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29 May, Sunday

Audi wins the 24h anniversary race

The local heroes from Phoenix have secured the 50th edition of the ADAC TotalEnergies 24h Nürburgring, their sixth overall victory in the "Eifel Marathon" after a spectacular anniversary race. South African Kelvin van der Linde, the two Belgians Dries Vanthoor and Frederic Vervisch as well as Dutchman Robin Frijns prevailed after 24 hours in the "Green Hell" in the Audi R8 LMS evo II with a...
230,000 fans at the 24h race - Rock am Ring ahead

29.05.2022

It was the emotional return of the fans: 230,000 visitors celebrated a huge motorsport party at the ADAC TotalEnergies 24h Nürburgring. The organisers, police and Nürburgring operating company look back with satisfaction on a successful weekend - with a great atmosphere and no incidents worth mentioning. At the same time, the 24-hour race was a strong start to the Nürburgring event summer. The next big event is already in the starting blocks: Already next weekend 90,000 festival fans will come to the Nürburgring - then for Rock am Ring (3-5 June). "I had goose bumps. Full grandstands and a great atmosphere around the track. You work all year for moments like that. That's what drives us as a race track and event location," the Managing Director of the Nürburgring Betreibergesellschaft, Christian Stephani, said enthusiastically after the weekend. "You could really feel this atmosphere everywhere. From the campsite at the Nordschleife to the lounges." This emotion is also shared by the sporting director of the organiser ADAC Nordrhein, Mirco Hansen: "The fans provide the emotional setting for our unique race. The pictures of the grid, the full grandstands and the fans around the Nordschleife - that was sensational. That has inspired everyone. The drivers and teams also confirm that." The Mayen police department also looks back on the past weekend with satisfaction. "The first official major event in two years went absolutely satisfactorily from a police point of view," explains press spokesman Nils Christ. "Apart from minor traffic disruptions, there were no noteworthy disturbances. We were on duty with strong forces and recorded only a few low-level offences despite the high number of visitors." For the police there is now only a short breather. The officers will be back on duty in time for Rock am Ring. The same goes for the team of the Nürburgring operating company. Managing director Ingo Böder, who together with Stephani is responsible for the fate of the race track, speaks of an organisational and operational tour de force: "I am proud of the whole team. While half of them were working on the 24h race, the others were already preparing Rock am Ring. On two weekends in a row, we have almost a big city as our guest. We can only manage this task with commitment and many years of event experience." From Friday, 3 June, 90,000 festival visitors are expected at the Nürburgring. The focus will then be on international top bands like Green Day, Volbeat or Muse. Together with the fans, they will continue to write the history of the Nürburgring Event Summer.

"Queen of the Nürburgring - Child of the Eifel": Sabine Schmitz exhibition opens at the Nürburgring

27.05.2022

Emotional inauguration of the exhibition in honour of Sabine Schmitz at the Nürburgring: Mother Ursula Schmitz and Sabine's long-time partner Klaus Abbelen jointly opened the new area of the motorsport experience museum ring°werk. Under the title "Queen of the Nürburgring - Child of the Eifel", fans can now experience private and racing moments from her life. Family and team members, friends and companions came to the opening. Among them Johannes Scheid, with whom she won the 24h race twice, motorsport great Bernd Schneider or long-time friends like Ralf Zensen. Together with Sabine's family, he helped with the realisation of the exhibition: "Sabine was unique and versatile. It's good that all of that now has its place here," he explained and recalled many moments from Sabine's life during the opening: Her first laps on the Nordschleife at just 17, her rides in the BMW Ring Taxi, her love of animals and painting - and also music. "At Christmas, she played the piano that is here in the exhibition. She didn't hit every note on it, but they're great memories of a good time with her." How Sabine was like that - just an original - the exhibition shows with background information and especially with personal photos and quotes. "The entire project is one of the most emotional that we were allowed to accompany - from the first selection of photos and exhibits to today's opening. Sabine's family and friends have been really open-hearted in their support of this process," said Alexander Gerhard, Head of Communications at Nürburgring Betreibergesellschaft. "This exhibition at the ring°werk is a great tribute to Sabine and a special place to go for all fans who want to remember her." From now on, the exhibition can be seen during the opening hours of the motorsport experience museum ring°werk.

