Mythos Nürburgring

1990's

Poster for the ADAC Formel-Festival on the 21th August 1992
Poster for the ADAC Formel-Festival on the 21th August 1992

The "Green Hell" gets an environmental management system

 

The 1990's were all about change. Motor sports remained the supporting pillar at the ring, however Nürburgring acted even more strongly as a leader in the region for economic development and tourism. And, a new star was born. On October 1, 1995, Michael Schumacher, as the first German ever, won a course of the Formula 1 World Championship on Nürburgring. The crowd cheers him on from the to date most state of the art grandstand in the world. Approx. 5,000 spectators can be seated in the Mercedes grandstand. In addition, 2 VIP areals are integrated.


And even when it comes to the environment, Nürburgring takes a leading role. As early as in 1996 a progressive environmental management system was established. Nürburgring was certified as per the EU Eco-Audit Directive. One year later, in 1997, the new state of the art Medical Center was dedicated. In 1998, additional new construction projects were underway and completed: The new access road to the Nordschleife was opened, the BILSTEIN grandstand was completely remodeled and the first non-portable video screen ever at a racetrack was dedicated. Once again, Nürburgring was in pole position. The indoor amusement park Nürburgring Adventure World tapped into new visitor potential, celebrating its grand opening in May 1998. In 1999, a state of the art waste water treatment plant is built, for which Nürburgring received yet another prize that very same year, the "Environment Award 1999".

Motorsport history of the 1990's:

 

 

Erlebniswelt Nürburgring
Grand-Prix-Strecke
DTM
Außenansicht Erlebniswelt Nürburgring
Luftaufnahme Nordschleifen-Zufahrt
Mercedes-Tribüne
Großer Preis von Europa, 26. September 1995
Großer Preis von Europa, 1. Oktober 1999

Ring-Partner

Bitburger
Coca-Cola
Langnese