Those who tend to keep an eye on the NÃ¼rburgring webcam will have noticed a bit of snow over the last few days. According to a post by Dale Lomas on the Ringers forum the Nordschleife has been closed until the snow clears. Above is a photo taken from the webcam logs on Jules Perry’s […]
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On the weekend of 23-24 August the NÃ¼rburgring was closed to ‘normal’ traffic for the annual Rad am Ring / Run am Ring event where participants cycle and run around the Nordschleife. There are a variety of classifications open to competitors of all ages and skill levels. What better way to see the GrÃ¼nne Holle […]
*updated pricing below* The Karussell is one of the Nordschleife’s most famous cornersâ€”and not just because of the Australian flag painted on the armco! The Karussell is bumpy as all hell and you never forget the first time you take a car around the corner. To help keep those memories fresh you can now have […]
Here are a few images from the 1936 German Grand Prix, held at the NÃ¼rburgring Nordschleife. The race was won by Bernd Rosemeyer driving an Auto Union Type C (pictured above).Â It was a one-two victory for the Auto Unions, with Hans Stuck, father of Hans-Joachim Stuck, claiming second place. The final podium position was […]
This is the second and final image gallery of the Volkswagen Scirocco GT24s as seen at the 2008 NÃ¼rburgring 24 hour race. See below for quotes from the drivers, as well as Volkswagen’s press release, and, of course, more images. Remember to click on each image for a 2000px super image.
Over the next few days I’ll be posting up some images from the recent 2008 NÃ¼rburgring 24 hour race. Starting with the agressive looking Volkswagen Scirocco GT24s. The Sciroccos, running 2.0 TFSI engines and six-speed DSG transmissions achieved a 1-2 class victory with Hans-Joachim Stuck’s #118 car claiming the bragging rights among the Volkswagen team. […]
One of the many side industries associated with tourist laps of the NÃ¼rburgring Nordschleife is photography. Most photographers you see Ring-side are generally taking happy snaps for their own use, but there are some who approach their Nordschleife watching with a bit more seriousness. One such photographer is Rene Graff, who has been kind enough […]