The 50th Oldtimer-Grand-Prix inspires again this year with over 30 top-class qualification and racing runs on three days. Drivers and racing teams can read here which tender has to be considered for the respective class.
Are you still looking for specific information about participating in the races?
Race on the GP track
|OGP Nennung 2023||372 kB|
|OGP Nennung 2023 – TW Golden Ära 2023 und DRM||484 kB|
|Anmeldung Test- und Einstellfahrten||1 MB|
|Nennung Rennläufe||479 kB|
|Nennung Vintage Sport Car Trophy 2022||305 kB|
|SLOWLY Sideways – Enthaftung||134 kB|
|SLOWLY Sideways – Nennung||485 kB|
Here you will shortly find the bulletins for the tenders for the Oldtimer-Grand-Prix.
At the 50th Oldtimer-Grand-Prix, the vehicles built between 1920 and 1950 traditionally meet in the historic paddock from the opening year of the Eifel race track in 1927. Early year Veritas, Healey-Silverstones and Allards are also welcome to register.
Extended driving times on the legendary Nordschleife and the Grand Prix circuit including a paddock in the old paddock and catering are the complete package for participating in the Vintage Nürburgring from August 11th to 13th, 2023. A GLP (regularity test) in evaluation is not driven, a license / race card is not required. You can download the detailed announcement with entry form here.
Directions & paddock plan
Recommended journeys by car
From the direction of Cologne: A1 to the end of the autobahn
From the direction of Trier or Luxembourg: A48 to the Ulmen motorway exit
From the direction of Koblenz or Bonn: A61 to the Wehr motorway exit
At events, you will be guided accordingly on site depending on the traffic situation in order to get to the Nürburgring as quickly as possible. Please note the traffic announcements from Radio Nürburgring (VHF 87.7) and Radio RPR (VHF 103.5) when you arrive.