The start of the legendary 24-hour race at the Nürburgring is on Saturday, May 28th at 15:30 pm. However, the whole motorsport festival starts much earlier. The unofficial starting signal for the 24-hour race is Adenauer Racing Day on the Wednesday before the race in the center of Adenau. A good chance for the fans to get close to the racing cars and the racing drivers. Before things really get going on the weekend!
For the ADAC Zurich 24h Race (May 26th to 29th) an exciting fight of the currently strongest GT teams and manufacturers is looming. The long-distance classic on the famous Nürburgring-Nordschleife is attracting more top drivers and teams than seldom before. Whether last year's winner Audi, record winner BMW, Mercedes-Benz or Porsche: They all want to support their teams in the fight for the prestigious victory. Seldom has it been so difficult to find a favorite.
The longest night of the year
The 44. The race of the ADAC Zurich 24h race will again be a huge celebration of motorsport.
More than 150 vehicles - about three dozen of them alone in the classes of the potential overall winner are allowed for the start. Without exception, everything that has rank and name on the Nordschleife romped among them.
Also the view into our gallery from N24h Qualifiers race shows that voltage is programmed this year. The entire elite of the Nordschleife experts is gathered, many former 24h and VLN winners, old hands and newcomers plunge into the action. And also with the race cars there will be a lot of choice!
You can now win two more tickets for the entire N24h weekend!
We are giving away 3x 2 tickets for the entire 24h race. (Value per ticket 66 €) are valid from Thursday to Sunday (26.-29.5.) And entitle you to access all open stands and the paddock.
And this is how it works: Simply fill out our competition form. Don't forget to give your full name and address![= ”Notification_warning”] You have until Sunday evening, May 15.05.2015th, 23 59:XNUMX pm! So it's best to play along right away! [divider] [/ divider]
All photos: SB-Medien, Stefan Baldauf and Guido ten Brink