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post #1 of 10 Old 22nd March 2008, 02:38 PM Thread Starter
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post #2 of 10 Old 26th March 2008, 05:18 PM
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Today on the 26th of March 16.10 European Time. Snow on the surrounding fields. The Ring looks wet, cold and lonely.

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June 10th, 2008: 20:46 Local time: Lonely Mazda track stewart van sitting in lanes. Another lonely track time....
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next time I am in Germany (the last time I was a kid), or in Switzerland or France I will definitely rent a car and drive a couple laps! what an amazing track
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next time I am in Germany (the last time I was a kid), or in Switzerland or France I will definitely rent a car and drive a couple laps! what an amazing track
I am pretty sure that ,, rental cars are not allowed to drive on the Nürburgring Nordschleife Touristfahren

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Can‘t wait when my season will start on the ring.
First time is eastern.
My M5 tracktool will be ready in April.



It is not allowed to drive on the ring with a rental car.
Not from the ring side, but from the car rental companies.

You can rent a track tool from some companies near the ring.
New Renault Clio Sport, M3 E92 for example....
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For professional coaching on the Ring refer to our service. Our instructors have racing experience and will guide you arround the trach fast and safely. Oliver Grams driver training
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What a crazy track! I took my R1 around there for a few laps and it was the scariest experience EVER! It's like being in a video game. All the high performance bikes and car flying around, many crashes and then you have the average and less than average cars Sunday driving around it too! INSANE but so much fun lol. If you haven't done the ring, do it!
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What a crazy track! I took my R1 around there for a few laps and it was the scariest experience EVER! It's like being in a video game. All the high performance bikes and car flying around, many crashes and then you have the average and less than average cars Sunday driving around it too! INSANE but so much fun lol. If you haven't done the ring, do it!
Sounds like a typical day on the LIE, just had to whip an Evo and a retarded MDX into shape on my way back from the airport.

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