Do you have what it takes to be a racing driver?
If you're keen to find out whether you've got what it takes to be a racing driver or you want to try out your car or bike on a racetrack, off the normal roads, the Hockenheimring Grand Prix circuit is ready and waiting. But safety takes priority: No racing is allowed. Safety zones, gravel beds, crash barriers that go down to the ground and stacks of tires offer maximum protection in case of an accident. Cars and motorbikes drive alternately in separate groups with a maximum of 40 vehicles.
|Dates tourist rides 2018|
From 7:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. no vehicles are allowed that exceed 90dB.
Please take note of the general conditions and rules to participate at the tourist rides here.
- Entry to the Motodrom per person: free
- Advance sale - charge for 15 minutes drive per vehicle: 18,00 €
- Box office - charge for 15 minutes drive per vehicle: € 20,00
Creating photographic, film and audio recordings at Hockenheimring Baden-Württemberg is only permitted for private, non-commercial or journalistic purposes. Any kind of commercial or promotional use of such video and audio material is not permitted and requires written approval by Hockenheim-Ring GmbH. Violation of this requirement may result in damage claims being presented by Hockenheim-Ring GmbH. The domestic rights of Hockenheim-Ring GmbH apply.
In general, photography and filming is only permitted from the stands and, in the case of designated events, also in the paddock. People located in the inner area of the race track who are not in possession of a valid employee ID card, accreditation certificate or written consent by Hockenheim-Ring GmbH (e.g. media platforms and restricted zones) will be sent away from the area and shall bear the legal consequences thereof.
Or would you like to give a friend or colleague an opportunity to do a few quick laps of the Hockenheimring? Gift vouchers are available via phone +49 (0)6205 - 950 6005 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone: +49 (0) 6205 / 950 222