Opened in 1927 as “Germany’s first mountain, racing and testing route”, the Nürburgring has long been a legend, in particular its “Nordschleife”, or north loop, which is also known around the world as “Green Hell”. Today, the Nürburgring is more than just a racing track, it is a unique, multi-function facility and a hotspot for business and leisure. Located in the midst of the wonderful forested mountain range of the Eifel and quickly accessible via more than four autobahns, the Nürburgring offers a wide range of room for events and extraordinary attractions and locations with fascinating flair.
It is the classic events in particular such as the 24-hour races, Truck Grand Prix, Oldtimer Grand-Prix, DTM and sports car world championships that thrill over 650,000 spectators every year. The Driving Academy, with Formula training courses, driver training courses and co-pilot rides, also ensure attraction in 575 hp Jaguar sports cars. The tourist rides on the racing tracks are also particular favourites, as are the ring°kartbahn (kart track) and the ring°werk adventure museum. The various locations, such as the ring°boulevard, the ring°arena, the event centre, various VIP lounges and the “Green Hell” Eifeldorf café-restaurant are available for various business events from conferences to trade fairs. Two hotels and a holiday park with over 1,000 beds and which has won several awards, round off the offer.