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Adenauer Racing Day: A small town becomes a horsepower catwalk

Stefan Baldauf /Robert Kah
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W he lives at the Nürburgring, he lives at the Nürburgring . And when the racing cars roll through the streets in the small town of Adenau once a year, then there is a state of emergency. The parade through the city center not only pulls the residents of the little Eifel village onto the streets, but is also part of the compulsory program for fans who have pitched their tents around the Nordschleife since the beginning of the week. The preparations began a few days ago when the Eifelaner painted the curbs in white and red to create a bit of a racing atmosphere.

Adenauer Racing Day attracts fans

What makes the Adenauer Racing Day so special? Not only are the racing cars close enough to touch, but also the drivers and team members. They will be presented on the stage, answer the fans' questions and sign numerous autographs.

This year's edition of Adenauer Racing Day turned into a big party. After all, one was exceptionally lucky with the weather in the Eifel. The arrival of the racing cars was celebrated with summer temperatures of around 20 degrees. We have captured the best impressions in our picture gallery.


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