It is unique. The rich sound of the GT3 bolides, the booming sound of the production cars and Cup cars at the Nürburgring Endurance Series. For a while, fans of the Nordschleife championship had to do without this attractive mixture on site. That is history for the time being. There is good news from those responsible at the NLS. The pre-sale for the NLS races number seven to nine has started. A special highlight is that there is an additional 500 free extra tickets for the starting grid.
For the first time, three spectator points at the Nordschleife will also be included in the hygiene concept and thus become official spectator seats. Ticket holders will have access to the popular zones at the Brünnchen, Pflanzgarten and Adenauer Forst. Exclusively ticket holders will also be granted access to these areas by car or caravan with an additional parking permit.
Access is the magic word here. Every visitor must first book a seat on one of the grandstands in the Nürburgring online shop and take his seat there once. At the entrance to the booked grandstand, the 3Gs are recorded - a negative Corona test, full proof of vaccination or proof of recovery. Afterwards, fans are free to move around the open grandstand, visit the pit roof and the ring°werk or stay at the official Nordschleife visitor points Brünnchen/Pflanzgarten and Adenauer Forst. 500 bookers will also be given access to the starting grid through a free additional ticket, which must be selected in the online shop during the ordering process. Entrance will be via the historic paddock.
Tickets are available from 18 euros per person. Children up to 14 years of age are admitted free of charge, but they also need a grandstand ticket, which can be booked online. For this purpose, parking tickets have to be booked in advance for 10 euros, which are then valid for the car park assigned to the corresponding grandstand and at the Nordschleife. With the purchase of a ticket, every fan also does something good! In addition to a fixed donation of at least €75,000, which will be handed over during the ROWE 6h Race, the VLN will donate €1 per ticket sold for the 6h Race to the flood victims in the Ahr Valley.
In the ring°carré (formerly Eifeldorf Grüne Hölle) there is a test centre for free citizen tests. Dates can be booked under the following link: https://labor-koblenz.de/ringbesucher.