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Exciting duels at the 45th RCM DMV Grenzlandrennen of the NLS

The first quarter of the season in the Nürburgring Endurance Series (NLS) has been completed. After a two-month break, the 45th RCM DMV Grenzlandrennen is scheduled for next Saturday (June 25, 2022). Expected at sunny temperatures around 22 degrees anything but a lukewarm motorsport air around the legendary Nordschleife. The field of participants promises exciting duels for top positions in all...
Exciting duels at the 45th RCM DMV Grenzlandrennen of the NLS


The first quarter of the season in the Nürburgring Endurance Series (NLS) has been completed. After a two-month break, the 45th RCM DMV Grenzlandrennen is scheduled for next Saturday (June 25, 2022). Expected at sunny temperatures around 22 degrees anything but a lukewarm motorsport air around the legendary Nordschleife. The field of participants promises exciting duels for top positions in all classes and red-hot action. Tickets are available for a family-friendly 18 euros per person (children under 14 free). This not only gives access to the open grandstands at the Grand Prix Track and the exclusive spectator areas Brünnchen and Pflanzgarten, but also to the paddock, the pit lane and the starting grid. First of all, the focus is on the overall standings. After two races, nine drivers are in the lead with 30 points each. These are, on the one hand, the drivers Felix Schumann, Michael Paatz and Timo Hochwind from the Mathilda Racing Team LAVO Carwash in their Volkswagen Scirocco R from the VT2-FWD class. On the other hand Oskar Sandberg, Daniel Zils and Sindre Setsaas (Adrenalin Motorsport Team Alzner Automotive) in the BMW 330i from VT2-R+4WD. And last but not least Mauro Calamia, Ivan Jacoma and Kai Riemer from Cup3 with the Porsche 718 Cayman GT4 CS from Team Schmickler Performance powered by Ravenol. It could hardly be closer. Immediately behind them follow cars and drivers from the classes CUP2, V4, BMW M240i, V5 and BMW M2 CS. So the calculation to make more classes possible master classes with the new points system works out and underlines that the new points scheme of the NLS is already a successful one and provides for more diversity. Three-time DTM champion René Rast drives with GiermaziakOf course, as always, the SP9 cars will be particularly in the spotlight over the course of the four-hour race. An interesting pairing will start for Scherer Sport Team Phoenix in the Audi R8 LMS GT3. Driving with Poland's Jakub "Kuba" Giermaziak is three-time DTM Champion René Rast, who celebrated his 25th DTM victory last weekend at Imola (ITA). "I really enjoy racing on the Nordschleife," said Rast. "It's a lot of fun to drive the R8 there. I haven't driven an NLS race for a long time and have never won one. Therefore, it's about time."Schnitzelalm Racing brings a touch of romance to NLS, with Carrie Schreiner forming a fast pair for the first time with her boyfriend Peter Terting in the Mercedes AMG GT3 as part of the NLS. "I am full of anticipation for the upcoming weekend. We have worked hard to put together a good package. I am convinced that I can learn a lot from Peter. He has already proven on all kinds of cars that he can be very fast. I will definitely enjoy every second, on the best race track in the world, on a GT3 car and then together with my friend. This is very special for me," says Carrie Schreiner. Janine Shoffner back in the Nürburgring Endurance SeriesIn the Pro-Am class, Janine Shoffner is making a comeback. She is back in action for Team GetSpeed with Moritz Kranz in the Mercedes-AMG GT3. Last year, the US-American was the first driver to take on the challenge of racing solo on the Nordschleife in a GT3 car. Prior to that, she won the Am class classification of SP9 in 2021 in the NLS six times in a row with a wreath and thus also the associated class winner's trophy. She also finished the season as the NLS Ladies Trophy winner. The Junior Team starts with the new BMW in SP8T Hardly had they said goodbye, they are already back on the mat. We are talking about the drivers of the BMW Junior Team. Daniel Harper, Max Hesse and Neil Verhagen are competing in the SP8T with the recently presented BMW M4 GT4 Concept. In the VLN TCR class, Scherer Sport is also causing a stir with the entry of the new Audi RS3 LMS. In addition to the former VLN Junior Christoph Breuer, the car will be driven by the "golden Leuchter" Benjamin Leuchter and Andreas Gülden. The car is supported by the new Scherer Team Project, which is made up of employees from various Scherer Group companies. Janis Waldow competes in SP10 with a new carSome people will rub their eyes in surprise when Janis Waldow climbs out of the cockpit in the pit lane. Because this time the man from Bonn is not driving a Renault Mégane RS or Alpine A110 GT4 as usual. Together with Max Lamesch and Andreas Patzelt, Waldow Performance is bringing a Mercedes-AMG GT4 into the grid. "We are starting with Mercedes as a new brand in addition to our existing program. We see this as a new challenge and want to position ourselves more broadly for the future. For us, we have identified the Mercedes GT4 as the suitable vehicle. We want to be competitive in the SP10 class. I am very much looking forward to the new project. I'm excited to see how the new project will start this weekend," says Janis Waldow. Those who can't watch the race live on site should tune in to the elaborately produced livestream on Saturday morning. The broadcast with gripping footage from the ROWE helicopter, numerous onboard cameras and the KW-SlowMo starts at 08:15 and ends with the podium ceremony at around 16:30.

