Contactless Driving Days Begin at Nurburgring Track

Contactless Driving Days Begin at Nurburgring Track

The Nurburgring race track in Germany closed visitor acceptance as part of corona virus outbreak measures. Last week, another name for the Nürburgring track, the green hell track again for visitor rides. it was decided to open. On April 30, contactless driving days began at the Nurburgring circuit. But in green hell, there are some rules and precautions taken by runway officials that speed enthusiasts who want to attend contactless driving days should follow.

So what measures have been taken?

Tickets will only be sold online instead of face-to-face sales. In addition, visitors will not be allowed to leave their vehicles in any way. Only toilets, which are located near the entrance of the track and that will be frequently disinfected, can be used. Maximum 2 people can be inside the visitor vehicles. The car park located in the area near the entrance of the track will be closed to prevent people from gathering. In addition, runway workers will serve with disposable masks and gloves.

Despite these strict measures taken according to images shared on social media, participation seems to be quite high.

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