Ferrari takes Pole for the 50th 24h race

27.05.2022

Forza Ferrari at the 50th ADAC TotalEnergies 24h Nürburgring: Luca Ludwig put the #26 octane126 Ferrari on pole position in top qualifying on Friday evening and secured the Glickenhaus Trophy for the fastest driver in the "Green Hell" for the first time. In 8:09.469 minutes, he was the only driver to stay under the 8:10 minute mark and thus gave his family the seventh pole position at the "Eifel Marathon". His father Klaus Ludwig is the record holder at the Ring with six poles. For Ferrari it was the second pole position after the Farnbacher team in 2011. "Sensational! I was hoping for it. We had to rebuild the car and had a few problems yesterday. But today everything fitted. The tyre came after three corners and was then perfectly in the working window. That was an almost perfect lap," said Luca Ludwig, whose second lap of 8:10.406 minutes would also have been enough for first place on the grid. In the end, he was 1.171 seconds ahead of Brazilian Augusto Farfus in the #99 Rowe-BMW, whose time of 8:10.640 gave the team another place on the front row of the grid after pole in 2021. "Super! We had already expected to be in the leading group, but not with such a tight field. This is an indication of how exciting the race will be. I'm very happy with qualifying," said Farfus. Third place went to Briton Jordan Pepper in the #7 Konrad Lamborghini, fourth to Christopher Haase in the #22 Car Collection Audi. Fastest Mercedes-AMG was the #12 Bilstein-Mercedes-AMG with Luca Stolz, best Porsche the #25 Huber-Porsche with Nico Menzel. Sheldon van der Linde, Engel, Jaminet and Cairoli secure progressBefore the final showdown, four drivers had still secured their teams' last available places in the hunt for the Glickenhaus Trophy and the best grid positions in Top Qualifying 1. Sheldon van der Linde in the #98 Rowe-BMW, Maro Engel in the #4 Getspeed-Mercedes-AMG, Matthieu Jaminet in the #27 Toksport-Porsche as well as Matteo Cairoli in the #28 Dinamic-Porsche took their places and also gave one team mate each the experience of two free laps through the "Green Hell". Maro Engel was thus unable to go in pursuit of his third Glickenhaus Trophy after 2016, 2019 and 2020. "On my first lap I still had yellow flags in the Hatzenbach. Then full attack - I don't know where I could have found more time. I gave it everything and luckily it was still enough." Sheldon van der Linde set the best time of the weekend so far in 8:11.039, having also previously set the fastest lap of all three qualifying sessions in 8:14.771. "My lap was quite clean, we delivered," said the South African, who had already won both DTM races at the Lausitzring the previous weekend.

Preliminary best time in practice for the Rowe-BMW #98

27.05.2022

The first day of the ADAC TotalEnergies 24h Nürburgring was dominated by BMW: the provisional best time in practice on Thursday went to the Rowe-BMW #98, in which American John Edwards already set a time of 8:14.771 minutes in Qualifying 1 in the afternoon, which no competitor was able to beat again in the three-hour Qualifying 2 in the evening. The 8:15.936 minutes of the second-placed Walkenhorst-BMW #102 were also set in the morning. For the Munich-based team, it was a fitting start to the anniversary weekend of BMW M GmbH, which was founded 50 years ago. However, the competitors' best cars were not far behind, leaving fans hoping for an exciting 50th edition of the 24h Nürburgring. Third place went to the Bilstein-Mercedes-AMG #12, fourth to the Car-Collection-Audi #22. Behind the third BMW from Team Schubert in fifth place, the Dinamic-Porsche #28 and the Aston Martin from TF Sport lined up in positions six and seven. In total, the first 14 cars were within less than five seconds of each other. Individual time trial for pole position is the highlight on FridayThe fight for the starting positions at the ADAC TotalEnergies 24h Nürburgring continues on Friday: at 14:10, the focus is mainly on the teams in the second and third starting groups. In the evening individual time trials, the order in Group 1 will be decided - and, of course, the pole position. The first of the two top qualifying sessions will be released at 17:50. After the dice have been cast at 20:00, the programme continues with the Falken Drift Show in the Müllenbachschleife as well as a pitwalk and autograph session for all teams in the pit lane. Tickets for all days of the event are still available at the continuously open box offices and spectator areas at the Nordschleife. The live stream is available at www.24h-rennen.de/live as well as on YouTube, and the top qualifying session will be broadcast live from the Nürburgring by TV partner NITRO from 6 p.m. onwards. Campsites still accessibleAlready on Wednesday, the Adenauer Racing Day kicked off the event weekend with numerous fans creating a festival atmosphere in the racing community at the Nürburgring. This atmosphere continued on Thursday as the first day of the event, when Mario Fuchs from Grafschaft won the "Feste Nürburg" performance test in a Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 9 in the Circuit Challenge RCN. Later, the packed stands around the tradition-steeped Nordschleife and the darkness illuminated by spotlight fingers and barbecue fires gave the spectators goosebumps, and not just the spectators. "It's so awesome to drive in front of fans again," enthused Maro Engel (Mercedes-AMG Team GetSpeed #4). "It's the first time in two years that the stands are full again, which is really special. What's being built up there is just terrific, you can really feel the support. Thanks to the fans for everything, and I'm happy that everyone is finally back." Many other drivers agreed, with Markus Winkelhock (Scherer Sport Team Phoenix #16), for example, speaking: "I think every driver can confirm that it's great to finally have fans at the track again. This atmosphere around the Nordschleife resonates subconsciously in every lap." Anyone who wants to enjoy this atmosphere live is still welcome at the Nürburgring. Even though some of the campsites have been fully booked, campers who decide to come on short notice can still find accommodation around the circuit.

