Opened in 1927 the Nürburgring has been ever since the most challenging, the most demanding and the most dangerous racetrack in the world. Numerous victories and tragedies, heroes and disasters, records and developments have taken place in the mountains and forests of the Eifel region close to Germany’s western border. After experiencing weather conditions like rain, sun, fog and snow just in one lap driver legend Sir Jackie Stewart nicknamed the track „Green Hell“.
300m elevation difference
The Endurance Championship Nürburgring is the biggest racing event of the world. 500 drivers compete in 180 cars in 9 races per season on the longest race track in the world. The magic derives from the mixture of amateurs and professionals, private race cars and works teams from all major manufacturers, and races that happen during all seasons of the year from March to November.
Closer to the story. Unlimited access to the race events give a complete look behind the scenes. The official production sources like onboards, track and pit cameras or even drone or helicopter footage create an unique and epic cinematic journey trough the race weekends. The highly experienced production crew of real insiders are the guarantee for an extraordinary storyline- and development.