Public Days (Touristenfahrten)
Touristenfahrten, or “Public driving”, on the Nürburgring Nordschleife is a tradition that dates back to the very birth of the circuit in 1927. It’s arguably the single most amazing thing about the ‘ring and a major reason for it’s global popularity. Anybody and everybody can be seen lapping the circuit, from motorcycles to camper vans. It’s easy to become addicted to the thrill, but as you get faster you need to consider slowing down in TF and taking the speed to the private and practice days…
TF at a glance…
- Public road rules apply; speed limits in sections, overtake only on left, road-legal vehicles only.
- Open several evenings a week and most Sundays
- Very, very busy! Expect long queues on busy summer weekends.
- You share the track with motorcycles, vans and even large busses
- Instruction and taxi laps not allowed by statute.
- Closures due to serious crashes are very common!
- Most people who drive the ‘ring, do so in these sessions.
If you are interested in renting one of our cars for a dedicated track day, take a look in our car garage. If not, you can just purchase your track day entry through us.
Our professional instruction is available to you regardless of whether you choose to bring your own car or rent one of ours.
‘Trackdays’ at a glance:
- Private sessions on the track
- Only registered customers allowed on track
- One-third to half of the traffic of a ‘public’ session
- No motorcycles or busses allowed
- Full use of the Döttinger Höhe straight (Nordschleife)
- A great environment for learning and driver instruction
- Safety teams and paramedics on standby