring wait impatiently for this every year: The starting signal for advance ticket sales for the Nordschleife classic from May 30 to June 2, 2024 has been given. From now until May 17, 2024, tickets are available in the 24h ticket store here on the 24h homepage. Advance ticket sales are also available online on the Nürburgring homepage at At the same time, advance sales for the ADAC 24h Nürburgring Qualifiers, which are scheduled for next year from April 13 to 14, have already gone online. > more info & tickets Ticket bundle: Two 24h races with a 15 percent discount!There will be a special treat for fans of the 24h at the Nürburgring next year. As part of the cooperation with the SRO Motorsports Group, the 24h in the Eifel will not only welcome the participants of the Intercontinental GT Challenge, fans will also benefit from the partnership: Those who want to visit the two 24h classics of Spa-Francorchamps (June 27 - 30, 2024) and the ADAC RAVENOL 24h Nürburgring will soon be able to purchase a ticket bundle and save 15 percent: This means that both event tickets will only cost €126.65 instead of €149 (sum of the individual prices). The online store for these tickets is currently in preparation and will be online shortly. Yearbook and event ticket available as a packageJust in time for Christmas, all the tickets that make 24h fans happy are now available - traditionally they are often found under the Christmas tree. This also applies to the Gruppe-C-Verlag yearbook, which will be available from December 2023. On 272 pages, there is a comprehensive review of this year's 24h - and you can also combine this with the anticipation of 2024: The popular package of yearbook and event ticket will soon be available via the publisher's website ( for a discounted €145 (instead of €185 if purchased individually).

Nürburgring publishes 2024 endurance racing dates


The Nürburgring is giving a first preview of the 2024 season, and fans and teams of the popular endurance motorsport on the legendary Nordschleife can pull out their calendars. Because in addition to the date for the ADAC RAVENOL 24h Nürburgring (May 30 to June 2, 2024), which has already been fixed for some time, the provisional dates for the popular formats of an endurance series and the Rundstrecken-Challenge Nürburgring (RCN) are now also fixed. As usual, the Nürburgring will present the entire event calendar for next year at the Essen Motor Show at the beginning of December. The challenges of the most demanding race track in the world are among the special fascinations in motorsport - for professionals, amateurs and fans alike. The endurance motor racing races lasting several hours have always been part of the Nürburgring DNA. That's why many horsepower enthusiasts mark the dates in their calendars well in advance and plan their vacations and free time accordingly. And the racing teams try to plan their entries as early as possible - either at the various races at the Nürburgring or taking into account the international racing calendar. Four-day motorsport festival at the 24h NürburgringNo matter what the respective focus is - planning security plays an important role for the teams. This is also why the Nürburgring already announced in 2021 together with the ADAC Nordrhein, as the organizer of the ADAC RAVENOL 24h Nürburgring, that the current contract would be extended early until 2028. The date of the highlight for 2024 was accordingly fixed early. Fans can look forward to a four-day motorsport festival in the Green Hell again next year. The 52nd edition of the endurance classic will take place from Thursday, May 30 to Sunday, June 2, 2024, with the dress rehearsal taking place a good month beforehand - the associated ADAC 24h Nürburgring Qualifiers from April 13 to 14, 2024. One race every month - nine dates for endurance seriesAs usual, the coming motorsport year will kick off with the test and set-up day. The first testing opportunity on the combination of Grand Prix circuit and Nordschleife will be on Saturday, March 16, 2024, when the teams taking part in the various races at the Nürburgring can prepare for the tasks ahead. The "warm-up" will be followed each month by fixed dates for an endurance series and for the Nürburgring Circuit Challenge (RCN). From March to October, the operators of the Nürburgring have taken into account the dates here, planning ahead with the respective season highlights. Thus, for an endurance series after the season opener on March 23, 2024, a 12-hour race or a double header (13 - 15.09.2024) can also take place. On this date, Sunday has already been reserved in addition to the usual race Saturday. The season finale is scheduled for October 12. Popular sport in the Green Hell: Nürburgring Circuit Challenge No racing series better represents the fact that the Nürburgring is also the home of popular sport than the Nürburgring Circuit Challenge. In this context, the entry-level series is called GLP - a regularity test whose regulations allow drivers to start with a street-legal vehicle. The goal is consistency. The participants must repeat their submitted lap time as accurately as possible in the subsequent confirmation laps. The next stage is the so-called performance test, the Nürburgring Circuit Challenge. This must be contested with a race-ready car and with at least the DMSB license A. In addition to a points system based on the lap times driven, there is also the 3-hour "Schwedenkreuz" race at the end of the season, which is counted as the eighth race. There the participants can gain their first racing experience. The dates for these popular formats have now also been set well in advance of the start of the season. The green light for the start of the RCN / GLP 2024 will be given at the ADAC 24h Nürburgring Qualifier on the second weekend in April. The RCN will celebrate another appearance as usual in the context of the ADAC RAVENOL 24h Nürburgring. In October, there will be a double-header of the circuit challenge: on Sunday, October 13, and on Saturday, October 26, with the 3h race as the season's crowning finale. Overview of all provisional endurance motorsport dates in 2024: Tryout and set-up session: 16.03.2024 Endurance series: 23.03.2024 Endurance series: 06.04.2024 ADAC 24h Nürburgring Qualifiers with RCN / GLP: 13. - 14.04.2024 RCN / GLP: 27.04.2024 Endurance series: 04.05.2024 ADAC RAVENOL 24h Nürburgring with RCN: 30.05. - 02.06.2024 Endurance series: 22.06.2024 RCN / GLP: 29.06.2024 Endurance series: 06.07.2024 Endurance series: 03.08.2024 RCN / GLP: 04.08.2024 RCN / GLP: 31.08.2024 Endurance series: 13 - 15.09.2024 Endurance series: 12.10.2024 RCN / GLP: 13.10.2024 GLP: 25.10.2024 RCN 3h race: 26.10.2024