Nürburgring offers varied event programme in July


The Nürburgring starts the second half of the year at full throttle. In July, the wide range of motorsport awaits the spectators - with impressive race trucks, ultra-fast rallycross vehicles or the huge starting field of the Nürburgring Endurance Series. And at Rad am Ring you need muscle power and endurance instead of horsepower. A brief portrait of the event highlights in July. World RX of Germany | 30 - 31 July 2022The action on and off the tarmac at the Ring is extraordinary and spectacular. At the FIA World RX of Germany, the drivers also fight for important points in the world championship on gravel. The mode of competition for victory is particularly exciting and entertaining. Over several heats, six vehicles fight against each other for a place in the semi-finals and finals. Mutual contact is part and parcel of the event. The track is crisp, varied and just one kilometre long. On the stadium-like grandstands of the Müllenbachschleife, spectators have a view of the entire racing action from start to finish. There are also interesting ticket packages for friends and families. ADAC Truck Grand Prix | 15 - 17 July 2022 XXL motorsport, music festival, eventful paddock. The Int. ADAC Truck Grand Prix comes to the Nürburgring with a colourful experience weekend. With up to 1,050 hp, the race trucks will make the grandstands shake. The new series for LMP3 and sports prototypes in Germany, the Prototype Cup Germany, will celebrate its premiere in the supporting programme. Musical highlights await the visitors on Friday and Saturday evening in the Müllenbachschleife, where the country band Truck Stop will be back after a long time - and of course perennial favourite Tom Astor, who has been at every county festival at the Ring since 1986. On Friday, the Truck Grand Prix Job Expo, which is open to the public, will take place in the ring°boulevard. Here, people who want to become professional drivers will be brought together with companies in the industry. 6h Race Nürburgring Endurance Series | 9 July 2022 On the combination of the legendary Nordschleife and Grand Prix circuit, the ROWE 6 Hours ADAC Ruhr Cup Race of the NLS gets down to business. With around 160 vehicles, the whole fascination of racing can be experienced here - from the full-blown GT3 bolides to the close-to-production small cars. The spectators are right in the middle of the action. In the paddock and even on the grid, they can get up close and personal with teams and drivers. On the grandstand of the Grand Prix circuit and around the Nordschleife, the race can be followed from various spectator points - from the start to the famous champagne shower. Rad am Ring | 22 - 24 July 2022 At Rad am Ring, people pedal hard. For the ambitious riders, it's even around the clock. 24-hour races are held for racing cyclists and mountain bikers. Given the demanding topography of the Nürburgring, this is no easy endeavour. After all, there is a 300-metre difference in altitude per lap alone. In addition to the ultra and long-distance event, there will be various races for everyone as part of the German Cycling Cup, a time trial and touring without timekeeping. Spectators are admitted free of charge. GRIP - das Motorevent & European TimeAttack Masters | 10 July 2022 Spectacular Everyman drag races, drift and race taxi rides, meet & greets with well-known RTL II stars and other programme items can be experienced at GRIP - das Motorevent. At the premiere at the Nürburgring, 30,000 visitors made the one-day event a mega success. In the paddock, fans can present and admire their mobile treasures and talk shop with like-minded people. There will also be a kids' area and an exhibition mile. Also in the supporting programme of the event: the European TimeAttack Masters. At the meeting of the European TimeAttack scene, the best teams from all over Europe will compete against each other and fight for the title of the European Championship in their respective classes. Event overview | July 2022 01 - 03.07.      ADAC/DMC Reinoldus Race Weekend 02.07.              RCN 4/GLP 3 09.07.              Nürburgring Endurance Series 5 (6h Race) 10.07.              GRIP - the motor event 10.07.              European TimeAttack Masters 15. - 17.07.    ADAC Truck Grand Prix 22. - 24.07     Rad am Ring 29. - 31.07     ADAC Racing Weekend 30. - 31.07.    FIA World RX of Germany

