Spring adventure: a daredevil spin on the Nürburgring
Germany’s hilly Eifel region, close to the Belgian border, is the home of one of Europe's most famous motor-racing circuits, the Nürburgring. The original, infamous, challengingly-sinuous 13 mile Nordschleife circuit (left) was christened 'Green Hell' in the days when it was still used, but today there’s a shorter and safer Grand Prix track for top motorsport events. Meanwhile the Nordschleife is open to all, to drive around in your own car - if you dare. If you don’t want to risk it or run the indignity of being overtaken by sports car lunatics, then take a RingTaxi, and be driven around at great speed by a professional. If, on the other hand, you yourself are one of those
lunatics, then the Grand Prix track is also open for self-drives on a selection of dates.