New date for the 24h Nürburgring 2024


The 24h Nürburgring will take place on the weekend of Corpus Christi in 2024 (30 May to 2 June). This was announced today by the organising ADAC Nordrhein. The rescheduling had become necessary because a round of the FIA WEC in Spa-Francorchamps, Belgium, had been scheduled at short notice for the Ascension weekend at the beginning of May, which had already been planned for years. For many teams and drivers, the overlap of the two events would have posed hardly solvable problems, as the FIA World Endurance Championship will also announce a class for the GT3 cars that have been competing at the Nürburgring for years from 2024. "We didn't want to impose this on our participants, nor on the endurance fans," said Walter Hornung, race director of the 24h Nürburgring. "Since the organisers of Rock am Ring and also the Nürburgring have been extremely flexible, we were able to make the postponement possible." Rock am Ring will take place as planned on 7 to 9 June 2024, but the set-up and dismantling times of the two mega-events, which now take place in immediate succession, had to be drastically shortened.  "Precisely because we know how complex the coordination with other series and individual events in GT3 racing is, we have already announced 2021 to 2028 dates for the 24h Nürburgring," says Walter Hornung. "Of course, all the relevant players are aware of this so that scheduling overlaps in the international calendar are avoided and collisions with other major events at the same venue are prevented. We are all the happier that Rock am Ring and the Nürburgring are joining us in taking on the short-term logistical and technical challenge of having two completely different events, each with tens of thousands of spectators, take place one right after the other." Advance sales for Rock am Ring have already opened at, and tickets for the 24h Nürburgring 2024 will also be available shortly at