Camping at the Nordschleife at the 12h Nürburgring


The advance sale for the limited camping tickets at the 12h Nürburgring (September 9-11, 2022) is open. For the first time, fans of the Nürburgring Endurance Series will have the opportunity to camp at the Brünnchen section of the circuit - with toilets, showers, water supply and lighting. Tickets can be ordered here. "The 12h Nürburgring will be a season highlight in more ways than one, and one that deserves the name," says Michel Pathe, Managing Director of VLN VV GmbH & Co. KG. "Camping at the Nordschleife is an elementary part of this - in addition to the race itself with its sporting challenge as well as the colorful supporting program that we offer spectators around the Grand Prix circuit. "Person tickets for camping from Thursday evening to Sunday are available in advance. The other fees for vehicles, trailers, etc. according to the known cost structure of the Nürburgring for demand camping sites will be charged on site (click here for the price overview). Also available online are weekend tickets for access to the open grandstands at the Grand Prix circuit, the paddock, pit and gridwalk - children up to 14 years free - as well as tickets for the big 90s party on Saturday evening in the ring°arena.The 12h Nürburgring will start at 14:30 on Saturday afternoon. Part one continues into the twilight hours until 20:30. Overnight, parc fermé regulations will prevail. Teams are not allowed to work on the race cars. On Sunday morning, the restart will take place with a new starting procedure in which the cars will be sent back into the race in the intervals with which they were waved off the night before. Entertainment is also provided off the race track. In addition to the 90s party in the night from Saturday to Sunday, exhibitions by BMW M and the Porsche Club Nürburgring, the Haribo Road Show as well as the 'RPR1 On Tour Livemobil' invite visitors to stroll along the ring°boulevard and the ring°carré during the day. Spectators can also visit the motorsport experience museum ring°werk. Admission is free for all ticket holders.

Thrilling motorsport with tournament mode, Superpole and fan proximity at World RX


The FIA World RX of Germany will bring thrilling motorsport action to the Nürburgring again this year. From July 30-31, fans will have plenty to look forward to with entertaining races in tournament mode, a Superpole shootout and free access to the paddock. The fast-paced vehicles in the world championship have plenty of horsepower under the hood and are running purely electric for the first time this season. Tickets for the motorsport spectacle are available here. The FIA World Rallycross Championship is the first world championship to compete in purely electric mode at the Nürburgring. What the drivers and their vehicles are capable of is demonstrated on the circuit of gravel and asphalt, which is just one kilometer long. Thrilling duels and nerve-racking overtaking maneuvers are part and parcel of the action. The spectators are right in the middle of every action, because on the stadium-like grandstands in the Müllenbachschleife everything is in view from start to finish. The races with five vehicles each are held in tournament mode. With heats, semifinals and finals, each race promises real thrills. Whoever wins the final will be at the top of the podium. Due to the entertaining motorsport format with many races, eliminations in the knockout system and an exciting final, the FIA World RX of Germany is equally suitable for horsepower enthusiasts, families and casual visitors. That's why there are also different ticket offers and packages. Day tickets are available from 39 euros, weekend tickets for 59 euros. Children and young people between the ages of 13 and 15, as well as people with disabilities, receive a discount on the ticket price. Children up to and including 12 years of age even enjoy free admission. In addition, there are special ticket packages for families and friends as well as VIP tickets for an exclusive motorsport adventure.

