Nurburgring 24 Hours
16th & 17th May 2015
Located in the beautiful Eifel region of Germany just across the border from Belgium and nestled within the amazing and far-reaching Eifel forest, lies the formidable and infamous Nurburgring Nordschleife, the Green Hell. 2015 will see the 43rd running of the 24 Hours race at the Nurburgring.
Completed over a combination of the GP circuit (5.1km) and the famous Nordschleife (20.8km), this combined circuit is recognised and accepted as one of motor racing's toughest challenges. With its 170 corners, including the fabulous Karussell, a 210 degree banked corner, and over 1,000ft in altitude change from the lowest to highest points, it is no wonder that the legendary Sir Jackie Stewart described it as "the greatest and most challenging race circuit in the world" and nicknamed it the "Green Hell".
To view a map of the circuit click here.
With around 200 cars taking to the starting grid, with everything from factory BMWs and Porsches to privateers in VW Golfs the N24 truly is a spectacle like no other. Spectators are able to wander unhindered through the paddocks throughout the weekend and even on to the grid prior to the start of the race, enabling you to see and touch the cars.
Viewing is available from the many grandstands located around the F1 circuit, or from out in the forests around the Nordschleife. Either way, you get fantastic views of the action of the Nurburgring 24.
In addition to the 24hrs race, which is clearly the main event of the weekend, other races include the a classic car event, single marque series and the Drift Challenge – so there is plenty to keep you occupied from Thursday morning until Sunday night!
For 2015 Travel Destinations will be offering camping at our trackside campsite and a hotel option for the 43rd ADAC Nurburgring 24 Hours race. Please use the links or tabs above to find out more.
Alternatively, for expert advice on the Nurburgring 24 Hours please call us on 0844 873 0203 and we will be delighted to help you with your booking.