The VLN gets ready for the future

Due to the geopolitical, economic and corona-related situation, the motorsport year 2022 presented huge challenges to both the teams of the NLS and the series organisation VLN. However, a survey conducted among the participants in September as well as a recommendation list for action handed over at the weekend by the Interessengemeinschaft Langstrecke Nürburgring (ILN) also demonstrate that there is a need for action.

On the Sunday after the finale of the 2022 season, the nine organising automobile clubs, the VLN sports management and race directors, the VLN technical management and scrutineers, as well as the management of VLN Sport GmbH and VLN VV GmbH had a meeting to set the course for the future of the Nürburgring Endurance Series. The central topic was the assessment of a survey held amongst the teams and drivers as well as the subsequent bilateral talks that have been taken place over the last few weeks.

Those responsible for the Nürburgring Endurance Series are happy to take up the constructive suggestions of the participants, deal with the critical comments and, in order to be able to devote themselves to the very different topics, have established several working groups which will start their activities at very short notice. The top priority is to increase customer satisfaction and thus acceptance as well as to put structures and processes at the events to the test.