Green Hell Driving Days - four days of tourist drives in a row


From 16 - 19 June, the first Green Hell Driving Days of the year will take place at the Nürburgring. For four days in a row, from morning to evening, everyone can take the legendary Nordschleife under their own wheels. The barrier opens for the first time at 8 a.m. on Thursday, 16 June. Driving will be in accordance with the German road traffic regulations. Traditionally, the Green Hell Driving Days take place twice a year. The long tourist driving weekend will again attract Nürburgring fans from near and far. Anyone in possession of a driving licence and a properly registered car or motorbike can drive during opening hours. Visitors can top up their credit for the ride online at any time. All that is needed is an account, which can be easily created. Access to the track is then possible via QR code. Top-ups can be made online at any time and from anywhere. Every user has full transparency over the transactions. Since the tourist drives take place according to the road traffic regulations of Germany, there are fixed rules for participation. For example, overtaking is only allowed on the left. In addition, behaviour that endangers traffic, such as drifts or stopping times, is prohibited. To ensure that driving fun and safety come first, the Nürburgring employs extensive safety personnel around and on the track. The applicable rules are available - among other things as an international explanatory video - here and on the screens at the race track. More service and special offers for tourist driversShould any incidents occur during the tourist drives, the staff will be on the spot quickly. If it becomes necessary to close the circuit, information about the approximate duration of the closure will be provided on the screens at the circuit and online. In the meantime, visitors are offered benefits at various Nürburgring locations. At the Motorsport Experience Museum ring°werk, for example, admission is available for €7.90 instead of €9.90. At the Nürburgring eSports Bar, 10% off all digital driving packages await. And if you want to fortify yourself, you can also get a 10% discount at the restaurants LUCIA - Pollo Italiano and Bitburger Gasthaus. Opening hours Green Hell Driving Days Nordschleife: Thursday, 16 June 2022: 08:00 - 19:00 hrs. Friday, 17 June 2022: 08:00 - 19:30 hrs Saturday, 18 June 2022: 08:00 - 19:00 hrs Sunday, 19 June 2022: 08:00 - 19:00 hrs

Nürburgring once again becomes a pilgrimage site for motorsport fans at the 12h race


From 9 to 11 September 2022, the Nürburgring will offer motorsport entertainment at the highest level. At the premiere of the 12h Nürburgring, there will be a varied programme for the spectators on and off the race track. Six hours of racing action on Saturday and Sunday will be garnished by the big 'Back to the 90's' party in the ring°arena and a colourful programme on the ring°boulevard and in the ring°carré, where there will be plenty to discover. At the NLS season highlight, on-demand camping sites will also be open at the Nordschleife from Thursday evening to Sunday. Tickets for the 12h Nürburgring are available online at Weekend tickets are available for 42 euros per person. Young people up to 14 years of age are admitted free of charge. The 12h Nürburgring will feature a sporting novelty. The race will be run in two sections of six hours each. The special feature is that on Sunday morning, the cars will return to the race track in the same intervals as they were waved off on Saturday evening at 8:30 pm. The procedure is comparable, for example, with the pursuit race in the biathlon.On Saturday evening, the start-finish straight becomes a parc fermé after the flag-off. No work is allowed on the cars overnight. On Sunday morning, all the cars will move into the pit lane, where they will line up in three rows after the finish. The winner of part one will be the first to start from the pit lane. The other cars follow in the same distance as when they crossed the finish line on Saturday. Code-60 then applies throughout the circuit. Once all the cars have started the race, the speed limit is lifted and the chase is on. From the grandstand into the ring°arena: 'Back to the 90's'After part one of the race, the party 'Back to the 90's' will be going on in the ring°arena on Saturday evening. The journey back in time to the age of boy bands, neon colours and wild hairstyles will be accompanied by the show acts Masterboy & Beatrix Delgado, Candela Squad, Caught in the Act, Loona and the Mütze Katze DJ team. The event starts with the falling of the chequered flag at 20:30. Tickets for 'Back to the 90's' can be booked online at Buyers who book a 12h Nürburgring ticket at the same time will receive a € 5.00 discount on the party ticket in the Nürburgring online shop. Camping at the Nordschleife for the first time at the NLS For the first time at the 12h Nürburgring, the demand camping sites around the Nordschleife will be opened at an NLS race. This gives race fans the opportunity to set up camp and enjoy the Green Hell, just like at the 24h race.

