Nurburgring Tickets To Cost More in 2011

The trip to Hell just got more expensive! Since you’re reading this on, you can imagine that we are talking about the Green Hell, the Nurburgring Nordschleife. The famous German racetrack should be any motorist’s destination, regardless of the time of the year, as this is a place where the true driver in you comes alive.

The 73 turns that stretch over a 13-mile (20.9 km) course are guaranteed to offer you the ride of your life. However, starting from next year, all the trills will come at an extra cost. Lapping the circuit one time (yeah, right, like you could quench your thirst for speed and adrenaline with a single lap) will knock EUR24 ($32) off your wallet, with the figure being translated into a EUR2 ($2.7) increase over the price for the current year.

We could say that a four-lap pack should be a proper appetizer for such an experience. Now that we’ve settled what the minimum amount of racing should be (seriously, we’d like to propose a new law that would ban drivers from lapping the track just once), we have to tell you that such an adventure will set you back EUR89 ($119).

However, the cost of the ticket includes a meal at the Eifeldorf Grune Holle restaurant, as well as one ticket to the Ring Werk Museum. As we’ve told you before, we love the brake dust topping on the menu at the aforementioned restaurant.

Moving on to proper trackday sessions, we’ll inform you that a 15-lap pass costs EUR311 ($414), while a 25-lap ticket is offered for EUR471 ($628). The ultimate Nurburgring pass, which allows you to set wheel on the track at any time of the year (except for special events), comes with a price of EUR1,350 ($1,799).
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