At the beginning of June, the highlight of the season awaits you in the Green Hell. From June 3 to 6, the ADAC TOTAL 24h Race will be hosted on the combination of the Grand Prix track and the Nordschleife. Just one month before, the perfect tuning was in place: The 24h Qualifying race on 8 and 9 May. The schedules for both race weekends have now been published. According to this, the 24h-Qualirace offers two action-packed days. The highlight is the six-hour race, which starts on Sunday (May 9) at 12:00 p.m.. In 2021, the 24h Race will continue to run for four days, with RCN races, touring car legends (two races), ADAC 24h Classic and of course the spectacular FIA Touring Car World Cup (WTCR – 2 races). It is not yet clear which teams and riders will be at the start. The namings are not yet finalised.

Just as inconceivable as the question of who will be on the starter list at the end is the question of whether there will be spectators at the Nürburgring. At the moment, motorsport is possible for the active participants in compliance with a strict infection and hygiene concept, but fans are still not allowed to be there. Of course, the organising ADAC Nordrhein and the Nürburgring are closely monitoring the pandemic situation in order to be able to react immediately in the event of any changes.

So that the fans can follow the races from anywhere, there is again an extensive streaming offer, live timing and the ticker.