Rock am Ring sold out with 90,000 weekend tickets - limited day tickets still available


Shortly before the start of the festival, Rock am Ring can report a sell-out with 90,000 weekend tickets sold. A visitor record, which could be reached in the size 2022 for the first time at the traditional festival. For those who make up their minds at short notice, there are still limited day tickets available. For fans who cannot be there on the weekend, RTL+ will exclusively broadcast the complete program of both main stages live, free of charge and freely accessible in the web browser on and via the app for RTL+ Premium User:in. In addition, a partnership with TikTok brings the festival experience to the global community. In addition to hashtag campaigns, live programming, official Rock am Ring playlists, backstage impressions with popular Creator:ins are also planned. At Rock am Ring, after a two-year break due to the pandemic, fans can look forward to headliners Green Day, Muse and Volbeat, among others, from June 3-5. A total of around 70 acts are scheduled, including Placebo, Måneskin, Marteria, Casper, Beatsteaks, Jan Delay & Disko No. 1, The Offspring, Korn, Deftones and Scooter. Since 1985, tens of thousands of music fans have made the pilgrimage to the Nürburgring, first on the Whitsun weekend, then on the first weekend in June. Over the decades, acts such as David Bowie, The Bangles, Alanis Morissette, The Fugees, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Rage Against The Machine, Metallica, Die Toten Hosen, A$AP Rocky and Jay-Z have played at the festival. From the beginning, the festival has always been a mirror of the current pop zeitgeist. At Rock am Ring, developments were anticipated, and careers big and small were launched. 

Audi wins the 24h anniversary race


The local heroes from Phoenix have secured the 50th edition of the ADAC TotalEnergies 24h Nürburgring, their sixth overall victory in the "Eifel Marathon" after a spectacular anniversary race. South African Kelvin van der Linde, the two Belgians Dries Vanthoor and Frederic Vervisch as well as Dutchman Robin Frijns prevailed after 24 hours in the "Green Hell" in the Audi R8 LMS evo II with a lead of 0:55.276 min. ahead of their Meuspath neighbours in the #3 Getspeed Mercedes-AMG, driven by DTM Champion Maximilian Götz, Fabian Schiller and Briton Adam Christodoulou. After two Corona years with severely limited attendance, 230,000 spectators experienced the 50th "Eifel Marathon" throughout the weekend and provided an impressive backdrop. With the sixth success, the Phoenix team around boss Ernst Moser moved a little closer again to the seven victories of record winner Manthey. "We came through the night well and earlier the engineers did a good job with the tyres. That's when we were able to get a big lead on the Mercedes. We deserved the win because we always had the right tyres on," explained Dries Vanthoor. For Kelvin van der Linde (2017) as well as for Dries Vanthoor and Frederic Vervisch (both also with Phoenix in 2019), it was the second victory each at the 24h Nürburgring, for Robin Frijns it was the premiere. "This victory is once again a great team performance," said Julius Seebach, the Managing Director of Audi Sport GmbH responsible for motorsport at Audi. "Our new Audi R8 LMS evo II proved in a tremendously tough competition that it is an absolute winning car." Maximilian Götz from the second-placed Getspeed trio said: "Actually, everything went according to plan. But you have to say that the Audi was really strong. In the end, you have to be satisfied after a race like this with all the capers. Second place is great. But of course we wanted to win." Rounding off Getspeed's strong showing was the sister car in #4. Maro Engel, Frenchman Jules Gounon and Spaniard Dani Juncadella also finished on the podium in third place. A total of 135 cars were on the grid. Numerous favourites stumbleAfter a spectacular start phase, which was dominated by the #99 Rowe-BMW and the #7 Konrad-Lamborghini, the favourites started to die early on. Several top teams retired due to accidents or technical defects or dropped back decisively after having led the field in the meantime. The Rowe-BMW #99 was followed by its sister car #98, the #126 octane126-Ferrari which had started from pole position, the #7 Konrad-Lamborghini, the #5 Phoenix-Audi and the #90 TF Sport-Aston Martin. The defending champion had a particularly spectacular farewell: Belgian Laurens Vanthoor in the #1 Manthey-Porsche touched the #15 Phoenix-Audi of his brother Dries at the wheel at the Döttinger Höhe of all places and spun the "Grello" into the crash barriers at around 260 km/h. Towards morning, the action slowly calmed down, until several rain showers caused tension again. Three hours before the end of the race, a duel for victory had emerged between the #15 Phoenix-Audi and the #3 Getspeed-Mercedes-AMG. The Phoenix team had the advantage of being able to react at later pit stops and, with Kelvin van der Linde at the wheel and cut slick tyres on a partly wet track, used this to gain a reassuring lead for the final hour of the race. Anniversary of the 24h Nürburgring was celebrated extensivelyThe weekend surrounding the 50th edition of the tradition-steeped race was all about the big anniversary. There was a reunion with numerous former 24h overall winners. Almost 40 former winners from the period between 1970 and 2021 accepted the invitation of the organising ADAC Nordrhein. Naturally, they were much sought-after for autographs and as contemporary witnesses. With Timo Bernhard and Marcel Tiemann, two of the most successful drivers in the history of the 24h were also there, each of whom had five victories at the Ring. "I hadn't seen Marcel for ten years and was very happy to meet him here now. But our successes have welded us together and the bond has always remained," said Bernhard: "I've learned so much here and I'm very humbled to have won this race five times." For Tiemann, who had to end his career in 2010 after a serious accident, the first return to the 24h Nürburgring after twelve years was also emotional. "I saw a lot of people from the team again and also Olaf Manthey, plus some fans I still knew from the past," said Tiemann, who had celebrated four of his five victories together with Bernhard in the Manthey Porsche. There were also encounters with the heroes of yesteryear at the large exhibition of former participant vehicles on the ring°boulevard, which was also adorned by a "Walk of Fame" with large-format photos of the 24h races since 1970. The extensive visitor programme also offered countless other attractions, some of which left visitors spoilt for choice. One of the special "birthday presents" was a genuine world record: live TV partner NITRO broadcast the events at the Nürburgring from the preliminary coverage on Saturday until after the chequered flag fell on Sunday in a 27-hour continuous programme, thus setting a world record for the longest TV broadcast of a live sporting event. Dates for 2023 already fixedAfter the round anniversary, the organisers drew a positive conclusion. "The great crowd and the exciting sport on the track made this event a really worthy anniversary," Race Director Walter Hornung summed up. "This gives us a lot of momentum to look ahead and start into an exciting future." The course for this has already been set, as Nürburgring 1927 GmbH & Co. KG and the organising ADAC Nordrhein have already agreed on the dates for the coming years. The continuation of the cooperation with title sponsor TotalEnergies for the coming year is also already fixed. "We are pleased to be able to give all those involved, from the teams and drivers to our many helpers and the fans, planning security in this way," says Walter Hornung. Next year, the ADAC TotalEnergies 24h Nürburgring will be held from 18 to 21 May 2023. The prologue will be held again at the ADAC 24h Nürburgring Qualifiers from 21 to 23 April 2023.

