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With the beginning of the 2015 season, race drivers need a further license in addition to the regular driver’s license, the so-called DMSB Permit Nordschleife, in order to participate in certain races on the Nürburgring Nordschleife. These include the VLN championship and the 24 hour race. Also, in this season it is possible to obtain the DMSB Permit Nordschleife during a trackday with the Pistenclub. As a DMSB certified provider, we are at your disposal with many years of experience in motorsports — Further information...
The Spa-Francorchamps circuit safety has tightened its security requirements since August 2018. From now on, driving on the track is only permitted with long clothes covering your arms and legs. So no short-sleeved T-shirts and no shorts like shorts and Bermudas.
You can also find information about recommended clothing in our Trackday 101. Please understand that we have no control over this decision and are encouraged to support the control of the track
An important information for the participants of our upcoming trackdays in Dijon: Since 2016, anti-pollution zones have been introduced in a rising number of French cities, which you are only allowed to pass if your vehicle complies with the emissions regulations and if you have applied for an appropriate environmental badge in advance. If you are about to drive through a anti-pollution zone on your way to Dijon – or you are connecting the trackday with a city trip – you should apply for a badge online. Here you will find all the latest information on the low-emission zones in France.
Our previous "one-man editorial" Dirk Weidner has invested a lot of energy in our club magazine "Inside" in recent years and has given us so many great issues. Apart from the cost of recording the magazine alone, the handling of the usual tools costs a lot of time and nerves, especially if you do not work every day. In order to counteract this, we will immediately turn to the know-how of experienced journalists and graphic designers at the Rheinische Post to make your club magazine even more professional, more beautiful and informative.