The German Grand Prix, located in Hockenheim, provides one of the best purpose-built F1 events on the calendar. With every grandstand offering sublime views of the track, spectators are guaranteed an action filled weekend.
To help you decide which ticket to choose, we’ve provided some further information on where to sit for the duration of the Grand Prix.
This is the Main Grandstand, and so offers some of the most spectacular views of the circuit. Located on the start/finish straight and opposite the pit lanes, ticket holders are guaranteed some great views of the drivers preparing for the race, and some high speed driving as they pass through.
The Südtribüne Grandstand provides excellent viewing of both the start/finish straight, and the final corner of the circuit. Located in the last corner before the main straight, ticket holders to this Grandstand will be able to see drivers as they finish, as well as some action-packed turns on the circuit. This elevated Grandstand offers some of the best views of the track.
The Nordtribune stand offers some great views of various aspects of the track, including the start/finish straight, the first corner, and some behind-the-scenes viewing of the pit lanes opposite the track. For covered seating, opt for tickets in the upper stands here.
Located on the inside edge of the Motordrom, spectators seated here will have excellent views of the straight in front of the grandstand, as well as the final corner of the circuit.
Spitzkehre 1 grandstand provides viewing for general admission ticketholders, providing a great value for money service by including big screens for spectators to watch the action on the track unfold.