After the announcement of F1’s surprise return to the Nürburgring this October, we are delighted to reveal that 20,000 spectator tickets will go on sale tomorrow!
It’s been a long wait, but spectators will once again be allowed to attend the Nürburgring endurance series (NLS, formerly VLN). The announcement was made this morning via the official NLS website.
The Nordschleife will remain officially off-limits for the duration of the race, the Nürburgring grandstands at the GP circuit will be opened to a limited number of race fans. EDIT: Ticket prices HAVE been announced, and are available tomorrow on nuerburgring.de. €18 per person, plus €8 parking. Children up to 12 are free.
Once again, the Nürburgring has been closed for several hours to clean-up graffiti added overnight. But why did the track close today, and why not every other time an over-enthusiastic fan jumps the fence to write something dumb? And what exactly happened?
Porsche’s latest big sedan, the 2020 Panamera S, just set another Nürburgring laptime record for the Stuttgart manufacturer – bumping off the AMG GT 63 S on the way.
Porsche factory driver Lars Kern set a full laptime of 7m29.81s last month, the 550hp limousine only just beat the 7m30.11s set by Demian Schaffert in October 2018. Continue reading Porsche Panamera sets record Nürburgring laptime
This is the terrifying near-crash when the rear right tyre on the Zyrus Engineering LP1200 Lamborghini finally cried “enough” and sent the Huracan towards the Nürburgring guardrail.
The ensuing spin and unbelievable near-miss was caught on the onboard video system. Quick reactions from Fredrik meant the 1200-horsepower Huracan was saved from a full smash. Continue reading VIDEO: Onboard the 1200hp Lambo as the tyre blows at 205kmh!
In these strange and troubling times, we should really be glad that the Nürburgring 24-hour can go ahead at all. But I’d be lying if I said that I was totally happy about today’s decision.
Good news for Nürburgring TF fans this weekend, as the Nürburgring organisation are carefully relaxing the current parking and spectating restrictions currently in place at Pflanzgarten and Brünnchen.
After weeks of rumours, the final confirmation seems imminent. F1 looks set to return to Nürburgring GP track from October 9th ’til the 11th.Continue reading F1 returns to the Nürburgring this October
After weeks of rumours, the final confirmation seems imminent. F1 looks set to return to Nürburgring GP track from October 9th ’til the 11th.
Twin-turbo Lambo’s are nothing new. But tearing up the McDonald’s carpark in down-town Miami is a bit different to setting a Nüburgring laptime. Which is exactly what Zyrus Engineering are doing with their open-class, 1200hp Lamborghini Huracan racecar.