25 September, Monday

Party festival "Loco Beach" takes place at the Nürburgring

With "Loco Beach," Germany's craziest party festival will celebrate its premiere next year at the Nürburgring. From August 22 to 25, the event offers four days of live acts and DJs of different genres at the Müllenbachschleife of the Nürburgring. In addition, camping in the Loco Village and an exclusive Fun & Activity Park await visitors. The novel festival is the third open-air in the...
Party festival "Loco Beach" takes place at the Nürburgring


With "Loco Beach," Germany's craziest party festival will celebrate its premiere next year at the Nürburgring. From August 22 to 25, the event offers four days of live acts and DJs of different genres at the Müllenbachschleife of the Nürburgring. In addition, camping in the Loco Village and an exclusive Fun & Activity Park await visitors. The novel festival is the third open-air in the coming year at the Nürburgring. In addition to Loco Beach, the legendary Rock am Ring and the festival at the Truck Grand Prix will also underline the role of the Ring as a versatile event and festival location in 2024. Tickets for the festival weekend are available from €99. The musical orientation at the Loco Beach Festival breaks the boundaries of genres. Decisive for the planning of the organizers were the playlists of the festival goers, which are not limited to one music genre. The headliners are still top secret, but Loco Beach has already given a first glimpse of the line-up with some artists. First artists already knownWith Luca-Dante Spadafora & Niklas Dee the suppliers of the summer hit 2023 come to the ring. Their "Girl on the Horse" could not be missing in any playlist. Also present is Germany's party queen number 1 Mia Julia and many other artists. Alexander Marcus, Pietro Lombardi or Die Atzen, among others, will do the honors at the Ring. Camping offer in the Loco VillageCamping is also an integral part of the four-day party festival. The area called "Loco Village" also follows a versatile concept. The look and feel of the area alone is intended to match the overall flair of the festival, and it also offers an exclusive Fun & Activity Park for overnight guests - a real playground for adults with a Ninja Warrior course, wave riding simulator and open-air laser tag facility. Nürburgring managing director looks forward to premiereThe organizers promise that it will be "colorful, shrill and loud - and Loco Beach the 'craziest place in the world' ". That the decision of the festival fell on the Nürburgring as a location, is also pleased Nürburgring Managing Director Ingo Böder: "To accompany the premiere of an event is of course always a great thing and it is above all a special mutual trust. We are absolutely convinced of the new concept. We are looking forward to the joint, successful implementation and many happy visitors." Tickets in advance at the Early Flamingo price are available here from €99.

Show acts and motorsport action thrill fans at the Ring


Thousands of fans were thrilled at the Nürburgring over the weekend. On Saturday alone, 60,000 visitors made the pilgrimage to the Red Bull Formula Nürburgring and the start of the 12h Nürburgring. With Formula 1 drives on the legendary Nordschleife as well as stunts and drifts on the Müllenbachschleife, the Red Bull athletes around Formula 1 World Champion Sebastian Vettel thrilled the fans before around 120 vehicles started the big 12-hour race a little later. Another weekend highlight in the versatile event location: the big after-show party on Saturday evening in the Eifel Stadl. The cheering in the packed Müllenbachschleife circuit was great when the stars fired up the engines - and the list of drivers and cars was equally long and legendary at Red Bull Formula Nürburgring. First and foremost, four-time Formula 1 world champion Sebastian Vettel, who did his laps in the RB7 racer - some of them together with David Coulthard in the RB8. Especially emotional: Mathias Lauda also turned onto the legendary Nordschleife in his father Niki's former F1 racer, the Ferrari 312 B3-74. The line-up of current and former Formula 1 drivers also included Yuki Tsunoda, Ralf Schumacher, Gerhard Berger and Jos Verstappen as well as other motorsport greats such as Phillip Eng, Jens Klingmann, Leopold Prinz von Bayern and Markus Flasch - all at the wheel of impressive vehicles. Stunt driver Aras Gibieža, freestyle motocross professional Luc Ackermann and trial freestyler Adrian Guggemos as well as Elias Hountondji from the Drift Brothers and Conor Shanahan provided breathtaking flying and drifting performances during the show. Again and again, the applause and cheers of the visitors erupted during the programme items. After the big show, the long-distance highlight beganThere were also numerous highlights beyond the Red Bull Show - after the grand finale with the joint laps of Vettel and Coulthard, the starting grid for the next horsepower spectacle already began: the 12h Nürburgring on the combination of Grand Prix circuit and Nordschleife. At 3:30 p.m., the lights went green for the first part of the race, which offered thrilling racing until late in the evening. After six hours, race 1 of the so-called "double-header" came to an end, before the second 6-hour race on Sunday was again about important points and placings in the Nürburgring Endurance Series. The entire weekend was accompanied by excellent weather with sunshine and summer-like temperatures. Sold-out after-show party in the Eifel StadlWhile the fans were able to fortify themselves on both days in the Bitburger Gasthaus and the Lucia restaurant, visit the supporting programme points in the ring°boulevard or drive their personal best times in the Nürburgring eSports bar and in the ring°kartbahn, another highlight awaited all partygoers in the ring°carré on Saturday evening. In the event location Eifel Stadl, everyone celebrated together at the after-show party until the early hours of the morning. 1,800 visitors danced to the beats of the DJs in the sold-out venue and rounded off their visit to the Nürburgring.

