Mon 11 May 2020
The noise limit for this event is 130dB on drive-by. This Track Day is open pit lane with no sessions. Cars with slick tyres are not permitted on this event, it is for road going cars only.
An RMA Partner Event
Without doubt the most unique and challenging circuit in the world, renowned and respected by the great and the good of motor sport and revered the world over.
With the very high cost of renting the Nordschleife now exclusive RMA events are unfortunately simply not viable, however, we are delighted to confirm we have entered a partnership agreement with one of Germany's premier track day event organisers. Having run many events at the Ring in the past we appreciate only too well the importance of a high standard of driving etiquette which is why we have teamed up with a company who take safety as seriously as we do. Those who have not driven the Nordschleife before will be pleased to know that only road going cars will be allowed and must run on road legal tyres, so NO RACE CARS and NO SLICKS. Furthermore numbers are strictly limited to just one hundred and forty cars. With 12.9 miles of the most awesome tarmac in the world and nine hours track time you’ll be able to really enjoy this incredible track to its maximum.
Address - Nürburgring Boulevard 1, 53520 Nürburg, Germany
Circuit facilities on site - Cafe, Toilets - Fuel station and various automotive companies nearby, who may be able to fix minor car issues incurred on the day. Manthey Racing will also be on hand to support participants.
Lap Record - 6:11.13 in a Porsche 956 Group C
Format Of The Day
Track Opens: 8am
Lunch: There is no lunch break on this event. It is open pit lane all day!
Track Closes: 4:15pm
All Car Must Leave The Nordschleife By 5pm
The overtaking policy for this event is left and right. If you drive aggressively towards other participants you will be removed from the track. If you persist you will be removed from the event in the interest of other participants safety.
Damage To The Circuit
Please be fully aware that at the Nurburging they have an extremely strict policy on any damage to the circuit. If you hit the barrier or damage the circuit you will be held fully liable for the cost of fixing it. In the event of an accident where you damage the track, the circuit will immediately assess the damage and quote a price to fix it. You will usually be required to pay the quote on the spot.
Everyone knows a horror story from damaging the track, please don't let it be you! Remember it's just a track day, drive within your limits and everything will be just fine.
If you are new to the Nordschleife there is the opportunity to do some guided laps first thing in the morning.
Tuition is available for any drivers looking to improve their lap. There will be Nurburgring specialist's on hand to help you if required. If you would like to book an hour with one of the pro's it's €135
Our good friend Jochen from Frozenspeed will be on hand to capture those magical moments on film.
Travelling From The UK
RMA can assist with reduced cost Eurotunnel tickets - a standard return is available from approximately £100 for a car with no trailer.
The Nurburgring area has several hotels to choose from and RMA can recommend the following:
Hotel am Tiergarten run by the Schmitz family - Rooms from 80 euros per room per night. Click here
Dorint Hotel am Nurburgring Hocheifel - Rooms from 109 euros per room per night.
This hotel offers trackside rooms for a further 20 euros. Click here
If you wish to discuss insurance cover for this event, we suggest you contact MIS Motorsport Insurance on +44 (0) 113 389 3666 or email insuremytrackday.com who also include cover for damage to the Guardrail/Armco at the Nordschleife.
Track Car Rental
There are a number of companies offering track car rental, we highly recommend our European track day car hire partner Jaco's Paddock. Please see below links to enquire and view the car hire options at Nurburgring. Rent-Racecar, Rent4Ring and Jaco's Paddock.
If you wish to see the weather forecast and circuit cameras for this track, please click here