The month of decisions at the Nürburgring started this weekend with the title decision of the ADAC GT Masters. In the final round of the German GT Championship, the Audi duo Christopher Mies and Ricardo Feller secured the title. And the next final is not long in coming. The appearance of the FIA World Rallycross Championship (27 & 28 November) is now eagerly awaited. On the first Advent weekend, the new world champion will be crowned here. On the last weekend in November, spectators can experience the thrilling decisive races live - and get very close to the drivers and teams on site. Get your ticket here!
The new German GT champions were crowned at the Nürburgring: After a thrilling season finale, Christopher Mies and Ricardo Feller (Montaplast by Land-Motorsport) were crowned the new champions of the ADAC GT Masters. Having travelled to the Eifel with a razor-thin lead, the Audi duo defended their advantage in two thrilling final races. With a victory in Saturday's race and a tenth-place finish on Sunday, the lead in the standings was no longer out of their reach. The spectators were rewarded with racing action and real fan proximity. The gates to the paddock were open to everyone, and there was free seating in the grandstands. A worthy finale!
Racing finale with Rallycross World Championship on 27 & 28 November
Now the focus is on the racing finale of the year at the Ring. And this one has it all: On the first Advent, the long-awaited premiere of the FIA World Rallycross Championship will take place. A doubleheader is scheduled in the rallycross arena of the Nürburgring: Saturday and Sunday (27 & 28 November) will see the last two races of the season. Five drivers still have a chance to win the rallycross crown. Exciting conditions for all involved. The spectators can look forward to an action-packed weekend at the Müllenbachschleife of the Nürburgring. There will also be free seating, spectators will be allowed into the pit lane during the pitwalk and there will also be direct contact with teams and drivers during the autograph session.
The organisers have put together special ticket packages for the rallycross weekend. In addition to the single tickets for 59 Euros, there are various special packages such as the family ticket (two adults and two children up to and including 15 years for 129 Euros) or the friend ticket (two tickets for 99 Euros). Vaccinated, tested and recovered persons have access.