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Then, in November, the bulldozers moved in, tearing down the pits and Nordkehre, in order to create a new connecting section from Hohenrain to allow the Nordschliefe to function independently during the season.
A new grandstand overlooked this section and housed rudimentary pit and paddock facilities. Greater run-off areas were also created at corners like Aremberg and Brünnchen and further easing of the bumps and jumps at several corners were made and bushes and hedges lining parts of the circuit were replaced with Armco and grass.
As the year unfolded the new Grand Prix circuit gradually began to emerge as racing continued on the slightly truncated original course.
During the km, Stefan Bellof set a competition record on the Nordschleife unmatched to this day, lapping his Porsche in an incredible After less than two years construction, the new Grand Prix circuit was inaugurated on 12 May , a then relatively-unknown Ayrton Senna beating a host of Formula One drivers in a special race of lightly-modified Mercedes saloon cars.
Those attending the opening found the new circuit unpalatably sterile in relation to its older neighbour, but such comparisons were always likely to be unfavourable.
It was safe, provided good viewing facilities for spectators and produced decently good racing; in essence it fulfilled its brief to the full and provided a template for all circuits that followed.
Two visits from Formula One in and '85 proved a slightly false dawn, with the German GP returning to Hockenheim in Nevertheless, the circuit firmly re-established its international credentials, hosting a full calender of two and four-wheeled events.
The long distance GT and touring car races continued on the Nordschleife, as did the 24 Hours, incorporating the new Grand Prix loop at its southern end.
When not entertaining racing or testing, the Nordschleife continued in use as a tourist road — just as it had from its earliest days — but perhaps because of the relative blandness of the new course, it gained even more popularity among the public.
In , the first modification of the new circuit took place, when a link road just to the south of the Kurzanbindung created the Mullenbachschleife, named after the nearby town.
It was used for only testing and smaller club events only, due to the lack of pits and paddock facilities.
A new, tighter, Veedol chicane was installed ahead of the race, though the original also remained in use for motorcycle racing and during the VLN and 24 Hour races.
Improvements continued in , this time on the Nordschliefe, with the creation of the Grüne Hölle Green Hell visitors complex on the Döttinger-Höhe straight.
This included a restaurant and car park and provides access to the Nordschleife on tourist days, via ticket barriers, meaning a complete lap at full speed is not now possible on such occasions.
Drivers interested in lap times often time themselves from the first bridge after the barriers to the last gantry before the exit aka Bridge-to-Gantry or BTG time but this practice is not encouraged and likely to a reprimand from police in the event of a collision not to mention likely invalidation of insurance.
You have been warned! Then, in , the most significant changes were made since the creation of the GP circuit, with the addition of the Mercedes Arena, almost inevitably designed by Hermann Tilke.
The following year, the F1 chicane was revised, to a Z-shaped configuration suggested by Michael Schumacher and paid for thanks to the German star donating his time for free at a special spectator day.
It was not a popular change among his F1 compatriots. While no further changes have been made to the track, saw the completion of a controversial scheme to incorporate a leisure park and shopping centre into the facilities behind the main grandstand.
Visitor numbers at the complex have been far below those projected, with the huge complex often resembling a ghost town. A high-speed roller coaster stands forlornly as a symbol of all that has gone wrong at the circuit, having never taken a paying passenger after health and safety concerns following two crashes in testing forced its closure soon after completion.
Instead of pulling the plug, the regional government rented the park — including both race tracks — back to the same privateers who were driving forces behind the leisure park's initial private setup, Kai Richter and Jörg Lindner.
The pair continued to run the park — dubbed Nüro-Disney by locals — with increasingly odd non-motorsport events to try and pull in the punters.
Inevitably, visitors were more interested in motorsport and the track beyond then high-end boutiques and, in February , the contract was cancelled and the government took control.
By the end of , the government declared the circuit bankruptcy and the administrators put up the for sale signs in The purchase price includes the boulevard, hotels, Grand Prix track, the physical land and the Nordschleife.
Düsseldorf-based automotive supplier Capricorn already have a presence within the facility, where it makes a variety of engine components and has more than employees, of whom work at a factory at the Nürburgring.
Capricorn have pledged to invest 25 million Euros once it assumes ownership, announcing it will continue to host racing, tourist days and operation of the hotel.
In the meantime, the administrators continue to operate the circuit as a going concern. For those interested in the future of the circuit, the 'Save the Ring' campaign group is still active in campaigning to safeguard the Nürburgring's future — see their website for more details and show your support by the displaying the STR logo.
A sad footnote is the tragic death of a spectator at the Flugplatz section of the Nordschliefe during the first VLN race of the season.
For reasons which are still being investigated, the Nissan GTR GT3 of Jann Mardenborough became airborne as it crested the hill and somersaulted into a spectator area.
One spectator was succumbed to their injuries a short time later and a number of others were injured. A full investigation will follow, which will look at what changes may be necessary in order to allow the classes to operate again on the circuit.
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