Green light for the anticipation of great motorsport: The advance sale for the ADAC TotalEnergies 24h Nürburgring (26 – 29 May) has started. Just in time for the 50th edition of the endurance classic, fans can once again experience the race in the legendary Green Hell up close. The camping sites along the Nordschleife are scheduled to open as well as the grandstands around the Grand Prix circuit. Visitors can expect a programme full of highlights on and off the race track to mark the anniversary. At the same time, the advance sale for the ADAC 24h Qualifiers (6 – 8 May) has started. Those who want to be there live can now secure their tickets for both events at www.nuerburgring.de. Everything you need to know about the ADAC TotalEnergies 24h Nürburgring can be found on the website www.24h-rennen.de.
The last weekend in May will see the return of what has made the 24h race so legendary for fans, teams and drivers: the smell of hot tyres, glowing brakes, grilled sausages and bonfires at night. A worldwide unique atmosphere with motorsport around the clock on the most beautiful, longest, most legendary race track in the world. The enthusiasm about the return of the unique motorsport experience is great among all participants. Because even though TV partner NITRO reported comprehensively and live from the endurance icon – the real 24h feeling can only be found when you can experience the race with all your senses. Speaking of experience: Work on the supporting programme has also been in full swing for a long time. For the anniversary, there will be some highlights that will make the fans’ hearts beat faster.
Best conditions at the end of May – ticket presale started without restrictions
Anyone who wants to experience the motorsport adventure at the Nürburgring has a free choice when it comes to the question of “how”: whether as a day visitor on the grandstands of the Grand Prix circuit or as a short holidaymaker with tent and caravan at the Nordschleife. At present, there are no restrictions on advance sales – neither in terms of spectator seating nor in terms of the number of tickets available. Nevertheless, those responsible always keep an eye on the general conditions. “Of course, we are keeping a very close eye on the development of the pandemic situation and are also in contact with the responsible authorities,” says 24h race director Walter Hornung. “But our assessment at the moment is that we can prepare everything for the return of the fans. Of course we want to make this anniversary edition to a special celebration together with the visitors.” The organisers are also optimistic about last year’s experience and the opportunities that presented themselves for outdoor events in the warmer months. The date at the end of May and the spacious area around the Nordschleife therefore offer the best conditions for the current planning.
All the latest information about the motorsport highlight, the race and the supporting programme is available on the official channels of the Nürburgring and the ADAC TotalEnergies 24h Race:
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