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24h Nürburgring: A race full of calculation games

Traditionally, the ADAC RAVENOL 24h Nürburgring is a "single event". From the very beginning, it was never primarily about championship points, but above all about the honour of winning the toughest race of the year on the legendary Nordschleife. However, several classifications now add even more spice to the action. Even before the 24-hour race, the top teams are competing in a complex qualifying mode to secure one of the coveted places in the top qualifying: Only five of 17 places are still up for grabs on the race weekend, for which some of the strongest Nordschleife teams will be fighting. Two important classifications for which points are up for grabs at the 24h Nürburgring will also provide additional excitement. Firstly, the race will count towards the joint manufacturers' classification with the Nürburgring Endurance Series - so at the end of the season it will be determined which make was the most successful during the entire Nordschleife season. Another completely new feature is the awarding of points for the Intercontinental GT Challenge (IGTC). The main focus here is on the drivers who compete in the drivers' standings. Three manufacturers are also registered for the one-make classification, which thus becomes a comparison of the strongest international GT3 endurance races. So there are plenty of factors for teams and drivers to keep an eye on. Fortunately for the spectators, despite all the arithmetic, one realisation remains very simple: no matter in which classification - it pays to be faster than all the other competitors. So at the 24h Nürburgring, it's full throttle to the end!



Entry List ADAC RAVENOL 24h Nürburgring 2024

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Entry list promises an exciting 24h

For many fans and competitors, the ADAC RAVENOL 24h Nürburgring is quite simply the “race of the year”. The motorsport festival, which is again expected to attract more than 200,000 spectators this year, will again live up to this reputation: now that the deadline for entries has passed, the provisional list of starters consists of 130 cars. At the forefront of the 52nd staging of the endurance classic from 30th May to 2nd June will be the stars of the GT3 scene. Overall victory will be decided among the top classes (GT3 / SP9 and SP-X), which feature no fewer than eight manufacturers with 26 high-class super sports cars. And there will also be plenty of excitement behind the big names at the front of the field, as the battle for victory in the individual classes promises to serve up another feast of dramatic racing. Anyone wishing to check out this motorsport spectacle can purchase their tickets in advance, with prices starting at € 34 (day tickets for Thursday / Sunday): the ticket shop and lots of additional information and news on the race of the year can be found at



The 24h countdown is running relentlessly

Preparations for the ADAC RAVENOL 24h Nürburgring from 30 May to 2 June are in full swing. After the prologue at the 24h Qualifiers, the teams now have just under a month left to get their cars ready for the race of the year. There can be no talk of "great silence". Numerous top drivers will be on the road in the coming weeks to chase points in the DTM, Intercontinental GT Challenge and other top series. At the end of May, they will all come together again at the Nürburgring to determine the best in the longest race of the year on the longest racetrack in the world. The benchmark seems to be the Porsche teams: after a dominant performance in the four Nordschleife races completed so far as part of the Nürburgring Endurance Series (NLS) and 24h Qualifiers, they have assumed the role of favourites. The exciting hunt for the 911 is therefore on - and fans can experience it live on site: Tickets for the ADAC RAVENOL 24h Nürburgring are available from 34 euros (day tickets Thu / Fri / Sun) in advance at



24h Nürburgring welcomes Monster Energy on board

Monster Energy is a partner of the ADAC RAVENOL 24h Nürburgring from 2024, and is planning an extremely diverse and extensive range of activities revolving around the Nordschleife classic. The contract, which runs up to the end of 2026, sees the energy drink enhance the action-packed event at the Nürburgring with an extensive presence, including many fan attractions. As well as visual elements, such as perimeter advertising and flags in the paddock, visitors can also look forward to spectacular bike action and much more. The partnership will also be prominent across Germany in the run-up to the N24h race: 400 tickets and additional VIP packages will be up for grabs in a competition in shops to accompany the launch of the new Monster Energy Green Zero.


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