Nordschleife – bridge to gantry

Information about the Nordschleife (Green Hell) and the Grand Prix circuit of the Nürburgring:

For decades, the Nordschleife of the Nürburgring has fascinated racing drivers and dedicated leisure drivers worldwide. The high demands on the driving skills and the considerable risk that one always has on board during a lap on the Nordschleife have earned this racetrack the nickname “Green Hell”.

In combination with the Nordschleife and the GP circuit, the Nürburgring is today the longest permanently equipped race track in the world. The VLN long-distance races and the ADAC Zurich 24-hour race are also held on this circuit. Otherwise the Nordschleife is available for test drives, driver trainings or tourist drives.

On these pages you will find tips and information about the legendary Nordschleife and the newer Grand Prix circuit of the Nürburgring: Course, maps of the race tracks, ideal line, tourist drives, vehicles and equipment, behaviour on the race track, safety information, motorsport events, facilities in the vicinity, history, track data, lap times and much more.

Nuerburgring Nordschleife race lineA special highlight is the detailed route description of the Nordschleife with tips and hints to the ideal line and many maps and graphics: Information about the various sections of the race track, detailed descriptions of the individual bends and turning points as well as information about danger spots such as crests or depressions allow optimal preparation and analysis of your own laps.

The comment function allows everyone to add their own experiences to the individual sections of the route.

In the free PDF driver’s manual Nürburgring Nordschleife there are overview plans and many maps to the individual track sections. In addition to the ideal line drawn in this driver’s manual, each section is also explained and described in detail.

The complete plan of the Nordschleife in DIN A0 (118.9 x 84.1 cm) offers a very good overview of the entire race track. Further information about the track sections or the ideal line can also be found on the map.

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