If you want to experience historic racing and sports cars in action, the AvD-Oldtimer Grand Prix is unmissable.
Every year, this captivating event on the Nürburgring attracts thousands of classic car lovers to the Eifel region. And each time, the major draw is not just the nearly 600 competitors, battling for victory and a high ranking with their top-class vehicles in numerous races, but the attractive supporting programme. Fans of the Porsche brand know that at the AvD-Oldtimer Grand Prix, they will be greeted not just by the thrilling atmosphere of the race circuit, but also by a wealth of fascinating information about all things Porsche.
50 years of the Porsche 914 at the AvD-Oldtimer Grand Prix
From August 9 to 11, 2019, the Nürburgring will host the 47th AvD-Oldtimer Grand Prix. In keeping with tradition, Porsche will take part once again this year.
Porsche Classic will showcase its work on an area of 172,222 f² in the immediate vicinity of the race track.
The focus of this year’s exhibition is 50 years of the Porsche 914.
It was a secret that everybody knew about: Porsche was expected to present a brand new sports car at the International Motor Show (IAA) 1969. The vehicle was a second series below the 911, designed to capture a new group of customers. When the 914 was unveiled to the public for the first time on September 11, one thing became very clear: It was not just the technical elements of the new sports car that were extraordinary – the price was too. With the launch of the 914, Porsche became the first German manufacturer to offer a series-production mid-engine sports car. Created as part of a collaboration with Volkswagen, the new two-seater was also available as two variants: as a VW Porsche with a four-cylinder flat engine from Wolfsburg, or with a six-cylinder engine from the Porsche 911. Between 1969 and 1975, 115,631 units of the four-cylinder version of the 914 were built, making it one of the world’s best-selling sports cars. By contrast, the 914/6 was a lot more exclusive: With exactly 3,338 units produced, this version went on to achieve victories in various different racing events.
The specialists from Porsche Classic, who specialize in providing spare parts as well as restoring and repairing classic models, are looking forward to your visit.
They are on hand in the Porsche Classic exhibition tent to answer any questions on genuine parts, technical literature or repairing your vehicle.
Porsche Exclusive Manufaktur will present numerous customized vehicles from all model lines. In addition, the Porsche Exclusive Manufaktur customer advisors will offer consultation meetings regarding Porsche Exclusive enhancement options and the Porsche Tequipment range of accessories throughout the Oldtimer Grand Prix event.
The current collection will be displayed via the Porsche Driver’s Selection event truck. Selected items from the Porsche Museum and the Porsche Classic range of accessories will also be available.
Also on site: Employees from Porsche Deutschland and the Porsche Community Management. They are all available to talk to you and answer questions. In short, this is an opportunity to get to know all facets of Porsche.
The Porsche VIP package
Note: The VIP Packages from Porsche Classic are already sold out. Join the waiting list on this site.
These tickets provide access to all open grandstands at the race track and to the paddock.
Receive an exclusive gift from us when you buy a package.
Access to the Porsche VIP hospitality tent
Offering tried-and-tested catering the Porsche way. Opening times as follows:
Friday: 12:00 pm to 6:00 pm
Saturday: 9:00 am to 10:00 pm
Sunday: 9:00 am to 5:00 pm
Parking space for your Porsche
Enjoy the convenience of parking your Porsche on site. If you are not arriving in a Porsche, reserved parking is available outside the race track with good accessibility to the paddock.
The Oldtimer Grand Prix VIP package costs EUR 449 per person and EUR 399 for Porsche Club members. These prices include sales tax.
You can explore the highlights from the 46th AvD-Oldtimer Grand Prix 2018 here.