In addition to MotoGP, there will also be Moto2 and Moto3 races. The Sachsenring has traditionally hosted the Red Bull MotoGP Rookies Cup, but this race is yet to be confirmed.
Drivers and team members also attend some parts of the accompanying programme. You will have the best chance to meet them in the fan zones. The full MotoGP weekend programme can be found here.
Always try to leave early, especially on Sundays. Expect queues at the arrivals and entrances. The race weekend programme can be found here.
Motorsport is very noisy, but earplugs are not mandatory. However, it is recommended that you have them with you. If you are going to the circuit with children, always provide them with hearing protection!
Yes, in a reasonable amount that you can consume. Anybeverage must be in an unbreakable container, so glass bottles, in particular, are prohibited. Cooking and barbecuing are not allowed on the circuit.
Feel free to bring flags, banners and other items to support your favourite rider. However, ensure that your equipment does not obstruct the view of other spectators. Flags and banners must not exceed 1.6 m in length and 2 m in diameter. Pyrotechnics are not allowed on the circuit.
You can take a camping chair to the natural grandstand, but tents, including beach shelters, are not allowed.
Yes, it’s possible. But it’s important that you have it saved on your phone and don’t rely on, for example, retrieving it from an email. Mobile signal and data services may be down during the weekend. In general, however, we recommend that you print your ticket.
You can find the zone you can access directly on your ticket. A ticket with a seat in the grandstand is always only valid for a specific seat.
Yes, most vendors on the circuit accept cash and credit cards.
Yes, but you can only take photos for personal and non-commercial purposes. Professional cameras and especially video cameras, are prohibited. All types of drones are prohibited. Using a drone can be considered a criminal offence by the local police!
No, pets are not allowed on Sachsenring.
Yes, the circuit has complete coverage, but, especially on Sundays, the network can become overloaded. So don’t rely on your mobile phone and data services
Yes, the shuttle leaves from parking lot P12 and is free of charge.
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