Germanys premier racing series takes to the Norisring!
Suddenly season finale! The undisputed classic on the DTM calendar! Once every year, there is plenty of action at the Dutzendteich lake when the area around the historic grandstand is transformed into the only street circuit on the DTM schedule.
The Norisring is known as the German equivalent of Monte Carlo. Only 2.3 kilometres long, only few corners, but the Norisring is quite a challenge nevertheless: nowhere else are the drivers getting closer to the Armco barriers, is staying out of the wall a matter of millimetresu2026 The race weekend in Nuremberg also ranks among the social highlights: seeing and being seen is the key factor at the Norisring. And talking about seeing: fans can get really close to the action, the paddock is located in the beautiful park and on the Zeppellin field. With its current GT3 racing cars, the DTM is adding to a long-standing tradition: in the 1970s and 1980s, Group 5 and Group C sports cars already staged exciting racing at the street circuit in Nuremberg.