24h ring°guide for Sunday, 21 May - everything at a glance


Everything you need to know about the ADAC TotalEnergies 24h Nürburgring from 18 to 21 May 2023. SUNDAY, 21. MAI: RACE PROGRAMME & LIVESTREAMS: SUNDAY16:00                checkered flag - ADAC TotalEnergies 24h Nürburgring (LIVE - directly to the stream)     FAN-ACTIVITIES SUNDAY09:00 – 18:00    Fan-Mile ring°boulevard 09:30 – 16:00    Ravenol Giant Wheel Ride Time11:00 – 11:30   Meet our mascot "Legend" (ring°boulevard)15:00 – 15:30   Meet our mascot "Legend" (ring°boulevard)   > All further information about the 24h Nürburgring can be found here.   OPEN HOURS LOCATIONS: ring°fanshop:                   09:00 - 17:00 h info°center:                      08:00 - 17:00 h ring°kartbahn:                 10:00 - 20:00 h ring°werk Museum:         10:00 - 17:00 h Nürburgring eSports bar: 10:00 - 20:00 h OPEN HOURS GASTRONOMY: Bitburger Gasthaus:        11:00 - 18:00 h LUCIA:                               11:00 - 22:00 h Restaurant Nuvolari:       18:00 - 22:30 h TICKETS: at all open box offices: Event ticket Thurs. - Sun. (adult): € 75.00 | (reduced): € 45.00 Weekend ticket Fri. - Sun. (adult): € 70.00 | Weekend ticket (reduced): € 42.00 Day ticket Saturday (adult): € 50,00 | Day ticket Saturday (reduced): € 30,00 Day ticket Sunday (adult): € 39,00 | Day ticket Sunday (reduced): € 23,40   BUS SHUTTLE TIMES WEEKEND:Times: Thursday   08:00 – 24:00Friday        08:00 – 01:00Saturday    08:00 – 24:00Sunday    00:00 – 18:00 Route 1:-    Dorint Hotel-    Scharfer Kopf (FSZ II, nur Freitag zur Falken Drift Show)-    ring°carré-    Hatzenbach / BMW Test-Center-    Schwalbenschwanz-    Pflanzgarten-    Brünnchen-    und zurück Route 2:-    Dorint Hotel-    Scharfer Kopf (FSZ II, only Friday to the Falken Drift Show)-    Quiddelbacher Höhe / Hatzenbach-    Hatzenbach / BMW Test-Center-    Breidscheid-    Adenau Schule (Adenauer Forst)-    Adenau Hauptstraße (Zweirad Schmitz) -    and back

