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Old 20-12-2019, 12:26 PM
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Ring dates for next year have just been published,
I think the dates for the best Ring access will be from:

Friday 29/5/20 for a four night stay returning on Tuesday 2nd June

We will traveling via the Channel tunnel.

Eurotunnel fare at the moment is £138.

Departure 29/5/20 @ 07.50.
Returning 3/6/20 at 17.20


Do not forget to book when going through the vehicle details section, "to say you are carrying bikes on the roof"



We are staying here:

http://www.hohe-acht.com/your-hotel-...-nordschleife/


The hotel also has space for us to store tyres tools etc. in a secure cellar.

I have provisionally booked 11 twin rooms and 5 single rooms,

The room rates this year for a twin room are 70 euros PRPN and 47 euros PRPN for a single occupied room, prices include breakfast.



If you are wanting to join us on this trip please put your name on the list.

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1: Ian and Steve.

2: Sean and Cheryl

3:leighton & Lisa

4:George & Ellie

5: 555_Si & Wagon_Jo - Twin room

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Channel Tunnel at the moment is the same price as last year..£132..

Dont forget
to say that you've got a roof box to go on the bottom wider deck on the train.
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I am unsure if I can make it but I really want to go again. Just have to see how things go in the next month or so.
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I am unsure if I can make it but I really want to go again. Just have to see how things go in the next month or so.
Hope you can make it! 😁

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1: Ian and Steve.

2: Sean and Cheryl

3: leighton & Lisa

4: George & Ellie

5: 555_Si & Wagon_Jo - Twin room

6: Granby

7: Nikkinokkinoo
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1: Ian and Steve.

2: Sean and Cheryl

3: leighton & Lisa

4: George & Ellie

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6: Granby

7: Nikkinokkinoo

8: Steve & Liz - Twin room

9: Mark +1 - Twin room
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Hi Ian

Is this to drive the circuit? If so how much is it to track your car?


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Is this to drive the circuit? If so how much is it to track your car?
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Our trip to the ring.

Is about like minded people out on a driving trip having fun in their cars.

We generally convoy down to the Nurburg area and stay in a hotel that is close to the Nurburgring.

Yes the ring is open to the public on the days that we are staying.

On the trip when the ring is open to the public it becomes a"Public Toll Road" which means your pay 30 euros go to the barrier and off you go on a site seeing trip, commonly known as a TF (touristenfahrten day)
its not a race track and should be treated as such.

Although most of the road is unrestricted as to how fast you go.

Its not all about the ring though the local area has some great scenery and some very nice driving roads.
Have a look at previous ring trip photos and vids it will give you an idea of what we get up to.

I hope this helps, if you have any questions please ask.
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Old 21-01-2020, 09:30 AM
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This year I am probably taking my Scoob, but probably not going on the Ring, as Ian says it is also about the company and the local surroundings.

Though if you have never been on the Ring before, worth at least getting a passenger lap if nothing else.
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You won’t regret going. Firstly a great bunch of like minded people. It’s such a laugh. The scenery and roads around the ring are incredible. When I went I only did a couple of laps and then thoroughly enjoyed watching from various points around the ring, beer in hand

The drive there and back is a big part of it too. I would say to anyone thinking of going, the SES ring trip is the one to go on. It’s brilliantly organised and great fun. I will for sure be going again, but due to young family, owning and expanding business and a love for LeMans (which is only a few weeks apart), it’s not been possible for the last few years for me. I’m doing LeMans again this year but next I think I’ll be joining this trip again.

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1: Ian and Steve.

2: Sean and Cheryl

3: leighton & Lisa

4: George & Ellie

5: 555_Si & Wagon_Jo - Twin room

6: Granby

7: Nikkinokkinoo

8: Steve & Liz - Twin room

9: Mark +1 - Twin room
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I'd love to join you for this one day, but haven't seen anywhere that says whether kids are allowed to be passengers round the ring? I suppose if it's considered a normal road there shouldn't be a restriction, but has anyone got the definitive answer??
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Old 24-01-2020, 11:36 AM
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I'd love to join you for this one day, but haven't seen anywhere that says whether kids are allowed to be passengers round the ring? I suppose if it's considered a normal road there shouldn't be a restriction, but has anyone got the definitive answer??
If children were not allowed they would tell you there are no signs saying no children.

On TF days its a public toll road open to any road going vehicle.

