Formula 1 Grosser Preis Von Deutschland

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Overview

The German Grand Prix or the Grosser Preis Von Deutschland has been part of the Formula One calendar since 1951. The race, which traces its origins back to 1926, has been held in three different venues throughout its life; the Nürburgring in Rhineland-Palatinate, Hockenheimring in Baden-Württemberg and on odd occasion AVUS near Berlin.

The Hockenheimring Baden-Württemberg circuit in Hockenheim,where the race is now held, was originally built in 1939 as a high speed test track for Mercedes Benz who needed a venue to test for the Tripoli Grand Prix. It first became a part of the Formula One in 1970 when drivers refused to race on the Nurburgring track and from 1977 onward became regular home of the German Grand Prix. In 2002 the nature of the Hockenheimringwas drastically changed when it was extensively renovated. Having been one of the fastest circuits in Formula One it was transformed into a venue that required a less extreme set up. Despite arguments that it had lost some of its character the first race on the new circuit was deemed a great success and the venue has remained a regular feature on F1 calendar. The German Grand Prix is one of the most atmospheric races of the season with fans roaring with excitement being almost deafening at times!

Previous winners

Winner of German Grand Prix 2018:

  • Driver: Lewis Hamilton (Great Britain)
  • Constructor: Mercedes

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Venue

Hockenheimring

Am Motodrom, 68766 Hockenheim, Germany

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Ticket info


Tips

  • If spectators leave their assigned place or seat temporarily, they must obtain exit card/ wristband from one of the control points. Only original tickets together with an exit card/ wristband entitle the spectator to return to the area.
  • No replacement will be issued for lost or stolen tickets. The tickets cannot be returned. The ticket maintains its validity even if the event has to be rescheduled due to reasons the organizer/ promoter cannot be held responsible for. There is no claim to refund if the event is cancelled.
  • For information refer here.
  • For ticketing terms and conditions you may refer here

How to reach


General info

By Air:

  • As cooperation partner of the Hockenheim Ring GmbH and operator of the landing site the Hockenheimring Heli Transair European Air Services GmbH offers shuttle flights to F1.
  • For making an online request you may visit the HeliTransair website or you can connect on 01805-333 455th.
  • For more information refer here.

 

By Car:

  • Parking at the parking area of the Hockenheimring is free of charge. Stay is not permitted at the parking area.
  • Refer here for an overview and details on the parking area and parking.
  • Refer here for travel directions and other information.

Inside the venue


Food & Beverages:

  • There will be food and beverages available in and around the venue.

 

Inside the Venue:

Item

Allowed (Yes / No)

Comments

Animals (Service Animals)

No

 

Bags

Yes

Subject to checking

Beverages

Yes

Not in glass bottles

Cameras (Still Photography)

Yes

For major events at the Hockenheimring, photography from the grandstands using SLR cameras with zoom lenses exceeding 300 mm is prohibited.

You can find more photography and camera usage terms &conditions here.

Chairs

No

 

Containers

(Bottles, ice boxes, Aerosol)

No

 

Food/Baby Food

Yes

 

Fireworks

No

 

Tripods

No

Only allowed for accredited photographers

 

Specifications:
For more information refer to the Spectator Rules page.

 

Other Amenities:

  • Restrooms
  • ATMs
  • Assistance
  • First Aid
  • Shops

 

Activities:

  • There will be various activities like F1 Game Zone, autograph sessions, body painting, face painting etc.
  • Refer here for more details.

Venue details


  • Circuit Map
  • Capacity: 120,000
  • Length: 4.574 Km
  • Laps: 67

Schedule Timing


  • Friday 29 July 2016
    • Practice 1                          10:00 am to 11:30 am
    • Practice 2                          2:00 pm to 3:30 pm

 

  • Saturday 30 July 2016
    • Practice 3                          11:00 am to 12:00 pm
    • Qualifying                         2:00 pm to 3:00 pm

 

  • Sunday 31 July 2016
    • Race                                    2:00 pm

 

The schedule is subject to change.

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