F1 cars on the Nordschleife, 12-hour highlight and classics: The Nürburgring highlights in September


Sebastian Vettel in a Formula 1 car on the Nordschleife, endurance races in a double pack and the anniversary edition of the 1000 kilometre race: At the Nürburgring, fans can look forward to a hot autumn. Two weekends in particular will attract fans to the Eifel in September: the ADAC 1000-kilometre race (16 September) and the 12h Nürburgring together with Red Bull Formula Nürburgring (9 & 10 September). A brief portrait of the highlights:  Red Bull Formula Nürburgring & 12h Nürburgring | 9 & 10 SeptemberFormula 1 cars on the legendary Nordschleife: On Saturday, 9 September, a dream of many motorsport fans will come true. On this day, Sebastian Vettel will drive his 2011 World Championship car through the Green Hell. In addition to the four-time world champion, Daniel Ricciardo, team-mate Yuki Tsunoda, Ralf Schumacher and Mathias Lauda will also be driving on the Nordschleife. The latter will take a seat in the car of his father Niki Lauda during the spectacular show run. In addition to the emotional highlights, a thrilling programme awaits at the Red Bull Formula Nürburgring in the Müllenbachschleife. A powerful mix of cars from Nascar, DTM and other series is expected to heat up the fans. The Red Bull Drift Brothers will also be there to impress the audience with their skills. The appearance of trial freestyle ace Adrian Guggemos or Aras Gibieža - one of the best stunt riders in the world - is also eagerly awaited. Freestyle motocross pro Luc Ackermann will also be represented. At just 19, he jumped his first double backflip and was the youngest rider to achieve this feat. He will also demonstrate one or two spectacular jumps at the Nürburgring, seemingly pushing the limits of physics. The visitors in the wide round of the Müllenbachschleife get to see everything up close. They will also see the start of the 12h Nürburgring, which will take to the entire Nürburgring circuit for the first time on Saturday. From 3:30 p.m., it's all over the entire Grand Prix circuit including the Müllenbachschleife and AMG Arena and, of course, the legendary Nordschleife. For six hours, it's all about the best placings - until the chequered flag is waved in the darkness at 9:30 pm. As usual, the BMW M Power Grandstand (T3), the Bilstein Grandstand (T4) and the AMG Grandstand (T4a) promise an excellent view of the action and the pit lane. On Sunday, 10 September, the second part of the 12h Nürburgring awaits. This time, the lights go green at exactly 12 noon on the slightly shorter combination of Nordschleife and sprint track. The finish is at 6 pm. Around the weekend, there is also a lot to experience off the race track. The supporting programme ranges from the open paddock to autograph sessions and offers in the ring°boulevard. ADAC 1000 Kilometre Race | 16 SeptemberA big name at the Nürburgring: 70 years ago, the 1000 kilometre race took place on the Nordschleife for the first time. Legendary races and stories followed. One of them: In 1983, Stefan Bellof drove the eternal lap record of 6:11.13 minutes during the 1000 kilometres. In the meantime, the event has developed into an impressive showcase of historic racing cars. In 2023, too, more than 100 cars with about 300 drivers will take to the starting line on Saturday, 16 September. Among them: legendary racing cars from earlier times such as Porsche 911 RSR or BMW 635 CSI as well as DTM touring cars from the 80s and 90s. Tickets for the race are available for 26 euros - access to the paddock and all grandstands included.  Porsche Sports Cup | 01 - 03 SeptemberA weekend dedicated to the sports cars from Zuffenhausen - with free admission. The Porsche Sports Cup will be held on the first weekend in September at the Grand Prix circuit of the Nürburgring. The schedule is packed with different racing series: Road and race cars alike, sprint and endurance races, beginners and experienced drivers. What they all have in common: the Porsche brand. Spectators can experience the racing action free of charge - and marvel at the numerous 911s in the paddock. Nürburgring Endurance Series | 23 SeptemberAfter the 12h Nürburgring at the beginning of the month, the Nürburgring Endurance Series enters the decisive phase of the season on Saturday, 23 September. At the penultimate race of the year, the course is set: in the battle for the championship and class victories, but also in the preparations for the coming year. Visitors to the last race of the year have often been the first to see the cars, drivers and teams of the future. A ticket for the four-hour race with more than 100 cars costs 20 euros - admission to the grandstands, the paddock, the starting grid and the motorsport experience museum ring°werk included. Events in September 2023:01 - 03 September Porsche Sports Cup02 September RCN & GLP09 - 10 September 12h Nürburgring & Red Bull Formula Nürburgring16 September ADAC 1000 kilometre race 29 September - 01 October ADAC/RGB season finale

