Only the drivers are closer
Anyone who has seen the Nürburgring Endurance Series live on site will quickly become infected. With us, you can experience gripping motorsport at your fingertips.
Access to grandstands T3 (BMW M Power grandstand), T4 (Bilstein grandstand) and T12a (paddock grandstand)
Access to the paddock
Pit and grid walk
One-time free visit to the ring°werk
Children up to 14 years free of charge
including Red Bull Formula Nürburgring
(Children up to 14 years 29 euros)
Event area in the Müllenbachschleife (Saturday only)
Open Grandstands at Grand Prix Course
Exclusive spectator areas Brünnchen and Pflanzengarten
Motorsport experience museum ring°werk
from 209 €
Access to the Coca-Cola business°lounge
Padded and covered seating in front of the lounge with the best view of the start-finish straight
Breakfast, lunch and cake buffet including drinks
Exciting interviews and technical talk with Nürburgring experts
Nordschleife shuttle to selected sections of the route
Guided paddock tour
for the races of the Nürburgring Endurance Series are available from the Nürburgring Online-Shop and on site in the info°center and at the entrances to the open grandstands on the Grand Prix circuit and the paddock.
|08:30 – 10:00 Uhr||Qualifying|
|10:30 – 11:30 Uhr||Pitwalk|
|11:40 Uhr||Start formation lap|
|12:00 Uhr||Start race|
|16:00 / 18:00 Uhr||Finish race*|
|16:15 Uhr / 18:15 Uhr||Price giving ceremony*|
*depending on race distance
Rules for Spectators
Motorsport is and will always be dangerous. Therefore, there are also a number of rules for spectators at racing events to follow.
The Nürburgring Endurance Series offers hands-on motorsport. One ticket gives you free access to the paddock, the pit lane – as long as the engines are still – and the starting grid. It is important to follow the instructions of the security personnel in any case.
The danger areas around the Nordschleife are usually clearly marked. Should you nevertheless discover a loophole somewhere – please refrain from using it. For your own protection, always stay behind the security fences. The Nürburgring is located in the “Rhein-Ahr-Eifel” nature reserve. The Karussell, Wippermann and Brünnchen areas also border on a bird sanctuary. Driving on forest paths with motorized vehicles is prohibited, as is open fire or leaving rubbish behind.
The VLN asks all fans to set a good example. This is the only way to ensure that the relaxed atmosphere will continue to exist for everyone in the future.