Full programme at the 24h Nürburgring

18.05.2022

The ADAC Nordrhein invites you to a big anniversary party at the Nürburgring: The legendary ADAC TotalEnergies 24h Nürburgring celebrates its 50th edition, and the fans return to the track just in time for the big party. If that's not a reason to celebrate. The organisers, together with their partners, are therefore once again offering a full programme for the fans, which makes the visit highly worthwhile in addition to the excellent racing on the track. Of course, the fast-paced history of the 24-hour classic on the Nordschleife forms an important focus of the programme. That's why many former overall winners come to the Ring to join in the celebrations, and visitors can then meet them at an autograph session, for example. BMW invites other legendary drivers to the BMW M Race of Legends, which starts at the Ring to mark the 50th anniversary of the Bavarian brand's sporty offshoot. Falken will provide fun with the drift show on Friday evening in the Müllenbachschleife, Ravenol invites to a free ride on the Ferris wheel in the paddock: The weekend offers one attraction after the next. On-demand campsites open on MondaysPerhaps the most important attraction at the 24h Nürburgring is traditionally the spectators themselves, who can finally be present on site again this year without any restrictions. This includes the fact that the on-demand camping sites in the spectator zones around the Nordschleife can be used again. The access roads will be open from Monday morning (23 May). Highlight on Wednesday: Adenauer Racing DayOn Wednesday afternoon, the traditional Adenauer Racing Day will finally take place again in the anniversary year, to which the ADAC invites together with the association municipality and the trade association. Here, drivers, teams, organisers and fans get in the mood for the event weekend together. A parade of 24h participant cars and racing cars from five decades of 24h history will start the event by driving along the Nordschleife to the exit in Breidscheid and continue along the main road to the market. Afterwards, there will be interviews and car presentations, of course also with drivers from the FIA WTCR. Autograph session, selfie opportunity and, of course, an intensive preview of the coming days make the afternoon the perfect prologue. Falken Drift Show, Pitwalk and Autograph Session on FridayFriday is drift day at the 24h Nürburgring - also in 2022! Falken invites you to the now legendary drift show in the Müllenbachschleife from 20:00. But the fans are spoilt for choice, because the pitwalk in the pit lane runs parallel from 8:30 p.m., which this year is combined with a large autograph session: So here there is not only the unique opportunity to be where otherwise only the pilots and mechanics are allowed to be. This time, all the teams and their drivers are invited to take a seat at the tables and sign autographs. Saturday: Action all dayThe waiting time until the start of the ADAC TotalEnergies 24h Nürburgring (Saturday, 16:00) will be shortened extremely pleasantly for the visitors. This is not only ensured by two races of the FIA WTCR and the warm-up of the 24h. On the Grand Prix circuit, the BMW M Race of Legends will present real motorsport heroes, and in parallel, corsos of Hyundai, Toyota / Lexus and BMW M will go around the Nordschleife. Red Bull stunt artist Aras Gibieza will also be on the road there, presenting his driving skills at some spectator points and then moving to the front of the Mercedes grandstand at start/finish, where he will make the packed grandstands shake directly in front of the starting grid. Paddock: Don't miss it!No 24h visitor should miss the detour to the paddock, because parallel to the action on the track, there is of course always something going on here. In addition to the teams, who you can look over your shoulder, there is a lot to discover. In the Historic Paddock this time you will find the participants of the touring car legends, who cut a great figure in front of the time-honoured pit area. In the Grand Prix paddock, the AMG fan base will be waiting for visitors, offering a video wall and vehicle exhibition, catering and lots of programmes on the subject of AMG and Mercedes-AMG drivers and teams. Of course, there will also be a "BMW M Race of Legends" paddock, where each of the race's famous participants will have their own box. Autograph sessions are also scheduled here for the BMW M Legends from Thursday to Saturday. Partners, teams and race services will be waiting in the paddock, as well as a stand with the official, exclusive 24h Nürburgring fan collection. The FIA WTCR teams will close the paddock on the side of the Mercedes Arena - there will also be an additional programme in their paddock. The infield of the Mercedes Arena naturally belongs to the ADAC 24h-Classic, which will be an impressive sight with its packed field of participants. The landmark of the paddock is also the Ravenol Ferris Wheel. The ride is free of charge for all visitors. Around the Ferris wheel there will be a video wall, a rollover simulator by Dekra and bullriding with "Bembel with Care". ring°boulevard under the sign of the 24h anniversaryRight behind the main grandstand there is another important hotspot for visitors: the ring°boulevard will be transformed into a promenade during the 24h, which will be dedicated to the 24h anniversary. This is already ensured by the "Walk of Fame" with large-format pictures of impressions from the 24h history. This fits perfectly with the Legends exhibition, which shows 24h participant cars from the 49 previous editions of the race. The vehicles range from dwarfs such as an NSU TT or an Autobianchi A 112 to racing cars such as the Audi R8 LMS or the "Grello" Porsche 911. The ADAC stage in the ring°boulevard is the meeting point for the fans on several occasions: On Thursday, the stars of the 24h race will be guests at the official autograph session from 3:30 pm. On Friday at 5 p.m., the former 24h overall winners will follow at the same place, who will come together for a big "class reunion" at the anniversary. Exhibitors such as BMW, Volkswagen, Eibach, TotalEnergies or Falken will provide further great offers, the German Armed Forces will give career information and the driving safety centre will also be present. Manthey offers the Grello collection and CK model cars. Right next door, the ring°werk is also worth a visit. There will be a Sabine Schmitz exhibition there on the 24-hour weekend.

