Camping and spectators’ areas for 24h race

Overview spectators’ areas

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Camping, parking locations and spectators’ areas for 24h race

Where are the best seats and spectator locations at the ADAC Zurich 24h race? Where can I camp? Where do day visitors park? An overview:


Camping, parking and spectators' locations near Grand Prix circuit

There is a variety of grandstands that offer a great view of the action on the Grand Prix circuit. Be it the places on the start-finish straight, the grandstands in the Müllenbachschleife or the Advan-Bogen.



Stands at Grand Prix circuit

 

Parking at Grand Prix circuit

 


Camping near the Grand Prix circuit

Camping facilities: Not far from the historical paddock visitors can find the A5a parking, which serves as a campground during the Zurich 24h race. From there it is a small distance to the paddock, to the grandstands as well as to the Hatzenbach section on the Northschleife. Camper can shower for free.


Directions:
The campsite is close to the main buildings of Nürburgring at the start and finish line (B258). Visitors can simply follow the signs towards the Nürburgring, there the campsite (A5a) is signposted.



Campsite "Camping at the Nürburgring"

Camping at Nürburgring: The campsite "Camping at the Nürburgring" is open all year round at the Müllenbachschleife. It offers camping areas with sanitary facilities, electricity, water and sewage.


Directions: The entrance to Camping am Nürburgring is on the K72. From the B258, near the main buildings of the Nürburgring, the visitors can take the third exit in the roundabout at the Lindner Hotel and then the next exit to the right.

 

information and prices

   

Camping, parking and spectators' locations at the Nordschleife

During the 24-hour race there are many camping sites around the Nordschleife. Admission is granted with a valid admission ticket only. The gates open on Monday, May 7, 2018, at 8:00. The visitors of the 24 hour race can stay there until the following Monday, 14 May, 12:00.

The following camping fees apply:

  • 6 nights (Mon. to Sun.): € 67,00 per person
  • 5 nights (Tue. to Sun.): € 57,00 per person
  • 4 nights (Wed. to Sun.): € 47,00 per person
  • 3 overnight stays (Thu. to Sun.): € 37,00 per person
  • 2 nights (Fr. to Sun.): € 27,00 per person
  • 1 night (Sat. to Sun.): € 17,00 per person
  • Garbage deposit: € 10,00 per vehicle *
  • Refrigerator Deposit: € 40,00 per piece **


* Will be refunded by submission of filled garbage bags.

** For refrigerators, freezers, etc. The deposit is collected at the entrance to the camping site and refunded before leaving, after the counter-check of the deposit.

Hatzenbach

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Characteristics: The technically demanding section of the track Hatzenbach with its fast successive curves requires the highest concentration from the drivers. The spectators can enjoy the race from a small hill near the track, the view is great and the spot is quite close.


Directions for campers: The access to the Hatzenbach section is at the end of the village of Nürburg. Coming from the village center, an access road in the Hatzenbachstraße leads right into the forest.


Directions for the visitors: If you only want to enjoy the racing action at the Hatzenbach for one day, you can leave your car at the parking lot D10. It is located at the home stretch at the entrance of Nürburg village, directly at the village’s main road.

 

Parking lot D10

Adenauer Forst

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Characteristics: The Adenauer Forst section combines strong braking maneuvers with good acceleration. Coming from the fast Fuchsröhre, the drivers slow down to less than 100 km / h. A tricky passage, where the regular spectators experience narrow maneuvers. For the acceleration to the direction of Metzgesfeld the power is required. Campers can shower for free.


Directions: The Adenauer Forst is signposted starting at the center of Adenau. Just follow the main road (B257) through Adenau, from there you can see the camping signs "Adenauer Forst".

 

 

 

Metzgesfeld

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Characteristics: Rushing in the Metzgesfeld: The fastest vehicles have just over 200km / h on the tachometer, when they turn into the first link bend of the route section. Spectators can stand on the right side of the road and have a good view of one of the fastest corners of the Nürburgring track. To not come out of the track right on the lawn is always a matter of a few centimeters. A precision which fascinates every round.


Directions for campers: The Metzgesfeld section is signposted in the center of the Adenauer district of Breidscheid, east of Adenau. Just follow the main road (B257) through Breidscheid, there you can see the camping signs with the inscription "Metzgesfeld".

 

 

Wehrseifen / Ex-Mühle

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Characteristics: The track section of the Wehrseifen and Ex-Mühle are located in the heart of the Adenauer district of Breidscheid. The Wehrseifen is characterized by a steep downhill and the slowest point of the entire Nordschleife (less than 80 km / h). The section is thus a popular subject for photographers. It follows a short straight, a fluid left turn and again a short accelerator over a bridge. Camper can shower for free.


Directions: The bridge winding over the main road of Adenauer Breidscheid district is already a part of the Nordschleife. Visitors will find a staircase to the spectators' area on the bridge, the parking and camping grounds are just a few meters behind. The way there is signposted.

