Jaco’s Paddock Adds New Cars to Nurburgring Racing Rental Packages
By: Get News
December 21, 2015 at 08:17 AM EST
Barweiler, Germany – Jaco’s Paddock, which offers racing car rentals and racing experiences at the world-famous Nurburgring racing complex in Germany, announced today that it has added new cars to its lineup of racing rental packages. These include the 365 bhp BMW E46 M3 GTR. The company is run by “The Flying Dutchman” Jaco Velders, a former racing champion. Jaco’s Paddock enables individuals to hire a track-prepared car and drive the Nurburgring with an expert instructor. Guests can also ride the Nurburgring as a passenger if they don’t wish to drive themselves.
“For fans of Grand Prix racing, driving the Nurburgring is the experience of a lifetime,” said Velders. “Now, with the new cars, it’s getting even better. You will not believe the power you get behind the wheel of some of these customized BMWs.”
Packages include 200km of driving per day and technical support. Custom packages are available as well upon request. Cars are expertly built by Jaco’s Paddock and come loaded with the latest safety equipment and top specifications. All cars are inspected for safety before use. The company features its popular Dutch orange BMW race cars, ranging from the 325i to the M3 GTR. They all have “silverware” in their slipstreams. All of the BMWs come with Jaco’s secret suspension and wheel alignments setups – making them thrilling and easy to drive incredible quickly.
The new BMW E46 M3 GTR puts out 365bhp. It is a 1405 kg SP6 class, GTR-spec BMW. “Not for the faint of heart,” Velders added. “Hire this, race this and you will have lived the dream.” The car features a capacity of 3,245 cc, a KW competition chassis and 240-630-18 tires. It rents for €1,995 per day.
The packages offer drivers the opportunity to prove their paces regularly in the thrilling and highly competitive Veranstaltergemeinschaft Langstreckenpokal Nurburgring (VLN) race Series, its ‘feeder’ Rundstrecken Challenge Nurburgring (RCN) series and further afield in the superb Hankook Tourenwagen Cup.
Nurburgring is a motorsports complex located in the village of Nürburg, Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany. It features a Grand Prix race track built in 1984 as well as older tracks dating back to the 1920s. It is one of the most celebrated racing venues in the world.
For more information, visit www.jacos-paddock.co.uk