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Nürburgring starts 2022 season with full calendar

The Nürburgring kicks off the season. In 2022, the versatile event location will once again offer the entire event portfolio with engine sounds, guitar tones and endurance sports. Finally, the focus is back on the fan experience. At the ADAC TotalEnergies 24h-Nürburgring, the unique party atmosphere will return to the Green Hell for the 50th anniversary, and at Rock am Ring thousands of...
Nürburgring starts 2022 season with full calendar

17.03.2022

The Nürburgring kicks off the season. In 2022, the versatile event location will once again offer the entire event portfolio with engine sounds, guitar tones and endurance sports. Finally, the focus is back on the fan experience. At the ADAC TotalEnergies 24h-Nürburgring, the unique party atmosphere will return to the Green Hell for the 50th anniversary, and at Rock am Ring thousands of festival visitors will finally celebrate together again. Those who want to feel like a racing driver themselves this year are also in good hands at the Nürburgring. The training sessions for everyone with the new Formula 4 cars provide unique memories. Despite the different event formats, thrilling motorsport is still the focus at the legendary race track. The racing series and vehicles are characterised by an enormous variety. Impressive race trucks, such as at the ADAC Truck Grand Prix, are just as much a part of the experience as international top-class sport in the DTM or the ADAC GT Masters. Meanwhile, the FIA World RX of Germany is a fully electric event with plenty of power under the bonnet. On the other hand, vehicles from all eras of motorsport await at a wide variety of classic car events such as the AvD-Oldtimer-Grand-Prix or the ADAC 1000-km-Race. Those who prefer to experience racing on two wheels will also find exciting dates in the calendar. The traditional start of the season for bikers, the "Anlassen" motorbike service, will also be held again in 2022. The emotional conclusion here is the joint parade of all participants over the legendary Nordschleife. At sporting events like Rad am Ring and the StrongmanRun, on the other hand, there is no performance measured in horsepower. Here, the participants only use their own muscle power. Away from the race track, the party gets going for the spectators at the Nürburgring Darts Gala. World champions and big names of the sport will be present in the ring°arena on 25 March. Big 24-hour anniversary, a 12-hour premiere and a mega rock festivalIn September, the big 90s party will take place in the same location - among others with the musicians of Caught in the Act or Loona. The indoor event is part of the supporting programme of the new Nürburgring 12h Race, which will celebrate its premiere from 9 - 11 September. The motorsport weekend will be the new highlight of the Nürburgring Endurance Series, which will start a total of eight times on the combination of Grand Prix Track and Nordschleife in 2022. Already in May (26.05. - 29.05.) the 50th anniversary of the legendary 24-hour race will take place. The fans will finally be able to enjoy the complete fan experience again. Including camping, barbecue and party around the Nordschleife, free choice of seats on the grandstands, access to the paddock and the obligatory visit to the grid before the race. There will be a big reunion with the fans just one week later at the Rock am Ring festival. From 3 to 5 June, the bands around the headliners Green Day, Muse and Volbeat will perform here and really heat up the crowd. A day at full throttle at the Nürburgring Driving AcademyFor all those who not only want to experience goosebump moments at events, but also want to put their foot down themselves, the Nürburgring also has an innovation in its programme. In future, participants in the Nürburgring Driving Academy training sessions will sit in ultra-modern Formula 4 cars. With breathtaking cornering speeds and explosive acceleration - from 0 to 100 km/h: 2.9 seconds - they will race around the Grand Prix Track. Everything is built according to the latest safety standards. The Nürburgring offers around 60 courses, ranging from starter courses to professional formula training. In principle, anyone with a valid driving licence and a maximum height of 1.90 metres and a weight of 110 kilograms can take part.

World Rallycross Championship at the Ring: Date for 2022 fixed!

07.01.2022

Save the date: The FIA World Rallycross Championship will back at the Nürburgring in 2022! After the snowy 2021 premiere, the best rallycross drivers in the world will travel to the Ring this summer. On 30 and 31 July, the second edition of the World RX of Germany will take place in the Eifel. As soon as the pre-sale starts, we will inform you on nuerburgring.de and via our newsletter.  > more info about the FIA World RX The grapes are hanging high after a furious premiere of the 2021 World Rallycross Championship. A title fight down to the last corner, peppered with action-packed duels and lots of contact sport. An event that truly thrilled. This year's venue is once again the Grand Prix Track of the Nürburgring. Almost one kilometer long and surrounded by the numerous grandstands, the track in the Müllenbachschleife awaits the approximately 600-hp rallycross vehicles. The latter are entering a new era this year. From 2022, the World RX will be fully electric.  As soon as pre-sales for the FIA World RX of Germany 2022 (30 & 31 July) starts, you will find all the information here at nuerburgring.de. The same applies to accommodation and camping options at the track. © Christian Hahn / Nürburgring

Rallycross at the Nürburgring: Thrilling finale for world championship!

