The German Grand Prix will be held at Hockenheimring.
Tickets are on sale from a number of resellers with prices starting from £102 for the inner grandstand. Book early to get the best price tickets as these will sell out first.
There’s no general admission tickets on sale but you do have a choice of open or covered grandstand. Tickets are available for individual days or you can book a 3 day pass. Children up to and including 6 years of age can enter for free and access grandstands if they are not occupying a seat.
German Grand Prix
Hockenheimring first held the German Grand Prix in 1970 and has been held there on 34 occasions. The race was due to be held at Nürburgring GP-Strecke in 2015 but was cancelled as they were unable to host the event.
The hockenheimring circuit is located in the Rhine Valley near the Hockenheim in Baden-Württemberg, Germany. The circuit was built in the woods in the 1930’s for motorcycle racing. In 1965 the track was updated with a new section called the Motodrom. The track was updated again with two chicanes in 1968 following a crash that killed Jim Clark. The first chicane was adapted to slow cars and a further chicane was added in 1982 following the death of Patrick Depailler.
The current track is 2.8 miles (4.6 kilometres) and includes 17 corners. The lap record is held by
Kimi Räikkönen of Finland who set the time of 1:13.78 in a McLaren in 2004.