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    Hi,

    In the first quarter of 2013 I will be staying in Germany for a couple of months while taking some language courses. Since I am heading there I am really excited about doing some track days.

    My question is to those who have been there once and driven in some track days. Since I don't speak German search is very hard and I seek some guidance.

    Please share any info you have about, track-day organizers like ( Speed Ventures, Nasa, Extreme Speed etc...) and track-ready car rentals... in Germany. (even Europe)

    Any websites, forums, contact info will help me to get started.

    Thanks.

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    Maybe you already know this, but you can run the Nurburgring Nordischleif (sp) paying by the lap, and there are places that will rent you a race car to run it.
    The deposed former Sheriff of trackHQ . . .

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    Information in threads above is very similar to what I found so far, what I have planed is not only to lap the Ring but also visit some other circuits in Germany and Austria.

    For about 1,000 Euros you can get a full day with Lotus Elise or for 799 Euros on specific days and that is the best deal I have found so far. (not counting Suziki and other little FWD deals)

    I might in fact move to Germany, after graduation and I will know it for sure during my short stay in Germany.

    It is possible to buy caged, track-ready e30 or/ e36 (street- good condtion)for around 5,000 Euros... so why not!

    You and Sonny can visit me for
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    The current edition of Automobile Magazine has an aticle on arrive and drive tracking at the ring.

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