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      05-04-2009, 04:27 PM   #16
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The police still have control and will give you tickets for passing on the right, avoiding the speed limits where they exist (they do exist) and being wreckless.
At times of public access, the Nürburgring is considered a public road. Traffic laws apply e.g. no passing on the right, no tailgating. However, because the track is consistently more than 12 meters wide, there are no speed limits whatsoever and there is no police on site to check non-existent speed limits.

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The Nurgburgring is basically a public road, there is no liability if you crash you're responsible just like if you crashed on a public road.
As required by German law, any vehicle with German registration has to be insured. Therefore, you have coverage on any public road. Because the Nürburgring is a public road at times of access, insurance coverage applies.
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