 

 

 

Karussell

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Characteristics: Wake up, open the tent, enjoy the view of the world famous Caracciola-Karussell. This is only possible during the ADAC Zurich 24-hour race. The campgrounds are located inside the track section. From there, the vehicles can be seen for a long time. Even top-class vehicles need more than 20 seconds from the entrance into the steep curve to the transition in the direction of Hohe Acht -  the spectators have everything in their view.


Directions for campers:
Coming from the highway 61 to the B412 take an access road to the right shortly after the exit for Adenau. If you are coming from highways 1 and 48, on the B 412 you will find an exit to the left behind the section Brünnchen. At the end of this road, past the camping facilities at Wippermann and Hohe Acht, lies the Karussell.


Directions for visitors:
Day visitors coming from the A 61 can follow the signs from the B412 to the parking lot of Siebenbach. Those coming from the A 48 and A 1 will be redirected via the B257 to Adenau and from there via the L10.

Hohe Acht

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Characteristics: The fast section of the track and also the highest point of the entire route. Correspondingly, the ascent is demanding for the engine. Even though the viewers see here the least of the track than elsewhere, the Hohe Acht offers a spectacular view of the hunt through its fast, ascending link curves.


Directions for campers:
Coming from the Autobahn 61 to the B 412 take an access road to the right shortly after the exit to Adenau. If you come from highways 1 and 48 to the B 412, you will find the exit to the left behind the section Brünnchen. Shortly before the end of this road, past the camping facilities at the Wippermann, the section Hohe Acht is located. If you are not sure which way to go the marshals or other fans will certainly help with the directions.


Directions for visitors:
Day visitors coming from the A 61 to the B412 can follow the signs through Siebenbach to the parking lot. Those coming from the A 48 and A 1 will be redirected via the B257 to Adenau and from there via the L10.

Wippermann

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Characteristics: A fast successive left-right-left passage leads to a short straight line, which ends in a steep curve to the right. Accuracy is required when moving quickly to the short straight line.


Directions for campers: Coming from the Autobahn 61 to the B 412, take an access road to the right shortly after an exit for Adenau. If you come from motorways 1 and 48 to the B 412, you will find the exit to the left behind the section Brünnchen. The first camping sites on this access road are at the Wippermann.


Directions for visitors: Day visitors coming from the A 61 are guided from the B412 to the parking lot of Siebenbach. Just follow the signs. Those coming from the A 48 and A 1 will be redirected via the B257 to Adenau and from there via the L10.

Brünnchen

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Characteristics: Similar to the Wippermann section, viewers can experience a challenging curve entry, a short straight and an ascending curve exit. The drivers are only seeing the exit of the Brünnchen very late. The curve is correspondingly difficult to take. The Brünnchen is at the same time a Partyhochburg. The celebration in the tents and caravans bends the beams. Camper can shower for free.


Directions for campers: The Brünnchen is located directly on the B 412. As the places near the track are being occupied fast, fans can also camp on the other side of the federal road.


Directions for visitors: Day visitors coming from the A 61 are guided from the B412 to the parking lot of Siebenbach. Just follow the signs. Those coming from the A 48 and A 1 will be redirected via the B257 to Adenau and from there via the L10.

Pflanzgarte

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Characteristics: For a short moment the cars lift off from the asphalt, then disappear in a fast double right. The Pflanzgarten is another spectator area, where the top vehicles are going over 200 kilometers per hour. Despite the jump hill, the following right curve is more than 160 km / h. Another great place to see precision at the limit.


Directions for campers: The Pflanzgarten is located directly on the B412. Coming from the A 61, the Pflanzgarten is located behind the Brünnchen. If you come from A1 and A48, you will find yourself directly on this section of the track.

 

Directions for visitors: Day visitors coming from the A 61 are guided from the B412 to the parking lot of Siebenbach. Just follow the signs. Those coming from the A 48 and A 1 will be redirected via the B257 to Adenau and from there via the L10.

 

 

Schwalbenschwanz

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Characteristics: After a right turn and a fluid link curve follows a second left, which because of its form and the concrete lining is called a small carousel. In the middle of this curve combination, which looks like the tail of a swallow from the air, every year camp countless motorsport fans. Camper can shower for free.


Directions for campers:
Coming from the A61 to the B412 - after the Pflanzgarten - on the right there is descent to a forest trail. If you follow this, you will come directly to the camping locations at Schwalbenschwanz. If you are coming from the A1 and A48 motorways, take the B412 and on the left side of the road is an exit to the Schwalbenschwanz.


Directions for visitors: Day visitors can park on the B412 on P100 and walk along the access road to the right in the direction of Schwalbenschwanz. Attention: on Saturday the P100 can only be reached via the B258.

 

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