Here you can find answers to some of the frequently asked questions about the Hockenheimring. If you have any further questions, do not hesitate to contact us, E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Can I drive round the Hockenheimring in my own car?
Yes, you're more than welcome! More information here.
Can I take a ride in a racing car? Or can I drive a racing car myself?
Yes you can. More information here.
When is the next event?
You can find our latest calendar of events here.
For which days is a weekend ticket valid?
Unless stated in the order form, a weekend ticket is valid for three days, from Friday to Sunday.
Where can I camp at the Hockenheimring and how much does it cost?
At big events, we offer camping facilities right by the racetrack. More information here.
How can I order VIP services?
More information here.
If I book several tickets will I be sitting next to my friends?
If you order several tickets at the same time on one invoice, the seats will always be next to one another. But if that's not possible shortly before the race, we will let you know beforehand and you can decide whether you would prefer to sit in another stand. To book tickets, click here.
Can I reserve specific seats?
Certainly. Please make a note of where you would like to sit when you make your booking. We will do everything we can to comply with your wishes, but cannot guarantee it. To book tickets, click here.
Can I reserve additional tickets later?
As long as your initial order has not been processed, this is no problem. When you submit your booking for more tickets, please let us know the date of your original order. The tickets will then be issued together (in other words, you will sit next to each other) and despatched together (only one postal charge). To book tickets, click here.
Is there a discount if I order several tickets?
Unfortunately, we cannot give any discount for multiple bookings. Nevertheless, it is still worthwhile because you sit together and have only one lot of postal charges. To book tickets, click here.
What's the best way to get to the Hockenheimring?
Directions to the circuit can be found here.
Are there any discounts for wheelchair spectators?
Wheelchair and disabled spectators with a relevant ID card (B) have free entrance and the accompanying person pays the full entrance charge. However, only one numbered seat can be guaranteed. When booking, please state the exact number of persons in your group. If you send us a photocopy of the disabled ID card, you can apply for a separate parking space.
Where can I stay in Hockenheim?
The Hotel am Motodrom is integrated in the main stand of the Hockenheimring, directly on the start/ finishing straight. Lists of other accommodation can be found at www.hockenheim.de, tourism.