"Queen of the Nürburgring - Child of the Eifel" - Exhibition honours the life of Sabine Schmitz

13.05.2022

The Nürburgring pays tribute to former racing driver Sabine Schmitz with a very personal exhibition. Under the title "Queen of the Nürburgring - Child of the Eifel", private and racing moments from her life will be brought to life for fans. The exhibition will open in the circuit's own museum ring°werk on Friday, 27 May, just in time for the ADAC TotalEnergies 24h Nürburgring. Full of joie de vivre, always with an easy joke on her lips and always available for a souvenir photo - that's how the fans knew Sabine Schmitz and that's how everyone remembers her. Her fellow racers, on the other hand, often only knew the rear of her car. Especially on the legendary Nordschleife, the woman from Nürburg, who was born not far from the race track, drove away from many of them - for 15 years alone in a Frikadelli Racing Porsche. She was the first woman to win the 24-hour race and she showed her fellow drivers in the BMW Ring Taxi the Green Hell in her unique way. Through her successes and her unmistakable manner, Sabine Schmitz became a popular figure all over the world and through her lived connection to her homeland, she became the figurehead of the Nürburgring. Fans all over the world eventually christened her "Queen of the Nürburgring". Personal exhibition - from racing suit to pianoAfter her much too early death last year, the Nürburgring already honoured Sabine Schmitz for her successes and achievements with her own section of the Nordschleife - the greatest and extremely rare honour. Now, with the support of her family and friends, an exhibition follows in the motorsport experience museum ring°werk. It gives fans a very personal insight into the life of Sabine Schmitz. On display are motor sport stations and successes. But also private moments and exhibits that have not yet been seen in public. Her racing suits, the piano she played at Christmas, her love of painting and animals. All this belonged to Sabine Schmitz, this made her unmistakable and all this is shown in the exhibition "Queen of the Nürburgring - Child of the Eifel". From 27 May, visitors can see the ring°werk exhibition. In addition, many other exhibition areas with winning cars and racing drivers as well as hands-on attractions and 4D cinemas all about the history of the Nürburgring await visitors. © Björn Schüller

New: Waiting time prediction for tourist drives online!

