A class society
The ADAC TOTAL 24h race on the Nürburgring is a class society – and in this case that is not meant disrespectfully. Close-to-production racing touring cars compete against spectacular GT3 cars. When it comes to drivers, the spectrum ranges from ambitious amateurs to professional pilots. All in all, an explosive mixture that gives the race its unique flair.
The 24h specials emerged from Group A regulations at the end of the 1990s. At first almost anything was allowed. In the meantime, this has resulted in internationally recognized regulations for improved touring cars. The spearheads are the GT3 vehicles.
VLN production cars
Close-to-production racing touring cars represent cost-effective motorsport.
The same material for everyone: Cayman GT4 Trophy by Manthey-Racing, BMW M240i Racing Cup 2020 and KTM XBOW Cup.
Open to new ideas: In the AT class, vehicles start with alternative fuels and offer an outlook on the future.
The internationally successful TCR touring car regulations should not be missing from the 24-hour race.
In addition to the 24-hour race, there are other racing series that span history through to modern times.
With this line-up, boredom is guaranteed to be a foreign word.
Season highlight for the touring car elite: The TCR World Championship takes place on the Nordschleife.
ADAC Formel 4
The ADAC junior formula – this is where young talents are recommended for higher tasks.
The history of the ADAC 24h race at the Nürburgring goes back to the racetrack.
Grass roots racing at its best. Almost everyone can take part in the Nürburgring Circuit Challenge.
The classic racing touring cars of the eighties and nineties are returning to the Nordschleife.