The Nürburgring race track with its world-famous Nordschleife is also affectionately known by its fans as the "Green Hell".
With its 4.5-kilometre Grand Prix circuit and 20.8-kilometre Nordschleife, the Nürburgring is the longest permanent race track in the world. The circuit, which was officially opened in 1927, was an integral part of Formula 1, the top class of motor sport, for decades. Currently, the circuit in the Eifel is home to the DTM, GT Masters and VLN racing series, as well as being the venue for the 24-hour race and other high-class motorsport events.
For racing drivers, the Nordschleife is the measure of all things. In addition, the notorious and extremely changeable Eifel weather with heavy rain, fog or snow makes the race more difficult. Formula 1 legend Jackie Stewart was so impressed by the track that he christened it the "Green Hell".
A special fan and sponsor collection has therefore been dedicated to this legendary race track, which includes everything a fan's heart desires, from clothing to accessories.