Entrance all around the Nordschleife is free. A fee of 15 Euro must be paid for the access to the open grandstands at the Grand Prix circuit and to the paddocks. Children up to the age of 14 years are free. The value received is motorsport up close as the spectators at the VLN endurance racing championship Nürburgring can experience the teams' work as if they were part of it. Day passes can be purchased on-site and an annual pass is available in the 'gold package' at the VLN fan club.
Motorsport is and remains dangerous. A number of rules must hence be respected by the spectators of race events.
The VLN endurance racing championship offers motorsport up close. A ticket provides free access to the paddocks, to the pit lane - as long as the engines are stopped - and to the starting grid. In all cases, the instructions of the safety marshals must be strictly respected.
All the areas of danger at the Nordschleife are normally clearly indicated. Should you nevertheless detect a gap - don't use it. Always remain behind the safety fences, for your own protection.
The Nürburgring is located in the protected landscape 'Rhein-Ahr-Eifel'. The areas carousel, Wippermann and Brünnchen are furthermore located adjacent to a bird sanctuary. The use of forestry roads with motor driven vehicles is prohibited as is open fire or the leaving of waste.
The VLN requests all the fans to set good examples and to respect the rules. This is the only way to ensure that the relaxed atmosphere in the paddocks and at the track can be preserved.