12.05.2022

This is a real offer-tuning for all tourist drivers: From now on, our website provides the estimated waiting time in case of a short-term route closure. This should make it easier to plan your visit. To shorten the wait, there will be an additional 10% discount in selected Nürburgring attractions and restaurants during this time. From now on, you can find a forecast of when you will be able to drive on the Nordschleife or Grand Prix Track again after a track closure HERE on our opening times page. As soon as an estimate of the necessary work on the track is possible, the scheduled time of the next barrier opening will now also appear online. At the Nordschleife, the estimated time for the reopening has already been visible on the screens there for some time. This will remain the case. The online display is an additional service. In addition to making it easier to plan, the Nürburgring is also introducing promotional discounts to shorten the waiting time. As soon as one of the circuits is closed for tourist rides, there will be a flat 10% discount in selected locations at the Ring in future. These include the ring°werk museum, the Nürburgring eSports Bar as well as the two restaurants LUCIA - Pollo Italiano and the Bitburger Gasthaus. Everything can be found around the ring°boulevard.  Stay up to date at all times and secure your advantages. HERE you can find the opening hours.

Mercedes-AMG prevents BMW fireworks at the great 24h Prologue

08.05.2022

The big prologue for the ADAC TotalEnergies 24h Nürburgring from 26 to 29 May ended with race wins for BMW and Mercedes-AMG. In the ADAC 24h Nürburgring Qualifiers, the advantage was long on the side of the BMW teams, who dominated the action with the brand new BMW M4 GT3. Augusto Farfus in the #99 BMW from Rowe Racing and Christian Krognes in the cockpit of Walkenhorst Motorsport (#101) took pole positions in the top qualifying sessions for the two 3h races on Saturday and Sunday, before the first race win on Saturday went to the BMW Junior Team (#72). However, the eventful Race 2 was then decided in favour of the Mercedes-AMG GT3 #3 of Mercedes-AMG Team Getspeed. Teams from Audi, Ferrari, Lamborghini and Porsche were also among the front runners in the two separate races. The omens for an exciting 50th anniversary edition of the 24h Nürburgring are therefore excellent. If you want to buy your ticket in advance, you can do so at the Nürburgring ticket shop. With a new format, the 24h Qualifiers convinced everyone involved this year. Two top qualifying sessions and two races, plus qualifying sessions and warm-ups provided plenty of driving time on the Nordschleife - and thus created the best conditions to perfectly prepare for the longest race of the year on the longest and most difficult race track in the world. A highlight for many drivers was the second top qualifying session, in which all cars of the weekend were eligible to start. BMW teams with strong performanceThe BMW representatives leave the Ring with a broad chest, having dominated the action at the 24h Qualifiers from Friday to Sunday lunchtime. Rowe BMW driver Augusto Farfus, who took pole position in the first top qualifying session and was second on the podium in Race 1 behind the BMW Junior Team (#72), sums up: "The race on Saturday was great, a bit difficult at the end due to the rain. I'm proud that we finished on the podium again and I'm also happy for the Juniors that they won. BMW has done an incredible job with the junior development." The 2010 24h overall winner also helped train the junior drivers as a temporary teammate and laughs, "Maybe we even showed them a bit too much. They may be called juniors, but in terms of the last two years, they are among the most experienced drivers here on the Nordschleife. They have speed and talent, there is nothing more to teach them." The young BMW drivers also showed this on Sunday when they took the lead after both Rowe cars and also the pole-setters from BMW Team Walkenhorst Motorsport (#101) were slowed down by accidents or technical problems. However, a time penalty for exceeding the speed limit in a Code 60 zone then turned the close race in favour of the chasing Mercedes-AMG. GetSpeed had previously impressed with a consistent performance, at times even taking the double lead with both entry cars, and was thus deemed the deserved winner ahead of the BWM Juniors. "Great," beamed Maxi Götz, who brought the Mercedes-AMG GT3 #3 home after three hours. "I can't believe it yet. Even though we were flagged off in second place and only made it to the front because of the penalty: In a race like this, you first have to stay faultless, and that's why we're right at the top of the podium." ADAC TotalEnergies 24h Nürburgring with big anniversary at the end of MayIn less than three weeks, the highlight of the motorsport season will be on the agenda at the Nordschleife. The ADAC TotalEnergies will celebrate its 50th edition on Ascension weekend (26 - 29 May 2022) with a huge programme. In addition to the crème de la crème of the Nordschleife teams in the title race, there will then be two rounds of the FIA Touring Car World Cup (FIA WTCR) on the circuit as a second highlight. BMW M GmbH celebrates its 50th birthday with a BMW M Race of Legends, to which many world-famous drivers are invited. The programme on the track is rounded off by the historic races of the Touring Car Legends and the ADAC 24h Classic. Apart from the track, well-known highlights such as the Adenauer Racing Day (Wednesday), big autograph session (Thursday) or the Falken Drift Show (Friday evening) will attract visitors, but also a meeting of the former 24h winners and a large exhibition of 24h cars from five decades will be on offer.