Emotional premiere victory for Frikadelli and Ferrari


Emotional double premiere at the ADAC TotalEnergies 24h Nürburgring: The Frikadelli team won the "Eifel Marathon" for the first time and thus also gave Ferrari its first success at the endurance classic. After 24 hours through the "Green Hell", the Briton David Pittard steered the new Ferrari 296 GT3 of the local heroes across the finish line in first place. Together with Earl Bamber, Nick Catsburg and Felipe Fernandez Laser, he also set a distance record: Never before had a winning team completed 162 laps since the race's premiere in 1970. After 4,085.858 kilometres, the Frikadelli-Ferrari had a 26.911-second lead over the Rowe-BMW #98. The previous record was 159 laps of 4,035.102 kilometres from 2014 and 2022. The weekend was overshadowed by the death of a sporting director who collapsed during his stint on Sunday morning and passed away despite immediate medical attention and transport to the hospital in Mayen. "The blood pressure is maybe a bit high at the moment, but of course I'm feeling very good now. We'll have a Kölsch tonight," said Frikadelli team owner Klaus Abbelen in the initial exuberance immediately after the success. "I don't know what to say. I'm just incredibly proud of everyone. This is my first really big success. Sabine Schmitz has helped us from heaven. I'm also very happy for dear Klaus," Fernandez Laser said. "Unbelievable, what a victory," Nick Catsburg declared. For the Dutchman, it was already the second victory after 2020, back then still in the Rowe BMW. A premiere is the jump on the top step of the podium for his teammates Felipe Fernadez Laser, the Briton David Pittard and Earl Bamber from New Zealand, who has already won the 24 Hours of Le Mans twice and the 24 Hours of Spa once. In the Rowe BMW #98, Marco Wittmann and Sheldon van der Linde took second place in the "Eifel Marathon", as they had done in 2021. This time they were supported by Maxime Martin and Dries Vanthoor, who had triumphed in an Audi in 2022. The podium was completed by Raffaele Marciello, Luca Stolz and Philip Ellis in the #4 from Mercedes-AMG Team Bilstein. A total of 235,000 spectators watched the endurance classic over the weekend. The 52nd edition of the 24h Nürburgring will take place from 9 to 12 May 2024. Duel since sunrise Since sunrise, the Frikadelli-Ferrari and the Rowe-BMW #98 had taken turns at the top due to the pit stop difference of two laps. Adjusted, however, there was a clear advantage for the Ferrari crew, which had only lost a little time in the early stages due to a puncture a few kilometres before the pits. The #98, on the other hand, had only started the race from 31st place after a run-out in the top qualifying 1, but then worked its way into the leading group after only a few hours with a faultless performance. The Frikadelli-Ferrari made its last pit stop 61 minutes before the end of the 24 hours. With 44 minutes to go, Dries Vanthoor took to the track just under a minute behind, but was unable to make a decisive move. "In the end, we can be totally satisfied. We started from 31st place and therefore in the last row of our starting group. To be honest, we never thought we would get so far ahead," said Wittmann. "But when you are so close to victory in the last third of the race, you want to win. But the Ferrari is too fast for that. We didn't make any mistakes in the race and therefore have nothing to reproach ourselves for." The best Porsche in the final classification was the #96 from Rutronik in fifth place, the best-placed model from Ingolstadt was the #39 Land Audi in sixth. The revival of the three former DTM champions Mike Rockenfeller, Timo Scheider and Martin Tomczyk in the #40 Scherer-PHX Audi ended in twelfth place. It was also the last 24-hour race of outgoing team boss Ernst Moser, who celebrated six overall victories with Phoenix at the "Eifel Marathon". Mapelli in the Abt Lamborghini the man of the first laps After Marciello had initially maintained the pole position he had fought for on Friday evening and led the field onto the Nordschleife in first place, Marco Mapelli was the man of the first laps. The Italian in the Abt Lamborghini #27 initially moved up from third to second at the start and also overtook Marciello on the third lap. In doing so, he immediately gave Abbots the first lead laps on their 24h return with the new manufacturer. An early puncture, however, set the team back significantly soon afterwards, and in the end it was enough for ninth place. Turbulent night with the premature end for several candidates for victory Up to the halfway point of the race, there were some interesting duels, but even as darkness fell, there were hardly any major incidents. The numerous fans around the Nordschleife created a great atmosphere with the smell of barbecue, music and the usual bizarre set-ups at the popular hotspots such as Hatzenbach, Brünnchen or Schwalbenschwanz. In the early morning, events came to a head when several of the winners left the race early within a short period of time. For example, the two Scherer-PHX-Audi with the #1 and the #5 spun off the track almost synchronously on an oil track, the sister car with the #16 threw a time penalty of 4:36 minutes for a total of three flag violations far behind. The Rowe-BMW #99 retired after a collision while lapping, later the Junior-BMW #72 was also withdrawn due to suspension damage. The "Grello" also retired early - the #911 Manthey Porsche kept having problems after an early puncture. Mercedes-AMG lost the #3 around Maro Engel, who started from the front row, early on.