20,000 visitors at the premiere of the Nürburgring Family Day


Successful premiere of the Nürburgring Family Day: 20,000 visitors young and old experienced an action-packed day at the versatile event location. Whether at the offers in the ring°boulevard including the shows by Jannik Freestyle and Clown Olli, at the mixture of history and hands-on offers in the ring°werk adventure museum or on the BMW M Power grandstand at the Grand Prix Track, which was open to all. All hell broke loose everywhere. Families spent the whole day at the various attractions, marvelling at the show acts or admiring the racing cars on the Grand Prix circuit. There was a lot on offer at the big and free family day at the Nürburgring: On the children's driving course, the kids competed with kettcars - the smaller ones whizzed around the specially built track with bobby cars right next door. There was a lot of fun on the bouncy castles and the children were amazed by the equipment and the flashing blue lights on the emergency vehicles of the German Red Cross, the fire brigade and the police. The mascots were available as popular photo motifs: the Nürburgring fox "Legend", the bee "Summi" from the Rhein-Zeitung and the RPR1 bear including sunglasses.  Also in great demand: the motorsport experience museum ring°werk and the many exhibits and hands-on activities. Meanwhile, the visitors were able to do fast racing laps in the driving simulators of the Nürburgring eSports bar or at the motorbike driving school "Kids Drift". The BMW M Power grandstand was open free of charge for a look at real racing cars, and the Nürburgring Driving Academy also made it possible to test drive a Formula racer. Meanwhile, the Bitburger Gasthaus and the Lucia Restaurant in the ring°carré were popular for the necessary refreshments. The star of the day was football acrobat Jannik Freestyle, who thrilled visitors young and old with his tricks. And clown Olli also provided great moments with various walking acts and magic shows. "This successful premiere and the many families who experienced a great day here make us happy and at the same time confirm how attractive the offers of the Family Destination Nürburgring are," sums up press spokesman Alexander Gerhard. "This makes us very much want to continue next year."

Apprenticeships as diverse as the Nürburgring itself: 19 apprentices start their careers at full throttle


