Kampf um Meter und Sekunden

True to the old book title "Fight for metres and seconds" by Manfred von Brauchitsch, in the end only that is decisive for the competition participant.

Youngtimer Trophy

For the first time in many years, the Grand Prix circuit in the shadow of the Nürburg will host two sprint races without pit stops over a race distance of 30 minutes each, normally one hour. So there will be plenty of action.

A decade, from the mid-1980s to the mid-90s, made the German Touring Car Championship one of the most colourful, wild and attractive racing series in Germany. The golden era lives on - at the Nürburgring Classic. 23 teams and cars are at the start - we are delighted about the great response rate for the races with these historical delicacies.

Ferrari Club Deutschland

At the Racing Series - Round 2 - of the Ferrari Club Deutschland, spectators at the Nürburgring Classic will once again get to see mighty engines from Maranello from 20 to 22 May 2022.

Ferrari 312 T5 - ex Gilles Villeneuve

There are now already twelve Formula 1 classics that will make the Nürburgring Classic something very special this coming weekend. Two more special vehicles have just been added.

Vintage Meeting

Next weekend, almost 90 vehicles from the early days of the Eifel race track will come together in the Historic Paddock at the Nürburgring for the big "Vintage Meeting". In the pit quad from 1927 - characteristic with its old corrugated iron fronts - legendary racing cars of legendary brands will then meet.

Oldtimer-Parken im Eifeldorf

Owners of classic cars in the Eifel village can park at the specially created "classic car parking" at a lower price than at any other car park. The special car park for classic cars and youngtimers is signposted directly opposite the race track.

Porsche Club Nürburgring

It's great what the legendary Porsche Club Nürburgring is putting together for the Nürburgring Classic from 20 - 22 May 2022 at the Eifel circuit: The club with its roots at and in the Green Hell invites you to a great meeting.

They still exist: the gentleman drivers who still bravely drive F1 cars from the 80s and 90s on the world's racetracks. History becomes tangible when former vehicles of Formula 1 heroes such as Michael Schumacher, Jean Alesi, Eddie Cheever, Derek Warwick or Alain Prost take to the Grand Prix circuit at the Nürburgring.