Children are definitely allowed

Obviously that is your choice.
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@Steve_PPP I think you've forgotten to put your name down

You know you want to!! 😏😁

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Kids are def allowed I’ve seen tf videos with small kids in cars so no problems
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Kids are def allowed Iíve seen tf videos with small kids in cars so no problems
So what are u waiting for??
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@Steve_PPP I think you've forgotten to put your name down

You know you want to!! 😏😁
You're right, I do
But it doesn't fit with Claire coming due to childcare/getting Ellie to school on the Mon/Tues so unless I work out a last minute plan with a passenger then i'll be missing it this year again....
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You're right, I do

But it doesn't fit with Claire coming due to childcare/getting Ellie to school on the Mon/Tues so unless I work out a last minute plan with a passenger then i'll be missing it this year again....
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1: Ian and Steve.

2: Sean and Cheryl

3: leighton & Lisa

4: George & Ellie

5: 555_Si & Wagon_Jo - Twin room

6: Granby

7: Nikkinokkinoo

8: Steve & Liz - Twin room

9: Mark +1 - Twin room

10: Mike

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Hopefully I can confirm this week to get the time off. ** Sorted

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Sorry guys, won’t be able to make this now. ��
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Sorry guys, wonít be able to make this now. ��
Nooooooooooo.

You must have a good reason to be absent..
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I've got a friend wot has an MX5 and just started doing track days etc - he's got interest in coming.
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1: Ian and Steve.

2: Sean and Cheryl

3: leighton & Lisa

4: George & Ellie

5: 555_Si & Wagon_Jo - Twin room

6: Granby

7: Nikkinokkinoo

8: Steve & Liz - Twin room

9: Mark +1 - Twin room

10: Nige

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1: Ian and Steve.

2: Sean and Cheryl

3: leighton & Lisa

4: George & Ellie

5: 555_Si & Wagon_Jo - Twin room

6: Granby

7: Nikkinokkinoo

8: Steve & Liz - Twin room

9: Mark +1 - Twin room

10: Nige

11: Ferd

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Twin Rooms

1: Ian and Steve.

2: Sean and Cheryl

3: leighton & Lisa

4: George & Ellie

5: 555_Si & Wagon_Jo - Twin room

6: Steve & Liz

7: Mark + 1

8: Nige +

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1:Granby

2: Nikkinokkinoo

3:Ferd

4: Mike J
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We met this lot years ago. Northern stig got his arse kicked by a super quick mini & he had done a 7.55 lap.
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Shame I can’t come this year but have a Ultra race on
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Twin Rooms

1: Ian and Steve.

2: Sean and Cheryl

3: leighton & Lisa

4: George & Ellie

5: 555_Si & Wagon_Jo - Twin room

6: Steve & Liz

7: Mark + 1

8: Nige + Skullfudge

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Ive been looking on various car forums and it would appear several others have the same idea to go at the same time as us.

This is probably due to the amount of time the ring is open..

So I would suggest your book Eurotunnel to be assured we all get on the same train.

Do not forget to book when going through the vehicle details section, "to say you are carrying bikes on the roof"


(Before you used to have the option of booking over 1.85m)

The price has also started to creep up it is now £136
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Why do you need to book the high clearance carriages? Unless you're running something stupidly low or extremely wide you'll get on the upper or lower decks of the standard carriages fine.
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Why do you need to book the high clearance carriages? Unless you're running something stupidly low or extremely wide you'll get on the upper or lower decks of the standard carriages fine.
My WR1 used to bottom out as did other newage scoobs on coilovers (due to the overhang distance from the front splitter to the tyres) the lower deck is a lot wider too, my megane is 10" wider than the scoob and it just makes it easier.

We have always done this.
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Is that based on your measurements or your wifes?
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I'm gonna pull out this year, just gonna give it a miss for one year and should be back next year

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Such a shame love your company & not to mention the sound of your car mate
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Agreed 100% 😥😥
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Agree about Granby, would have been even more special with 2 V8's at Ring.

I've just booked crossing (£142) so it's going up.
I did speak to them online as I want to stay with Mark on the single deck who will have the MGR on a trailer. They said not an issue subject to availability and to book high vehicle as Big E said " bikes on roof".

Having said that on my last trip with SES I was placed on the lower deck with no issues and my scoob is quite low on the front with a splitter aswell.

They do have spotters that check your height before directing you onto the train , incase anyone is worried and unable to get on the single deck?
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We still have some rooms available..

The Eurotunnel price is starting to increase which can mean space is limited on the train we are getting.


The trip is not all about driving the Ring,

the local roads, scenery and the atmosphere around the area is awesome.

The ring was on my bucket list Ive now ticked that box 12 times

If anyone has any questions please ask away..
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