In an effort to promote the Nürburgring Driving Academy, Chief Instructor Andy Gülden has taken a Nürburgring formula race car out on the snowy Nürburgring Nordschleife and Grand Prix track in temperatures of -16C (3.2F).

The Nürburgring is not doing so well at the moment as the famous Germany race circuit is embroiled in a legal dispute between its owner, the Rhineland-Palatinate state government, and the current operators. With accusations of mismanagement and fraud, the Nüburgring has been sucked dry of its revenue. But recently the Rhineland-Palatinate state revoked the operator's lease and now talks of new venues such as an annual formula 1 race, which currently alternates with Hockenheim every year, is currently being negotiated.

Regardless of the politics, Andy Gülden, the Chief Instructor of the Nürburgring Driving Academy, wants your attention. In an effort to promote the Nürburgring Driving Academy, he has taken a Nürburgring formula race car out on the snowy Nürburgring Nordschleife and Grand Prix track in temperatures of -16C (3.2F). Gülden promises "fun, adrenaline kicks and big emotions" either as a co-pilot or driver. The Nürburgring Driving Academy offers driver trainings and driving experiences for everyone.

Gülden ends the video with the caption, "Looking forward to see you in the Green Hell." Looks more like White Hell to us.

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