BMW Junior Team wins race 1 of the 24h Qualifiers

07.05.2022

BMW's strong showing at the ADAC 24h Nürburgring Qualifiers continues. In the first of the weekend's two 3h races, Dan Harper, Max Hesse and Neil Verhagen in the BMW Junior Team's BMW M4 GT3 (#72) were able to prevail over their brand colleagues Connor de Phillippi, Phillip Eng, Augusto Farfus and Nick Yeloly (#99). The second-placed pole setters from Rowe Racing were just 7.333 seconds behind at the finish. Third went to Maro Engel, Jules Gounon and Daniel Juncadella (Mercdes-AMG GT3 #4) ahead of the second Rowe Racing BMW #98. The action continues as early as Sunday, when a top qualifying session for all teams as well as the second 3h race of the weekend are on the agenda (start 2:00 p.m.).  Shortly before the end of the race, things got exciting once again: After only a few meters of the Nordschleife were damp at the beginning of the three-hour distance, the predicted showers failed to materialize afterwards. Then, just 20 minutes before the chequered flag, a rain shower caused some of the competitors to slide off the track - without any serious incidents. It also got damp for the BMW juniors, who were able to spill plenty of winner's champagne. "We are super satisfied. Now one place better than at the last race. The BMW works great and we are already looking forward to tomorrow." said Max Hesse. For the runners-up, Philipp Eng summed up, "The whole race was very close, especially at the start with Neil. But it worked perfectly. The car was tip top and we feel well prepared. The race was a lot of fun. Of course, there's always room for improvement. The new format with two races is really cool, especially since we had the opportunity to drive in the dark today." In the first half of the race, the teams at the front thrilled the spectators with exciting action and hard-fought battles. On the track, which was still wet in places at the start, the leaders were close together. The main protagonists were the pole-sitters in the #99 BMW M4 GT3 from Rowe Racing and their brand colleagues in the BMW Junior Team with the #72. The two cars were often only meters apart in the first and second stint, and the juniors put the leaders under increasingly intense pressure. The decisive scene came on lap nine when Dan Harper was finally able to overtake. But it wasn't just the two BMWs that were fighting hard, as the KCMG Porsche 911 GT3 R #18 and the Mercedes-AMG Team GetSpeed #3 with the Mercedes-AMG GT3 were also battling for the lead. The #26 Ferrari 488 GT3 of the Swiss team octane 126 was also busy collecting lead kilometers. Full program on Sunday An exceptional program awaits the teams and fans on the final third day of the ADAC 24h Qualifiers. After the 45-minute warm-up on Sunday morning (from 8:15 a.m.), there will be an extensive top qualifying session (from 9:15 a.m.) in which all cars in the field are eligible to start. The participants will then have two laps each on the Nordschleife to show what their cars and drivers are capable of. At noon, the grid will be set for the three-hour second race of the weekend, which will be released at 14:00. So there's plenty of top motorsport entertainment for visitors, who can look forward to free admission to the spectator areas around the Nordschleife (there are only charges for the use of the parking spaces). Those who want to follow the action at the Ring from home can enjoy the livestream on the Nürburgring's YouTube channel.