The Nürburgring Classic 2023 was an inspiring event at the tradition-steeped race track in the Eifel. In glorious sunshine, more than 800 participants took part in eight different race series and numerous special races!

Visitors and participants of the Race Event can look forward to a musical highlight in a class of its own in the Grand Prix Paddock of the Nürburgring Classic on Saturday evening, 27 May 2023 at 8.00 pm! The well-known Genesis and Phil Collins tribute band "Still Collins" will thrill the audience with their rousing sounds.

This year, the YOUNGTIMER TROPHY can celebrate a special anniversary. The successful series of touring cars and GTs - for more than 30 years on the race tracks of Germany and the neighbouring countries it is impossible to imagine life without it.

The Dunlop Gentle Drivers '65 is a legendary racing series that takes place every year on some of the most challenging tracks in the world. The series is famous for its historic motorsport cars from the 50s and 60s, driven by true gentleman drivers.

Endurance races have a long tradition in Germany. As early as 1904, the first long-distance competition, the Gordon Bennett Race, took place in the Taunus town of Bad Homburg. A distance of 512 kilometres was covered on closed-off roads, for which the winner needed just under six hours.

The new "CanAm & Sportscars" race series was held for the first time in 2017. With this race series, a consistent expansion of the FHR race series is being pursued in order to meet the needs of the drivers to be able to race with more up-to-date vehicles.

They are coming back - great hero cars of the sixties, seventies and eighties. Formula 1 will once again be a guest at the Nürburgring Classic in 2023 with historic racing cars.

Le Grand Trophée

Undoubtedly the most exciting vehicles of the post-war period are the racing sports cars of the model years up to 1965. It was then an era of awakening in racing and motor sport. Shortly after the end of the Second World War, almost all European automobile factories focused on developments in motor sport and their resilience and usability for later series production. Vehicles were demonstrated at international events.

It remains unforgotten: The "Golden Era" of motorsport. Above all, the German Touring Car Championship DTM coined this term like no other racing series. A practically classless set of regulations that allowed spectacular duels with production-based cars and created images that were often seen by more than 100,000 people at the races and millions of fans at home on their TV screens.