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Fun on Nuerburgring

NurburgRing is a mekka of all kind of petroheads. They come here from all over the Europe to experience Nordschlife. You can see super cars and proper track toys like Ariel Atom next to classic and stylish air cooled 911. They are all coming with the same aim – drive. But first things first – where to stay? I have stopped at Hotel Garni Retterath – family run business with just 17 clean and modern rooms. More important it’s just 5 minutes drive from the Ring. In the Wiesemscheid village you have two restaurants where you can eat traditional schnitzel and have a beer after tough day. #nurburgring #eternitycarscom

Fun the track atmosphere with RingTaxi. For the Ring rookies RingTaxi is a great way to feel the atmosphere of the track. You should listen to the driver carefully because he is giving a lot of very useful hints for the people who would like to drive the Ring by themselves. Taxi cars (R8, M3, M5 and GT3RS) are nice and clean. Price / fun factor ratio especially in M3 (you can take some friends with you  seems like a bargain. #eternitycarscom

 

Get to know each other! Even if you did a lot of track days and before coming to the Ring you spend hours on onboards and playing your xBox you would be surprised. Of course length of over 20 km and 73 turns are causing problems but the main issue for me were blind curves and ups and downs like on a proper rollercoaster. Track is narrow and traffic can be really heavy during touristfahren. That’s why I’ve decided to hire the instructor. I got mine together with rented car from RentRaceCar. It was a very good idea and well spent money. You can choose out fo 48 cars they have.
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— with RentRaceCar at RentRaceCar.

 

 

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