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GTiROC Nürburgring Nordschleife Open Pit Lane Track Day 2017

Discussion in 'Track Days' started by fubar andy, Feb 15, 2016.

  1. fubar andy

    fubar andy Moderator & N/W Rep Staff Member

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    GTiROC Nürburgring Nordschleife Open Pit Lane Track Day 2017

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    Why 2017, because its not cheap, it gives everyone PLENTY of time (and also my car will be ready :smile:)

    The format would be as follows:

    Running on the 12.9 mile Nordschleife under full UK track day rules and numbers restricted to ensure no queuing, drivers will have the possibility of up to 9 hours of uninterrupted track time on the greatest race circuit in the world.

    This would be a week day track day but its VERY LIKELY that the the Nordschleife would be open for public lapping on Saturday and/or Sunday.

    We could travel as a group or meet at a hotel near the NBR, have a few laps before the track day opens or wait till the day and just get out there!

    In the evening a few beers and unwind, then either spend a few days afterwards on the circuit (when its back open to the public), check out some of the sights and then head on home!

    Let me know what you think and if you would be interested?

    The track day would be between £400-500 *just for the day*
     
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  2. warpspeed

    warpspeed Well-Known Member

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    Interested

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  3. keastygtir

    keastygtir Well-Known Member

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    That sounds awesome.
     
  4. Richard_Sideways

    Richard_Sideways Active Member

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    I *did* promise myself a trip to the Green Hell in the 'R sometime... Not sure that getting absolutely battered by vintage LM cars appeals though and it sounds like this event would attract a premium crowd.
     
  5. fubar andy

    fubar andy Moderator & N/W Rep Staff Member

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    It's not as premium as you think and there is a real selection of cars than you think.

    Also a main advantage of going to an event like this is the quality of drivers should be better, therefore you should have less accidents or near misses from drivers who are, shall we say, less experienced and more focused in getting in a couple of "hot laps" in rather taking their time and enjoying their laps.
     

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