Finally, the city streets – without speed limits! At least, that’s the case for the DTM drivers who get to enjoy the experience at the Norisring. For fans, too, the only street circuit on the DTM calendar is a huge highlight. The track may only feature four corners, but they are a real challenge, with excitement guaranteed on the 2.3-kilometre blast between the Grundig tower and the Dutzendteich lake. At the Zeppelin field, there is a colourful weekend programme with side events and tasty food and beverages in the best Franconian tradition. The Norisring weekend is a society highlight in Nuremberg, too: it’s party time in the paddock! The support series are located in the park, providing an excellent viewing opportunity for spectators.
Meet your idols and get your personal autograph and photo. A great souvenir!
Come and check the spectacular race cars from close distance and watch what the mechanics are working on.
Saturday evenings turn into a festival - when top DJs and singers perform on DTM Show Stage.
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Located in the heart of Franconia, Nuremberg is the second-largest city in Bavaria and is the home of the legendary Norisring. The restored medieval city centre and its impressive Kaiserburg is a must-see. Here, the world’s oldest Bratwust restaurant, founded in 1313, is located. Bratwurst stalls where the specialty can be had are widely spread throughout the city centre. A major part of Nuremberg’s nightlife can be found in the historic city centre. Underneath the castle and in the Weißgerbergasse in particular, there are numerous pubs, bars and clubs.