No fewer than 19 apprentices started their professional lives at the Nürburgring on time on 1 August. Whether at the operating company of the Nürburgring or in the Nürburgring Hotels and Holiday Park operated by Lindner: The apprenticeship professions are as diverse as the destination itself. They range from cooks to hotel and event managers to dual students. Together with their new colleagues, 37 young people are currently undergoing training at the Nürburgring.  The first working day at the Nürburgring was crowned for the newcomers with an appointment at a historic location: the new trainees positioned themselves on the legendary Grand Prix circuit for a group photo. For many, this was an exciting moment, because having the empty start and finish straight to oneself is something that only few people get. Accordingly, in addition to the official photo session, the obligatory selfie is of course not to be missed. "I'm glad that my apprenticeship is finally starting," says a delighted 19-year-old Ella, who is now learning the profession of event manager at Nürburgring 1927 GmbH & Co. KG. "I've already been on site a few times as a visitor, but now I get to be actively involved behind the scenes. I'm very excited about that." She is rightly looking forward to the tasks, because there will definitely be no boredom at the Ring. The circuit is fully booked every day from March to mid-November - whether it's for the 50 or so public events at the weekend or for the many driving training sessions, vehicle tests or tourist drives. In addition, there are several large and small events off the tarmac - such as trade fairs, product presentations or other company events. To ensure that the participants and visitors of such events always sleep and are fed in the best possible way, Paul starts his career as a restaurant and event specialist at the Nürburgring Hotels & Ferienparks operated by Lindner. "The uniqueness of the Nürburgring, the international visitors and the high quality of the accommodation on offer made me decide to start here. I am looking forward to the guests from all over the world and to the big events such as Rock am Ring," says the 18-year-old. In order to give all job starters a good start and, above all, a perfect overview of the diverse event and experience destination Nürburgring with all its facets, the trainees first start with two training weeks. In addition to the presentation of the various Nürburgring companies and lectures by the departments, there is also a visit to the Nürburgring.  In addition to a presentation of the various Nürburgring companies and lectures by the departments, there will also be a visit to the Nürburgring Formula Training, the ring°kartbahn as well as an internship day at the track management or a backstage tour. Vocational training at the Nürburgring - a varied offerThe 37 apprentices who are currently learning their trade in different apprenticeship years at the Nürburgring are working in different professions.  At Nürburgring 1927 GmbH & Co. KG, they are learning the professions of event management assistant, office management assistant or retail sales assistant, motor vehicle mechatronics technician, IT specialist in system integration, event technician or they are doing a dual course of study in business administration - trade fair, congress and event management at the DHBW Mannheim. At the Nürburgring Hotels and Ferienpark managed by Lindner, trainees learn the professions of chef, hotel management assistant, event management assistant, restaurant and event management assistant, catering specialist or do a dual course of study with a focus on hotel management. Destination Nürburgring - a strong employerWith 350 permanent employees and over 1,000 temporary staff, Destination Nürburgring is one of the strong employers in the region. Diverse career opportunities also await professionals and career changers at the Nürburgring companies. In addition to Nürburgring 1927 GmbH & Co. KG as the operating company of the race track and event locations, you will find Lindner Hotels AG as the manager of the Nürburgring Hotels and the holiday park, VLN VV GmbH & Co. KG - organiser of the Nürburgring Endurance Series as well as nü GmbH & Co. KG and Nürburgring eSports GmbH & Co. KG.

The Nürburgring Highlights in August


The DTM at the Ring, 500 racing cars at the Oldtimer Grand Prix, daily fascination and fun during the summer holidays: In August, there are once again numerous highlights for racing fans young and old at the Nürburgring. In addition to the two major events, the DTM (4 - 6 August) and the Oldtimer Grand Prix (11 - 13 August), there is another special highlight: The big Nürburgring Family Day with free admission on Sunday, 20 August. A brief portrait of the highlights: DTM | Friday, 04 - Sunday, 06 AugustWith around 30 cars from various manufacturers, three days full of racing action and a ring favourite, the DTM will make a guest appearance at the Nürburgring this year. The races will again be held on the spectator-friendly sprint version of the Grand Prix circuit. In the grandstands, many will certainly be rooting for the well-known Grello Porsche. The record winner of the 24-hour race (Manthey-EMA) will travel to the Eifel as DTM championship leader for its home race - with Thomas Preining at the wheel of the 911 GT3 R. Two main races, numerous supporting series and a colourful programme next to the track including a fan zone await the visitors. Tickets - including access to the paddock and pitwalk - are available from 39 euros. Oldtimer Grand Prix | Friday, 11 - Sunday, 13 AugustBig anniversary of a legendary event: The Oldtimer Grand Prix celebrates its 50th anniversary. And it will be celebrated in style with historic Formula 1 cars, fireworks and a real Le Mans start. Classic car fans can look forward to twelve racing classes as well as fascinating demonstration drives. All in all, the organisers expect around 500 historic racing cars to be present at the weekend - including legends from Ferrari, Maserati, Jaguar, Aston Martin and many others. Formula cars and touring cars from different eras can be marvelled at on and off the race track. As well as racing cars that are around 100 years old, which are only rarely seen at racing events. Tickets entitle the holder to access all grandstands and the paddock and are available from 35 euros. Nürburgring Family Day | Sunday, 20 AugustA highlight of the summer holidays is the Nürburgring Family Day, which will take place for the first time on Sunday, 20 August, with free admission. From 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., numerous children's attractions await in the ring°boulevard - for example, rides on a mini Grand Prix track, a bouncy castle, free candyfloss and much more. In addition, all visitors can visit the Nürburgring Museum ring°werk and the BMW M-Power Grandstand free of charge. Also on the programme: TikTok and Youtube star Jannik Freestyle, who will be performing his famous football tricks. At the family festival organised in cooperation with the Rhein-Zeitung, the mascots will also be right up front. The Nürburgring fox "Legend" and the Rhein-Zeitung bee "Summi" will be available for souvenir photos. Holiday fun at the Nürburgring Even beyond the family festival, a visit to the legendary race track is worthwhile throughout the summer holidays. Every day, great offers await families - such as fast laps in the ring°kartbahn or in the eSports Bar. Backstage tours offer an exclusive look behind the scenes of the Nürburgring several times a day. The motorsport adventure museum ring°werk offers a family-friendly mix of leisure attractions, educational exhibits and breathtaking racing cars. The ring°kino provides a cinematic conclusion to a visit to the Nürburgring. Events in August 2023: 04. - 06.08   DTM am Nürburgring05. – 06.08. Nürburgring Drift Cup 08.08.          Rad- und Lauftreff11. - 13.08. Oldtimer-Grand-Prix20.08          Nürburgring Familientag

