- The board game’s layout is typical Monopoly so isn’t in the shape of the track.
- Each “station” represents a well-known section of the ‘Ring.
- This is by far the least expensive, and safest, way to complete a lap of the Green Hell.
Most of us have played Monopoly at one point or another in our lives. Owning the Boardwalk is always a sign of shrewd real-estate knowledge and cunning financial knowhow. In the Nürburgring edition of the prominent game, you could become the proud keeper of the famed 210-degree left-hand corner known as the Carousel.
The goal of the game is to race about on the “Green Hell” and build grandstands at each section of the track you own. Like the houses and hotels in the original version of the game, the more tribunes you own, the more you can charge visitors who happen to land on your corner.
The game includes all the usual bits to play such as:
- 8 individual figures
- 28 ownership cards
- 16 community cards
- 16 event cards
- 1 set of Monopoly play money
- 32 white tribunes
- 12 red stadiums, 2 dice
The Monopoly “Nürburgring” sells for 44.95 Euros on the Nürburgring shop section of the website.