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25.08.2020

Spectators admitted to the ROWE ADAC 6h Ruhr Cup Race

Good news for the fans of the Nürburgring Endurance Series. For the first time in the Corona season, spectators will be admitted to the Grand Prix circuit. The Nürburgring received clearance from the Ahrweiler district administration today. The BMW M Power Grandstand (T3), the Bilstein Grandstand (T4) and the Mercedes Grandstand (T4a) will be open. Spectators along the Nordschleife are still not allowed. Tickets for the ROWE ADAC 6h Ruhr Cup Race on August 29, 2020 are available exclusively at www.nuerburgring.de. The advance sale starts on Wednesday, August 26 at 10 am.
  
"A little piece of normality returns to the Nürburgring Endurance Series. Finally our fans can breathe racing air again on site. The spectators are an elementary part of the sport and our series and we are very happy to finally welcome them back at the track," says Christian Stephani, Managing Director of VLN VV GmbH & Co. KG.
  
Ticket purchase and registration only possible online
Tickets for the ROWE ADAC 6h Ruhr Cup Race are exclusively available online, personalized and seating-accurate. Book your ticket in advance, starting from August 26 on the Nürburgring website. If you arrive by car, a parking ticket must be booked for the parking area assigned to the respective grandstand. Day tickets for Saturday cost 18 euros. Parking tickets are available for 8 Euro. Children up to 14 years of age have free admission, but they must also purchase a ticket online. Proof of the children's age must be available at all times.
  
The hygiene concept of the Nürburgring in detail
The health of all participants is still the focus of the Nürburgring Long Distance Series. Valid hygiene, distance and mask standards are always guaranteed by the health concept of the Nürburgring. For complete traceability, the three open grandstands have been divided into individual sections and designated seating blocks. These designated blocks each have four bookable seats and have a corresponding distance between them. On the way from the ticket control to the seat, masks are mandatory. Seat markers guarantee that everyone will take their personalized seat. This ensures tracking in case of infection. Each grandstand has also been assigned a fixed parking zone. A visitor guidance system then ensures that visitors from different grandstands do not have to meet each other. The otherwise accessible paddock is not open to visitors. Each grandstand has a specifically allocated facilities and catering, assigned to visitors.
   
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