Rad am Ring remains an integral part of the Ring calendar: New contract until 2028


In the next five years, "Rad am Ring" will continue to thrill athletes and spectators alike. The Nürburgring operating company concluded a long-term contract with the organiser until 2028, meaning that the traditional event, which celebrated its 20th anniversary this year, will also complete at least the quarter century at the legendary race track.  "As an integral part of the Nürburgring calendar, Rad am Ring completes our variety of motorsport, festival and sporting events. We are very pleased about the good partnership, which we will now continue for at least the next five years," explains Ingo Böder, Managing Director of Nürburgring 1927 GmbH & Co. KG and adds: "Rad am Ring perfectly represents the central values that define the Nürburgring for athletes and fans: this includes the sporting ambition to master our demanding course in the best possible way and the friendly cooperation as well as the mix of leisure, amateur and professional sport." Varied programme for recreational, amateur and professional athletesEvery year, the cycling event, which celebrated its premiere at the Nürburgring in 2003, becomes a meeting point for thousands of cycling enthusiasts for an entire weekend. The programme is varied and, in addition to the 24-hour cycle race as the highlight, offers many other disciplines and activities for visitors and active cyclists. A 24-hour race for mountain bikes is just as much a part of the programme as the Dextro Energy Kids Race, tour rides over the Nordschleife, races for everyone over 25, 75 and 150 kilometres as part of the German Cycling Cup or a race of the German Cycling League. The heart of the cycling festival at the Nürburgring is a comprehensive expo in the paddock, where companies from the urban, tourist and sporting cycling sectors present their products. The fact that this multifaceted concept was developed over 20 years and still works so successfully today is largely thanks to the organiser eventwerkstatt GmbH. The managing director of eventwerkstatt GmbH is also the organisational director of Rad am Ring and has been involved from the very beginning: "The contract extension ensures that this fun will continue for at least another five years. This is good news and for me also very emotional," says Hanns-Martin Fraas happily. "The Nürburgring with its legendary Nordschleife and the modern Grand Prix Track is the perfect home for our event and inspires our participants every year. We will certainly be able to celebrate 25 years of Rad am Ring in the Green Hell."  This means that two-wheeled fans will be able to pull out their calendars in the coming years as well, when the Nürburgring presents its annual calendar each year. Rad am Ring will certainly be included in this calendar. Cycling & Running ClubIn addition to the major event "Rad am Ring" organised by eventwerkstatt GmbH, there are also other highlights for sports enthusiasts in the Nürburgring calendar. The operator of the race track organises the so-called "Rad- & Lauftreff" (bike & run meeting) regularly throughout the year. On various evening dates, participants can conquer the Nordschleife and the Grand Prix Track by bike or jog around the Grand Prix circuit. The event always starts at 7 pm. Runners and cyclists pay just €5 for the time slot on the Grand Prix Track. Two and a half hours of cycling on the combined Grand Prix Track and Nordschleife cost €18. Participants can park for free in car park D5.

