Where is the German Grand Prix?
Germany’s Grand Prix event is hosted in Hockenheim, situated in the Rhine Valley.
How long is the circuit?
The Hockenheim ring is 4.57km (2.84mi)
Is there parking onsite?
The circuit provide good road access to those wanting to drive, with free parking in the surrounding area. For alternative travel options to the event, check out our travel guide.
What is the nearest airport?
The closest airport to the circuit is Manheim City Airport, which is located approximately 20km from the Hockenheim circuit.
What accommodation options are there for the event?
There are several accommodation options available for spectators to enjoy the Hockenheim Grand
Prix, including camping on-site. The surrounding town of Hockenheim, Manheim and Frankfurt,
which is located further away, provide an excellent range of hotel options to suit all budgets – see our accommodation guide for more information.
Where is best to sit?
The German Grand Prix has no shortage of quality Grandstand seating offering spectacular vantage
points of various parts of the circuit. For more in-depth information on what view each Grandstand offers, check out our ‘where to sit’ guide here.
Will there be food and drink available to purchase?
The Hockenheim ring has excellent facilities that are consistently maintained to a high standard, with a wide variety of food and drink stalls available for spectators to purchase refreshments throughout the duration of the race.
What is the weather typically like?
The weather can be fairly unpredictable in Germany, so spectators should prepare for all climates. To guarantee a rain-free viewing experience, opt for a covered Grandstand.
What currency will I need?
Germany’s accepted currency is the Euro.