No! Visitors who want to use demand camping sites around the Nordschleife need two things: Firstly, the personal admission ticket is necessary, which includes access to all spectator seats or grandstands at the Grand Prix circuit and Nordschleife as well as the paddock. Separately from this is the payment for overnight accommodation at the demand camping sites. Here a booking in advance is not possible. The fees (and garbage deposit etc.) are paid directly at the entrance to the camping area.

This regulation has the simple background that the occupancy of the camping areas takes place after the order of the arriving guests. Those who arrive earlier than others will have a wider choice. Those who arrive later will be guided to the areas with free places.

No! Only weekend tickets (Friday – Sunday) and event tickets (Thursday – Sunday) can be purchased via the ADAC Online Shop or in the ADAC Center (regular and reduced). Other ticket categories (e.g. day tickets) can only be purchased via the advance sale at the Nürburgring (

The management of the on-demand camping sites around the Nordschleife is the responsibility of the Nürburgring 1927 GmbH & Co. Since the areas in question are only released as camping areas for this purpose, the setup is naturally much simpler than at a permanent campground. This includes the fact that there are no allocated pitches, so that it is not possible to make a reservation in advance. Occupancy is therefore on a first-come, first-served basis. Those who arrive earlier than others have a greater choice. Those arriving later will be guided to the areas with free spaces by appropriate signs.

The management of the on-demand camping sites at the Nordschleife as well as the parking area management are the responsibility of the der Nürburgring 1927 GmbH & Co. If you have any questions or comments on these topics, please contact our colleagues at the Nürburgring. You can reach the free information and ticket hotline there on 0800-2083200, alternatively you can also send a message using the contact form:

You can find an overview of prices for persons at

An overview of camping prices can be found at

In addition, you will find a detailed list of questions and answers as well as camping info on the Nürburgring info page at in the run-up to the event.

Visitors up to the age of 12 do not need an admission ticket or camping permit. Children up to and including 12 years of age are admitted free of charge when accompanied by an adult. The corresponding children’s tickets will be issued at the entrance to the visitor areas. No further formalities need to be completed beforehand – except for the purchase of the ticket for the accompanying adult.

Young people up to and including 15 years of age receive a discount on the regular ticket prices.


Guests with disabilities (50% or more) and one accompanying person receive a discount on the regular ticket prices. The parking garage at the “ring°boulevard” is available as a parking lot for guests with disabilities.

Due to the limited capacity, we recommend sending an email with a photo of your ID to [email protected]and reserving a ticket here. If the parking garage is full, you can use the nearby wheelchair-accessible parking spaces outside.


Yes! Maybe not on the preferred area, but the Nürburgring is prepared to open reserve areas around the racetrack as camping sites if necessary. So, fans will be accommodated no matter when they arrive. From Thursday, however, you must expect delays because the traffic around the track will then be very dense.

At you will find the info page for the Nürburgring 24h Race. There you will find a detailed list of questions and answers in the run-up to the event, which should also include payment information.

In principle, card payment is not possible at the outdoor parking lots around the Nürburgring.

A cash terminal is available in the info°center at the Nürburgring.

Apart from a few exceptions, there is only one admission ticket for visitors – even if it is available on paper (Print@home), as a wristband or as a plastic ticket. Visitors with a valid ticket can experience the race from all open grandstands on the Grand Prix circuit, in the paddock and from the visitor areas on the Nordschleife.

Here we can give a hint to the 24h Facebook group. As a newcomer, simply ask the fans who already have many years of experience. For this purpose, there is, for example, the Facebook group “24h-Freunde” ( There you will find the real “camping experts” in terms of 24h Races, who know exactly what to look out for. These people are happy to share their experiences.

Alternatively, you can also contact our colleagues at the info°center at the Nürburgring (hotline: 0800-2083200).