230,000 fans at the 24h race - Rock am Ring ahead


It was the emotional return of the fans: 230,000 visitors celebrated a huge motorsport party at the ADAC TotalEnergies 24h Nürburgring. The organisers, police and Nürburgring operating company look back with satisfaction on a successful weekend - with a great atmosphere and no incidents worth mentioning. At the same time, the 24-hour race was a strong start to the Nürburgring event summer. The next big event is already in the starting blocks: Already next weekend 90,000 festival fans will come to the Nürburgring - then for Rock am Ring (3-5 June). "I had goose bumps. Full grandstands and a great atmosphere around the track. You work all year for moments like that. That's what drives us as a race track and event location," the Managing Director of the Nürburgring Betreibergesellschaft, Christian Stephani, said enthusiastically after the weekend. "You could really feel this atmosphere everywhere. From the campsite at the Nordschleife to the lounges." This emotion is also shared by the sporting director of the organiser ADAC Nordrhein, Mirco Hansen: "The fans provide the emotional setting for our unique race. The pictures of the grid, the full grandstands and the fans around the Nordschleife - that was sensational. That has inspired everyone. The drivers and teams also confirm that." The Mayen police department also looks back on the past weekend with satisfaction. "The first official major event in two years went absolutely satisfactorily from a police point of view," explains press spokesman Nils Christ. "Apart from minor traffic disruptions, there were no noteworthy disturbances. We were on duty with strong forces and recorded only a few low-level offences despite the high number of visitors." For the police there is now only a short breather. The officers will be back on duty in time for Rock am Ring. The same goes for the team of the Nürburgring operating company. Managing director Ingo Böder, who together with Stephani is responsible for the fate of the race track, speaks of an organisational and operational tour de force: "I am proud of the whole team. While half of them were working on the 24h race, the others were already preparing Rock am Ring. On two weekends in a row, we have almost a big city as our guest. We can only manage this task with commitment and many years of event experience." From Friday, 3 June, 90,000 festival visitors are expected at the Nürburgring. The focus will then be on international top bands like Green Day, Volbeat or Muse. Together with the fans, they will continue to write the history of the Nürburgring Event Summer.