24h ring°guide for Saturday, 20 May - everything at a glance


Everything you need to know about the ADAC TotalEnergies 24h Nürburgring from 18 to 21 May 2023. SATURDAY, 20. MAI: RACE PROGRAMME & LIVESTREAMS: SATURDAY09:10 – 12:10    Race - ADAC 24h-Classic (LIVE - directly to the stream)12:40 – 13:25    Warm-Up - ADAC TotalEnergies 24h Nürburgring    14:00 – 14:30    Race 2 - Tourenwagen Legenden       14:45 – 15:30   Grid - ADAC TotalEnergies 24h Nürburgring 14:45                Pit light green - ADAC TotalEnergies 24h Nürburgring 15:30                Pit light red - ADAC TotalEnergies 24h Nürburgring     15:40                Formation lap - ADAC TotalEnergies 24h Nürburgring 16:00               Start race - ADAC TotalEnergies 24h Nürburgring (LIVE - directly to the stream) IMPORTANT INFO ABOUT TICKETS, TRAVEL & CAMPING: 🎫 Tickets: still available at all open box offices. 👨‍👩‍👦‍👦 Grandstands: There are enough seats on the grandstands - please follow the instructions of the staff as to which grandstands still have capacity. 🅿️ Parking:There are sufficient parking spaces around the Grand Prix circuit.Few parking spaces around the Nordschleife 🏕️ Camping: available around the Grand Prix circuit - from all directions, follow signs to the Fahrsicherheitszentrum 2 ▶️ Travel: Please follow signs and instructions from traffic management on site. via A48 (exit Ulmen) after Müllenbach turn right towards C-Zone via A1 (Blankenheim / Potsdamer Platz) behind Fahrsicherheitszentrum 1, second entrance right direction C7 via A61 (Koblenz): Intersection B258/L92 direction Nürburg / D9   FAN-ACTIVITIES SATURDAY09:00 – 22:00    Fan-Mile ring°boulevard 09:30 – 01:30    Ravenol Giant Wheel Ride Time10:00 – 10:30   Meet our mascot "Legend" (ring°boulevard)11:00                 Audi "Meet the drivers" (ring°boulevard)from 13:30        Car parade auf der Nordschleife 14:45 - 15:30     24h Nürburgring grid & Trial Shows with Fred Crosset   > All further information about the 24h Nürburgring can be found here.   OPEN HOURS LOCATIONS: ring°fanshop:                     09:00 - 21:00 h info°center:                        08:00 - 19:00 h ring°kartbahn:                   13:30 - 22:00 h ring°werk Museum:           10:00 - 20:00 h Nürburgring eSports bar: 08:00 - 0:00 h ring°casino:                        12:00 - 03:00 h   OPEN HOURS GASTRONOMY: Bitburger Gasthaus:           11:00 - 22:00 h Lucia:                                   11:00 - 22:00 h Restaurant Nuvolari:          18:00 - 22:30 h   TICKETS: at all open box offices: Event ticket Thurs. - Sun. (adult): € 75.00 | (reduced): € 45.00 Weekend ticket Fri. - Sun. (adult): € 70.00 | Weekend ticket (reduced): € 42.00 Day ticket Saturday (adult): € 50,00 | Day ticket Saturday (reduced): € 30,00 Day ticket Sunday (adult): € 39,00 | Day ticket Sunday (reduced): € 23,40   BUS SHUTTLE TIMES WEEKEND:Times: Thursday    08:00 – 24:00Friday        08:00 – 01:00Saturday    08:00 – 24:00Sunday      00:00 – 18:00 Route 1:-    Dorint Hotel-    Scharfer Kopf (FSZ II, nur Freitag zur Falken Drift Show)-    ring°carré-    Hatzenbach / BMW Test-Center-    Schwalbenschwanz-    Pflanzgarten-    Brünnchen-    und zurück Route 2:-    Dorint Hotel-    Scharfer Kopf (FSZ II, only Friday to the Falken Drift Show)-    Quiddelbacher Höhe / Hatzenbach-    Hatzenbach / BMW Test-Center-    Breidscheid-    Adenau Schule (Adenauer Forst)-    Adenau Hauptstraße (Zweirad Schmitz) -    and back