The fascination of the Nürburgring - in your own sports car - or in a rented Porsche racer
Experience the legendary Formula 1 circuit and take on the challenges of the Nürburgring Track Day!
Braking point, shifting gears, turn-in point and apex are just some of these tasks — suitable for newcomers and racing experts!
Real racing professionals accompany you as you learn the ideal line. If you wish, you can hone your skills using data analysis and safely enjoy the fascination of your sports car.
Starting places at the Nürburgring Track Day are strictly limited! You can take part either in your own sports car or in a Porsche provided by us. 30 or 50 guided laps (RD) alternating with Porsche 911 (922), Porsche Cayman GT4 and Porsche 911 GT3 (991).
Pro rata track fees Nürburgring incl. day catering
Porsche vehicle or Porsche Mix provided
Use of the Porsche sports and racing car fleet provided according to the selected booking option
Safety Plus Package – SIMPLY SAFE!
You think that you and your car deserve the best possible care. Great. By selecting this option you have the following added values:
Easy BOOKING GUARANTEE
Something can always come up. If you cancel up to 30 days before the event, even without giving reasons, we will credit you 70% of your booking amount for the booked date.
An experienced racing coach and champion will accompany you and a maximum of 5 other drivers through your track day. Whether on guided laps or onboard at your side, a professional will guide you through the day, give you tips, adjust your suspension if required, prevent you from making mistakes and help you learn from the best.
Not only you, but also your brakes and tires have a lot to do. It’s good to have an experienced mechanic keeping an eye on your car, adjusting your air pressures, checking for oil and water if necessary and ensuring a clear view with clean windows.
We trust in our quality, our program and our coaches. If you have an accident during the guided laps or alongside our coaches during onboard laps, we will pay you compensation of up to EUR 60,000.
We don’t have to do this, but we want to, because your success and safety are important to us.
All services that are not part of the order confirmation.
Our general terms and conditions and those of the route operator apply.
The deductible in the event of damage is €10,000.
A disclaimer including data protection declaration and photo and film permission must be signed on site
The training is not intended to achieve top speeds
Accompanying persons are possible for an additional charge
Unfortunately, children are not permitted on the test site.
Young people aged 16 and over after consultation and approval by the track operator.
Comfortable clothing and shoes
Helmet (can also be borrowed from us free of charge!)
Driving licence and identity card
We will send out a detailed briefing on the event approx. 1 week before the respective event date
A driving licence is required
Minimum age 25 years
Participation according to StVZO in the Newcomer and Expert Slot, approx. 5 vehicles per group / coaching included (GT/GTS).
Wearing a helmet is required.
We will inform you of the max. dB phon restriction — depending on the racetrack.
Track day insurance is available for an additional charge.
Subject to change without notice. Our General Terms and Conditions apply.
The racetrack at the Nürburgring
The Nürburgring in the Eifel is a legendary racetrack in the Eifel region of Germany. It is a modern Grand Prix test track as well as the venue for a variety of motorsport events, including the Nürburgring 24-hour race. The Nürburgring is considered one of the most difficult and challenging circuits in the world, with a combination of tight and technical sections as well as high-speed straights such as the Döttinger Höhe.
It has a long and eventful history and has been the scene of many legendary races and moments in motorsport. One of these moments was in 1976, when Austrian driver Niki Lauda had a near-fatal accident on the track during the German Grand Prix. Despite the severity of his injuries, Lauda made a remarkable recovery and returned to racing just six weeks later, cementing his status as a true motorsport hero.
The Nürburgring has two main circuits — the modern Grand Prix circuit and the “Nordschleife”. With its 73 bends and a length of over 20 kilometers, it is considered the real test of the circuit. The Nordschleife is also famous for its rough surface and constantly changing weather conditions, which make it a real test for man and machine. The Grand Prix circuit, on the other hand, is a more modern and smoother track on which today’s Grand Prix races are held.
Due to its difficult and challenging track layout, the Nürburgring is also known as the “Green Hell” and is a popular destination for racing enthusiasts and tourists alike.
One of the highlights of the Nürburgring racetrack is the annual 24-hour race, which attracts participants from all over the world. This grueling race puts both the drivers and the cars to the test as they race non-stop around the Nordschleife for 24 hours. The race is won by the team that completes the most laps in the allotted time and is a true test of endurance and speed.
The Nürburgring is also a popular test track for many car manufacturers, as the challenging layout allows for a realistic simulation of a car’s performance and durability. The various sections of the track, including the steep incline of the Döttinger Höhe and the tight bends of the Nordschleife, put the vehicles to the test and provide valuable data for engineers and designers.
In addition to its use as a racetrack, the Nürburgring is also a popular tourist destination. The circuit offers a variety of activities for visitors, including all-day tours of the Nordschleife, the opportunity to drive your own car around the track and even a rollercoaster that offers visitors a thrilling experience.
In summary, the Nürburgring is a true icon of motorsport and is considered by many to be the ultimate test of a driver’s ability and a car’s performance. The combination of challenging layout, demanding conditions and rich history make the Nürburgring a must for anyone interested in racing and motorsport!
Why not combine a Nürburgring track day with a sports car driving experience in the Volcanic Eifel?
Hire a sports car for this special event and spend the night at the Lindner Motorsporthotel, for example. A dinner in the “Pistenklause” restaurant is included. This experience is ideal for anyone who likes to drive fast and enjoys the thrill of driving high-performance sports cars. The scenic routes in the Volcanic Eifel provide the perfect backdrop for a very special driving experience.
Start the sports car tour at Frankfurt Airport, Schlosshotel Kronberg in the Taunus or Roomers Frankfurt and drive along the Moselle to the Nürburgring. Stops in the picturesque towns of Cochem, Traben-Trarbach and Trier, the oldest city in Germany, as well as a city tour and wine tasting complete the driving experience.
The tour is perfect for anyone who loves sports cars and wants to enjoy a scenic drive along the Moselle and explore some charming towns in the region. The combination with a track day at the Nürburgring promises an unforgettable, exciting experience full of driving fun!