World-class motorsport events, business between flipcharts and race karts, PS adventures and holiday in the Green Hell - the Nürburgring, opened in 1927 as a race track, has been attracting a diverse target group to the Eifel region.

Celebrities, pit stop and horsepower -
The electrifying Formula 1. Blazing break discs race through the night - thrills are guaranteed at the 24-hour race.

Touring cars in the DTM speeding frenzy.

With its mix of more than 100 races and 200 other events each year, including Rock am Ring, horsepower action for everyone and many interactive motorsport events, the world’s most difficult, beautiful and busiest race track instantly conquers the hearts of fans and families. Rooted in tradition yet modern, exciting yet relaxing - the secret of the "Ring" is its multitude of options:

The ring ° werk is the Motorsport-Erlebnis-Museum for the whole family. Here you can feel like a racing driver in simulators and other attractions. In addition, historical vehicles of the Motosport history can be admired.
The ring ° kartbahn promises fun in electric karts and in ring ° kino the latest cinema films provide the best entertainment.



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Nürburgring 1927 GmbH & Co.KG
53520 Nürburg
Phone: (0049) 2691 3020
Fax: (0049) 2691 3029099

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