Germany’s legendary Nürburgring and Renault Sport go hand in hand. It was only in May that Laurent Hurgon set yet another world record of 7:40.100 minutes for a front-wheel drive car with the all-new Renault Megane R.S. Trophy-R on the challenging Nordschleife.
Now, the highly successful and popular R.S. Days comes to the Nürburgring to allow everyone a chance to drive the Grand Prix circuit in their own R.S. car.
An R.S. Track Time Package allows R.S. owners to enjoy the thrills of this historic track with two 20 minute sessions, one in the morning and one in the afternoon. That time can be shared with a friend with the Accompanying Companion package (one person max, who has no right to drive). And those without their own R.S. can still join in the fun, thanks to track access provided by the R.S. Discover Package.
All these packages include the chance to meet the R.S. team, take part in paddock tours and grid walks, relax in the Renault Sport Centre and visit the Renault Sport Village.
In the Renault Sport Club Village, there is the chance to meet other R.S. owners to swap tips and stories, and enjoy the day together. Owner/drivers can also display their own R.S., GT or GT-Line car in a special reserved area, then take part in an exclusive parade around the circuit.
In the heart of the paddock, the Renault Sport Centre pays tribute to all things Renault Sport. On display will be a Mégane R.S. Trophy-R, on the very track the car broke the record in May 2019 (before going on to set a new lap record at Spa Francorchamps in July), and Renault’s F1™ Showcar.
Elsewhere, you can enjoy a close-up look at the Mégane R.S. Trophy, Mégane R.S., Mégane Grandtour GT-Line, Clio R.S. Line and Talisman S-Edition.
Simulators will allow visitors to get behind the wheel of a number of virtual R.S. models and there’s the opportunity to test reaction times on the BATAK system, with great prizes for the contest winners.
Tickets can be booked here now – and free entry for under-16s means it’s a day the whole family can enjoy.