Archive for the ‘Photography’ Category

Snow forces temporary closure of Nordschleife

Those who tend to keep an eye on the Nürburgring 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 […]

Rad am Ring 2008

On the weekend of 23-24 August the Nürburgring 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 Grünne Holle […]

Bringing the Karussell home

*updated pricing below* The Karussell is one of the Nordschleife’s most famous corners—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 […]

1936 German Grand Prix

Here are a few images from the 1936 German Grand Prix, held at the Nürburgring Nordschleife. The race was won by Bernd Rosemeyer driving an Auto Union Type C (pictured above).  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 […]

2008 Volkswagen Scirocco GT24 – part 1

Over the next few days I’ll be posting up some images from the recent 2008 Nürburgring 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. […]

Photography at the Nürburgring Nordschleife –

One of the many side industries associated with tourist laps of the Nürburgring 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 […]