Carrie Schreiner at Red Bull Formula Nürburgring

The anticipation is rising, because on 9th September 2023 the legendary Nürburgring race track will be transformed into a festival for motorsport fans. More than 30,000 enthusiastic spectators will watch the breath-taking show runs of motorsport stars like Sebastian Vettel and Yuki Tsunoda. Now the driver field is complete. Carrie Schreiner, one of Germany's most promising female race drivers, has confirmed her participation. The injured Daniel Ricciardo will be replaced by F1 driver David Coulthard. The father of F1 champion Max Verstappen, Jos Verstappen, will also come to the Nordschleife. For further information on the 4-hour Red Bull Formula Nürburgring motorsport programme please check

It will be a superlative motorsport festival for the fans at the legendary Nürburgring on 9th September. After F1 stars like Sebastian Vettel, Yuki Tsunoda and Formula 1 legends Ralf Schumacher, Mathias Lauda and Gerhard Berger have already confirmed their participation, the driver field is now complete. Due to his fractured metacarpal, the Australian Daniel Ricciardo unfortunately cannot take part in the event. Scottish F1 driver David Coulthard is filling in for him at short notice. Carrie Schreiner, one of Germany's most promising female racing drivers, has confirmed her participation and complements the prominent line-up. The young woman from the Saarland is the first German driver in the F1 Academy and will even impress the audience on the legendary Nordschleife twice: at Red Bull Formula in her Formula 4 car and at the 12-hour race in a BMW M4 GT3. In addition, Jos Verstappen, the father of the current F1 champion Max Verstappen, will be driving a Ford Supervan 4.2 around the Müllenbachschleife - an absolute performance beast with over 1,400 hp that has already been used in the Pikes-Peak-hill climbing.

"This will be a brilliant event for all motorsport fans and the feeling of driving on the legendary Nürburgring is simply incredible," says a happy Carrie Schreiner.

The 4-hour motorsport programme promises a varied spectacle that will make the fans' hearts beat faster. In addition to the F1 stars, legends and stunt drivers already announced, spectators can look forward to a BMW driver line-up featuring Jens Klingmann (BMW M3 E30), Philipp Eng (BMW Z4 GT3), Leopold Prinz von Bayern (BMW M1 Pro Car) and Markus Flasch (BMW V12 LMR). The group of GT cars is completed by Bernhard Auinger (Porsche GT2 Clubsport RS), Patrick Friesacher (Toyota Nascar) and one of Germany's best-known horsepower influencers Gercollector (McLaren Senna).

Here is an overview of the complete driver field:
Gerhard Berger – Ferrari F1-412 T2
Ralf Schumacher – Williams FW25-07
Mathias Lauda – Ferrari 312 B3-74
Jens Klingmann – BMW M3 E30
Philipp Eng – BMW Z4 GT3
Leopold Prinz von Bayern – BMW M1 Pro Car
Markus Flasch – BMW V12 LMR
Yuki Tsunoda – Honda NSX GT3
Bernhard Auinger – Porsche 911 GT2 RS Clubsport
Patrick Friesacher – Toyota Nascar
Gercollector – McLaren Senna
Red Bull Drift Brothers – BMW M4 G82
Luc Ackermann – KTM SX-450 FMX
Aras Gibieža – KTM 890 Duke
Adrian Guggemos – Gasgas TXT GP 300
Carrie Schreiner – Formel 4 Tatuus
Jos Verstappen – Ford Supervan 4.2
Sebastian Vettel – RB7