28.11.2021

Johan Kristoffersson wins the 2021 FIA World Rallycross Championship at the Nürburgring. On a thrilling Advent weekend, the decision was made in the very last race. In cold and snowy conditions, spectators followed the action on gravel and asphalt at the Müllenbachschleife. The race track operators were satisfied after the successful premiere. "That was totally crazy - an incredible finale," said Johan Kristoffersson. In a breathtaking race shortly before, he won the 2021 World Championship just in front of his rival Timmy Hansen. After the heats and the two semifinals, the two were separated by just one point in the overall standings. Whoever comes out on top in the final will be the 2021 World Rallycross Champion. And the final rounds of the year really had it all. The two Swedes fought a bumper-to-bumper duel from start to finish - with the better end for the now four-time world champion Kristoffersson. He was correspondingly happy after crossing the finish line. The operators of the Nürburgring also look back with satisfaction on the premiere weekend, when the new track was used for the first time by the world's best rallycross drivers. The approximately one-kilometer-long course of gravel and asphalt had been laid out with great effort. The rallycross drivers drove against the actual direction of travel of the Nürburgring. And on Saturday morning an additional challenge awaited: freshly fallen snow and changing weather conditions. WRC third-placed Niclas Grönholm even spoke of the craziest rallycross race of his career. The appearance at the Nürburgring was also the end of an era in the World Rallycross Championship. Starting next year, the series will switch from combustion engines to pure electric racing vehicles. The fans also got a first impression of this at the Nürburgring. The legend among rally cars, the Lancia Delta Integrale, was presented in the E version for the 2022 season. The rallycross finale also marked the end of the racing season at the Nürburgring. Now the Nordschleife and Grand Prix circuit will be prepared in the coming weeks. As early as March, fans can look forward to the sound of engines in the Green Hell again. Then with the start of the season of the Nürburgring Endurance Series (26.03.2022).

Showdown at the Nürburgring: Four-way fight for the World Championship - Rallycross "double-header" promises thrilling finale

18.10.2021

The decision in the FIA World Rallycross Championship will be made at the Nürburgring. A real showdown now awaits on the circuit's Müllenbachschleife at the finale at the end of November (27 and 28 November). After the third-last world championship race in Portugal, four drivers still have a chance of winning the title. The special feature of the Nürburgring is that two WRC rounds will be held here. That means for the weekend: Double points for the drivers, double action for the spectators. If you want to be there live, you can get your ticket at www.nuerburgring.de. One winner has already been determined before the World Championship weekend in November: the spectators. This is because there will be a free choice of seats on site at the Müllenbachschleife on both days of the event. This means that every visitor can watch the many qualifying races, the semi-finals and the final on different grandstands. Whether at the start, at the finish, at the joker lap or at another spot on the track - everyone can decide on site from where they want to experience the action. The entire racing action is in full view at all times, no matter which spot you choose. The entire one-kilometer track of the Müllenbachschleife can be viewed from anywhere. Direct contact with drivers and teams is possible during the autograph session in the pit lane as well as during the pitwalk. All spectators are admitted according to the 3G principle. In addition to the one-way tickets for 59 euros, there are various advantage packages such as the family ticket (two adults and two children up to and including the age of 15 for 129 euros) or the friend ticket (two tickets for 99 euros), available at the Nürburgring Ticket Shop. Timmy Hansen arrives in the lead - chasing trio can hope for successThere will be excitement on the track for the spectators. Each day, the action of a whole weekend can be experienced twice: on Saturday and Sunday, qualifying races, semi-finals and finals are scheduled and promise motorsport action from morning to night without a break. Timmy Hansen will travel to the big decision at the Nürburgring as the world championship leader and will have to defend his lead against his pursuers Johan Kristoffersson, Kevin Hansen and Niclas Grönholm. The trio will try to make the most of their last chance for the title. One thing is already certain for the rallycross weekend at the Nürburgring: anyone who wants to stand at the top of the podium will have to work hard for this honor. Because the mode of this type of motorsport is as special as the racing itself. The drivers have to get through several heats and a final before it is clear who will emerge as the winner. To make it to the finals, the drivers have to prove their world class and keep an eye on their vehicle. Because in rallycross, mutual contact and paint damage are an integral part of the race.

Sales for the FIA World RX of Germany have started

02.07.2021

Nürburg. The spectators can cheer live when the FIA World Rallycross Championship (July 31st - August 1st, 2021) gives full throttle at the Nürburgring. Ticket sales for the "World RX of Germany" have started. Visitors can look forward to extraordinary motorsport on the approximately one kilometer stretch of asphalt and gravel. Thanks to the grandstands, which are arranged like stadiums, the many entertaining races can be clearly seen from every seat. The seat specific weekend ticket can be booked online. The entire weekend is available for 59 euros (reduced 29 euros). The family ticket for two adults and two children costs 129 euros. The schedule of the “World RX of Germany” is full - the only “double header” in the calendar of the racing series takes place at the Nürburgring. That means: There are two World Championship competitions for the powerful racing cars to experience in one weekend. Accordingly, on Saturday and Sunday, things get down to business from morning to evening - literally. Because the rallycross drivers are known for not being squeamish with their opponents on the track. The rough contact belongs here. "We are happy that the World Rallycross Championship can finally start at the Nürburgring and that the spectators can be there live", says Nürburgring Managing Director Mirco Markfort. “Because of the many entertaining races, the World RX is a young, family-friendly format that inspires adults and children alike. Boredom is definitely a foreign word here." Personalized seats - World RX Plus ticket with a BBQ feeling Spectators who can provide evidence that they have been tested, vaccinated or recovered have access. The personalized places in the Müllenbachschleife can be booked online. The ticket prices for the motorsport event are cheap in view of the extensive route program: the whole weekend is available for 59 euros. Children between the ages of seven and 15 and people with disabilities have reduced admission price (29 euros). With the “Friends Package”, two adults receive a special price of 99 euros. Families with two adults and two children can experience both days for 129 euros. Those who want to experience motorsport action with a BBQ feeling will find the right offer with the World RX Plus Ticket. This is available as a day ticket for 169 euros (reduced price 119 euros) and the entire weekend for 289 euros (reduced price 219 euros). The booking of a ticket and all information about visiting the Nürburgring can be found here.