Important notice

We have the green light from the approval authorities to open grandstands on the Grand Prix course for fans. Here you can find all information about ticket orders.

24th to 27th September 2020

Due to the coronavirus situation, the 24-hour race was postponed for the first time in history. The horsepower spectacle in the Eifel will take place in 2020 from 24.-27. September – according to the current status unfortunately without spectators on site. We’ll keep you up to date if something changes.

Camping in the Green Hell

Grand Prix circuit

Grand Prix circuit

Admittedly, the GP course is not the Nordschleife. But you are much closer to the action and can discover a lot around the paddock.

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Hatzenbach

Hatzenbach

The first meters on the Nordschleife and it will be demanding soon. This is where the basic rhythm for the Nordschleife lap is laid.

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Adenauer Forst

Adenauer Forst

This is where the wheat is separated from the chaff. Out of the fast Fuchsröhre, it goes uphill through a combination of curves that tighten further and further.

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Metzgesfeld

Metzgesfeld

Here you not only have a perfect view of the fast combination of corners, but the Nürburg can also be seen in the background.

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Wehrseifen

Wehrseifen

On the way to the lowest point of the track, the slowest corner of the Nordschleife guarantees many overtaking maneuvers.

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Karussell

Karussell

Unique: The flagship of the Nordschleife is the Carraciola carousel with the legendary concrete slab steep curve.

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Brünnchen

Brünnchen

Brünnchen is one of the most popular spots and a definite fan stronghold in the Green Hell during the 24h race.

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Pflanzgarten

Pflanzgarten

On the jumping hill at Pflanzgarten, most racing vehicles have all four wheels in the air and literally take off.

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Schwalbenschwanz

Schwalbenschwanz

The “small carousel” is the last section before it goes over the long Döttinger Höhe back towards the GP course.

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