Full driver field and programme at DTM at Nürburgring


On the first weekend in August (4 - 6 August), the DTM will be at full throttle at the Nürburgring. 27 drivers will fight for important championship points with their GT3 cars on the sprint version of the Grand Prix circuit. The leading team also has the shortest journey: The Nürburgring-based Manthey EMA Porsche ranks at the top of the standings with its driver Thomas Preining and 88 points. In addition to the action on the track with two main races on Saturday and Sunday, fans can also look forward to an attractive supporting programme. > more info & tickets While the colourful field of the DTM will be battling it out for the winner in the one-hour races, the spectators can look forward to an especially large number of adrenalin moments. This is because the 3.6-kilometre short sprint version of the Nürburgring's Grand Prix circuit guarantees that the Audi, BMW, Ferrari, Lamborghini, Mercedes-AMG and Porsche cars will be thundering past the grandstands particularly often. In addition to the thrilling DTM action, exciting motorsport is also on offer at the supporting races. The ADAC GT4 Germany, the Porsche Carrera Cup Deutschland, the BMW M2 Cup and the all-electric NXT Gen Cup will also be guests at the legendary race track in the Eifel. Fan area for big and small fansThere will also be a lot for visitors to experience next to the race track. For example, in the new DTM fan zone in the middle of the paddock. Here, the DTM stars will be up close and personal at the "Meet the drivers", but there will also be face painting for children, a DTM Reaction Wall and Europe's largest mobile ball pool with 85,000 balls. Tickets include access to the paddock and the pitwalkThanks to a new structure developed by the ADAC, DTM tickets are available for as little as 39 euros at ADAC members receive a discount of ten per cent in advance sales. Children and young people under the age of 16 are admitted free of charge when accompanied by an adult. Access to the paddock and the pitwalk is included in all tickets. DTM focuses on sustainabilityThe topic of sustainability is in pole position in the DTM. For the first time, an environmentally friendly and innovative fuel from Shell, which consists of 50 per cent renewable components, will be used in the racing cars. The fuel thus makes a significant contribution to C02 reduction. With BWT, the ADAC is consistently continuing the path it has taken to avoid plastic waste. In the paddock of the DTM events, water dispensers provide freshly treated drinking water.

Nürburgring Summer Programme Provides Heartrace Moments


Visitors to the legendary Nürburgring can look forward to a varied summer holiday programme, various family benefit promotions and a big prize draw in the coming weeks. The family-friendly destination is once again a popular destination for action-packed day visits or exciting short trips during the holiday season. Under the hashtag #HeartRace, all visitors can share their Ring moments for a chance to win a unique Nürburgring weekend including an overnight stay and many other experiences. An overview of all leisure and adventure offers as well as the events and promotions is available in the Summer Family Guide. The big #HeartRace competition has started at the Nürburgring and makes a visit to the legendary race track even more exciting. Whether visiting an event - such as the Nürburgring Endurance Series, the ADAC Truck Grand Prix and the DTM, taking speedy rides on the ring°kartbahn and in the eSports Bar or taking a look behind the scenes on the backstage tour: every Nürburgring offer is also the chance to win the big prize. Because anyone who shares their experience with the hashtag #HeartRace on their Facebook or Instagram profile is automatically entered into the summer prize draw. Awaiting the lucky fan or the whole family is a Nürburgring weekend with three nights at the Nürburgring Ferienpark - managed by Lindner, a co-pilot ride in the Mercedes-AMG GT R PRO, a voucher for the ring°fanshop and much more. Surprise and summer holiday special at the ring°werk and backstage tourThe motorsport experience museum ring°werk offers great specials until the end of the summer holidays in Rhineland-Palatinate. In addition to many highlights from Nürburgring history and hands-on attractions, there will be a small surprise gift for all children and young people up to 17 years of age at the entrance. This also applies to children under five, who have free admission. In addition, visitors to the museum and participants in the backstage tour can look forward to a view of the Grand Prix circuit. This is because the visit to the so-called "taster grandstand", which will be open to interested parties outside of events, is included in the ticket until 1 September. Another tip for all those who would like to conquer the circuit by bike or have the ideal line of the Nordschleife explained to them by a racing driver: There are several popular cycling and running events in July and August, as well as the Nordschleife Trackwalk.