Nürburgring, located around the village of Nürburg, Germany, features a modern Grand Prix race track originally built in 1984,
The old start/finish house, the old box building and the Conti tower were torn down in 2000. By the time of the European Grand Prix in 2001, three additional super VIP lounges were created instead and a state of the art start/finish house. The new FUJI digital Media Center with ultramodern technology offers journalists and photographers the perfect work environment in a space more than 1,650 m2.
Once a racetrack, now its own brand, with a recognition factor in and around Germany of more than 90 percent. These days, it is not just the fans of top class motor sports events that fully enjoy what Nürburgring has to offer. The mix of events offered at Nürburgring annually consists of more than 300 racing sports, recreational and incentive events for fun and edutainment for a diverse range of visitors and groups of varying interests.
The Nürburgring Adventure World allows the whole family to experience motor sports, mobility and the Nürburgring myth on over 10,000 m2 of space. Each year, tens of thousands of rock fans find their way to Rock am Ring, the Cart Adventure World entices visitors to take part in the action, Bike World offers information and entertainment involving two wheel fun. Future racecar champions are provided training at the Zakspeed Nürburgring Racing School, while future "improved drivers" are trained at the driver safety center. Driving the "Green Hell" using your own vehicle is an adventure for any generation