The areas where there are still free campsites depend on the day you arrive and the number of visitors. The Nürburgring, which is responsible for handling the demand camping sites, is setting up a system of information boards in the vicinity of the Nordschleife and Grand Prix circuit that will guide campers to free sites. If a specific site is preferred, an earlier arrival must be made. Unfortunately, we cannot give any information on the best timing – but here it helps to ask the “old hands” among the fans who already have many years of experience. For this purpose, there is, for example, the Facebook group “24h-Freunde” ( Furthermore, during the week of the event, posts will be published again and again indicating the occupancy rate of the individual camping areas.

Tickets for the ADAC Ravenol 24h Nürburgring are available in advance from the joint 24h and Nürburgring online store. We have compiled all the important information on ticket prices and categories as well as discounts on our homepage at On this page there are also direct links to the store.

Furthermore, tickets can be purchased via the ADAC online store (

Currently, there are no restrictions for the ADAC Ravenol 24h Nürburgring regarding Corona. There are no compulsory tests or limits on the number of spectators.

The advance sale for the 24h Nürburgring will end on May 17th 2024. After this date, you can get tickets on site without any problems at the open box offices as well as at the entrances to the spectator points around the Nordschleife. A box office fee of 5,- Euro (reduced 2,50 Euro) will be charged. Ticket prices can be found here: (see question 5 for ticket prices). Each ticket includes access to all spectator areas including grandstands and paddock. It does not matter whether the ticket is purchased in advance or on site. The capacity around the track is sufficient in any case, so that tickets can still be purchased on all days.

During the 24h Weekend (Thursday to Sunday), there will be a shuttle bus service around the circuit that can be used free of charge by all visitors with a valid admission ticket. It will drive to the main visitor points at the Nordschleife and shuttle to the start/finish. Please allow for considerable waiting times, as the buses can also get stuck in traffic during the 24h Race. The exact shuttle routes will be published before the event on the 24h Race website at

The use of the on-demand campsites is only permitted as an exception for the 24h Race, accordingly the equipment is also only makeshift. Electricity connections are not available, water can be fetched at central standpipes. Mobile toilets are available as sanitary facilities, and shower containers have also been set up at individual locations.

Parking spaces on site cannot be reserved. However, areas of sufficient size are available so that you can safely park your car. Of course, the length of the walk to the desired spectator point depends on when you arrive.

There will no longer be a DVB-T signal. The broadcasting technology is now so outdated that it would have to be overhauled – and with the decreasing number of end devices, that no longer makes sense. In addition, mobile coverage around the Nordschleife is now so good that it is possible to access the much more informative live site at, where, in addition to channel selection, live timing and the race ticker can be found. As an alternative, coverage on Nitro via satellite can also be used.

Discounted tickets can be purchased via the Nürburgring’s ticketshop ( by clicking on “Discounts” under the actual order line there.

Yes, weekend tickets (Friday – Sunday) and event tickets (Thursday – Sunday) are sold at ADAC Center in “ADAC Nordrhein” area. This applies to both regular-price and discounted tickets.

In all centers in the “ADAC Nordrhein” area. You can find information on the ADAC Center in the “ADAC Nordrhein” area here:

The validity of day tickets has been set to the following times:

Thursday: 8:00* – 24:00
Friday: 8:00* – 22:00
Saturday: 8:00* – 02:00 (Sunday)
Sunday: 8:00* – 18:00

To visit the event during the hours not covered by day tickets on the night from Saturday to Sunday, multi-day tickets must be purchased.

*Subject to possible deviations due to changes in the event program

Yes! Holders of discounted tickets are obliged to show an ID or other proof of eligibility for the discount on request.

Likewise, all holders of personalized tickets are obliged to show an ID or other proof entitling them to use the ticket upon request. Personalized tickets are sold exclusively via the ADAC online store (Print@home /

We cannot judge that in individual cases. A number of providers are advertising tickets for the ADAC RAVENOL 24h Nürburgring – sometimes coupled with additional services (hotel rooms etc.). As a rule, these are external resellers who also purchase the actual tickets via the official sales channels. We cannot provide any information about the seriousness of individual cases, as these are not official cooperations.

Anyone who has already secured their ticket before the event (paper ticket or textile wristband) must exchange it for a paper event wristband on site. This is done at all open entrances and access points to the on-demand camping areas.