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Nurburgring ISNT cheap!!!

Discussion in 'Automotive Discussion' started by Marc_CRX, May 30, 2007.

  1. Marc_CRX

    Marc_CRX Tail End Out!!

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    14 Euro's a go eh? what happens if you stuff the car? well this is the basic amount of loose change you would have to carry with you incase you stuff your car into a wall!

    Fee for attendance of armco truck: €150
    Removing damaged armco: €10/metre (x2 or x3 or x4 for multiple-height sections)
    Replacement armco: €31/metre (x2 or x3 for double/triple height)
    Removing damaged armco posts: €5.10 each
    Replacing armco post: €39 each
    Safety car attendance: €82 per 30 mins (car + 2 people)
    Circuit closure: €1,350 per hour
    Recovery truck: €175
     
  2. Nodz86

    Nodz86 ____________

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    Thats alot of money.

    Your forgot to put the cost to get towed back to the U.K. from Germany or repair cost to your car if its repairable.
     
  3. Glanzarog

    Glanzarog Dumpster Boy

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    Just take her handy! :wtf:
     
  4. FA430RGT

    FA430RGT Hoods and Alley-ways..

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    Thats plain crazy.. Thanks for the info Marc thats pretty unbelievable ..
     
  5. Who

    Who It's not a tumor.

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    step 1: abandon car
    step 2: jump barrier
    step 3:hide in woods (years if neccassary :p)

    imagine if it was a crash with another car then, considering the kind of cars that go around, crashing a cheap and cheerful like a mini cooper into a 599... well, you got a fair bit of an insurance job there!

    add to the list:

    €150,000+ (if crash with supercar!)
     
  6. mclaren8080

    mclaren8080 New Member

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    any one know how to convert euros to american dollers. like _____ amount of euros to ______ amount of dollers
    im confused here
     
  7. Hammy

    Hammy DoUcHe BaG

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    www.xe.com for conversions :p

    im planning on going there next year, duno if i wanna now lol
     
  8. Mb

    Mb The Photographer

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  9. Hammy

    Hammy DoUcHe BaG

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    im waiting till i get a new car :p wouldnt be much fun in a 1.2 clio, although i could take my mams S3 id rather wait and take my own new car :p
     
  10. mclaren8080

    mclaren8080 New Member

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    thanks for that wbsite
     
  11. Baxie

    Baxie I am the passenger....

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    Hell some people die down there. That's the ultimate price.

    Guy I saw last I was there crashed his bike and it closed the circuit for close to an hour. Dude died later on the hospital.
     
  12. mclaren8080

    mclaren8080 New Member

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    how mwnay people die here a year on average
     
  13. Baxie

    Baxie I am the passenger....

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    Can't say for sure.

    But each year some do.
     
  14. FA430RGT

    FA430RGT Hoods and Alley-ways..

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    My uncle knew someone (who I met once) who died about 2 years ago in a crash whilst being driven in a Ferrari F360 with a friend.. Remember him telling me how his car was included in some really flashy Ferrari History book:( Quite sad..
     
  15. Wensleydale

    Wensleydale Rookie

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    The record amount of damage was about 15,000 euros which was done by a porsche.

    And youll find that sindicates play by big boys rules eg. you wreck the car you buy a new one.
     
  16. mclaren8080

    mclaren8080 New Member

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    ah, i see
     
  17. The Queen

    The Queen <3 Ferrari F50

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    14 euro's isn't actually that bad for just taking your car round once or twice imo. But when i look at the prices if you crash etc.. it's a whole different story :D
     
  18. cocoki700

    cocoki700 Speed Demon

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  19. FA430RGT

    FA430RGT Hoods and Alley-ways..

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    Thats Quite a weird crash.. It looks like really bad understeer or maybe he just lost it at the end of teh turn because of too much throttle?
     
  20. Nodz86

    Nodz86 ____________

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