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Grandstands & Spectator Seats

The stands at the Nürburgring along the 5.148 kilometers long Grand Prix circuit offer motorsport action up close. Whether in the VLN or 24h race, the DTM or F1 - best view and a motorsport goosebumps are guaranteed. A "racetastic" adventure for the whole family. There is something for everey at different price categories.


BMW M Power Stand

BMW M Power stand (S3, covered)

The BMW M Power stand is also the main stand at the Nürburgring. It flanks the start/finish straight. From here you have the best possible view of the starting line-up and the pits. So there’s no chance of missing a single tyre change or refuelling stop. Behind S3 runs the ring°boulevard with its many shops. During an event this is where you’ll find retailers selling fan items, not to mention the numerous food and drink stands.

Stand 4

Bilstein stand (S4, covered)

Who’s ahead at the start? In the Bilstein stand at the end of the start/finish straight you could hardly be closer to what’s happening on the track. There where the cars turn into the Mercedes Arena, discs glowing as they brake hard following the long straight, action is guaranteed. Racing drivers find it hard at this point to judge their delay properly - especially in the wet. From here you have the best view of the bend no. 12 opposite, the entire Mercedes Arena, the exit from the pits, and you can also see the starting line-up.

Mercedes Stand

Mercedes stand (s4a, covered)

Who takes the best line in the Mercedes Arena? From the Mercedes stand at the end of the start/finish straight you get a great overview. There where the cars turn into the Mercedes Arena, discs glowing as they brake hard following the long straight, action is guaranteed. Racing drivers find it hard at this point to judge their delay properly - especially in the wet. From here you have the best view of the bend no. 12 opposite, the entire Mercedes Arena, the exit from the pits, and you can also see the starting line-up.

Stand 5a

Stand 5a (not covered)

From S5a you can see all the way from the Mercedes Arena exit, via the short layout, to the start of the left-hand bend prior to the downhill section heading towards the Dunlop hairpin. You can even see the stretch of track following the Michael Schumacher S on the other side of the Grand Prix circuit.

Stand 5b

Stand 5b (not covered)

S5b flanks the downhill section as it heads towards the Dunlop hairpin. Two bends in a left/right combination snake past the stand - here drivers are intent on achieving the perfect line to make the most time and distance. No small thing, since this section of track is not easy to drive and the ideal braking point entering the bends hard to find. Those with guts, however, can considerably improve their chances at this point.

Stand 6

Stand 6 (not covered)

The cars speed down towards the Dunlop hairpin past Stand 6. To be in a good position for the delay, the drivers need to be particularly alert just before the braking point. Brake too late and the car will either leave the track or will have no impetus to boost acceleration out of the bend.

Stand 7

Stand 7 (not covered)

Who's ahead in the braking stakes? Stand 7 overlooks the braking point - this is where the drivers either move forward or drop back in the field. Brake too late and you miss the perfect line, brake too early and you lose valuable time, forfeiting catch-up opportunities.

Stand 8

Stand 8 (not covered)

From Stand 8 you can see the entire Dunlop hairpin. Watch the cars drive down towards the hairpin with its huge gravel bed and see them disappear into the Michael Schumacher S. Here, those who brake late yet nevertheless manage to hold a good line through the bend are likely to overtake, being in a good position to accelerate out again. Driving bends, especially in the rain, takes really good instincts. The curb at the outer edge should not be underestimated.

Stand 8

Stand 8 (Construction only Formula 1 / not covered)

From Stand 8 you can see the entire Dunlop hairpin. Watch the cars drive down towards the hairpin with its huge gravel bed and see them disappear into the Michael Schumacher S. Here, those who brake late yet nevertheless manage to hold a good line through the bend are likely to overtake, being in a good position to accelerate out again. Driving bends, especially in the rain, takes really good instincts. The curb at the outer edge should not be underestimated.

Stand 9

Stand 9 (not covered)

Stand 9 guarantees a great view of this stretch of track and the Dunlop hairpin. Cars drive down the opposite straight to plunge into the pear-shaped bend. Right in front of S9 the drivers let themselves drift out to the curb to accelerate away in the direction of the fast Michael Schumacher S. A breathtaking spectacle that can end in one or two drivers taking a spin.

Stand 10a

Stand 10a (not covered)

Stand 10a is made up of two blocks which flank the Michael Schumacher S. Depending on the car being driven, this really fast left/right combination can even be mastered “flat”: with the accelerator floored. In that case, however, even the smallest mistake means the car leaves the track. Stray too far and you end up in the gravel.

Stand 10b

Stand 10b (not covered)

From S10b you have the best view of the end of the Michael Schumacher S as well as of the exit from the short layout, which is part of the DTM circuit, for instance. On the opposite side you can see the cars as they race along the stretch following the Mercedes Arena heading for the downhill section.

Stand 12

Stand 12 (S12, standing, not covered)

Top speed action is a guarantee in Stand 12 which flanks the ADVAN arch. The gentle - and for that - high speed curve is the fastest on the entire Grand Prix circuit. Here drivers gun their cars to reach maximum speed before the NGK chicane braking point. Share in the thrill live from S12.

Stand 12a

Stand 12a (not covered)

When the cars have to drastically kill their speed to get through the veedol chicane, the brake discs literally glow. Depending on the layout being used - the more flowing "motorcycle chicane" or the considerably narrow version - it can look as if the cars more or less grind to a halt. It's something else to experience that close up.

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