D this time there are 5 good reasons for the GP Germany live to see. With Sebastian Vettel, Nico Rosberg, Nico Hülkenberg and Pascal Wehrlein there are 4 German drivers at the start. And with Mercedes the world championship team. The highlight will be the duel between Ferrari star Vettel and the Silver Arrows. All the signs indicate that this time things will be closer than last year.
Formula 1 3-day tickets in Hockenheim for 139 euros
And this time there is Formula 1 fun also for the smaller budget. The deadline for the 99 euro tickets already expired on December 31, 2015, but in addition to the standard tickets for 169 to 389 euros on Sundays and 189 to 519 euros on the weekend, you can still experience Formula 1 live at low prices.
Schlager are the family-friendly tickets for 119 euros on Sunday and 139 euros for the entire weekend. This brings you to the inner grandstand between the Motodrom entrance and the Sachskurve. Children up to 6 years have free entry. Young people under 16 years of age pay only 45 euros on Sunday and 50 euros on all 3 days on each tier with the exception of the upper seats in the south stand.
Free seating on Friday
As at the last Formula 1 appearance in Hockenheim in 2014, visitors can see the racing action from several perspectives. On Friday, ticket holders are allowed to use all open grandstands and the standing areas at the Parabolika and the hairpin.
The high-speed passage and the best overtaking point on the entire course are also freely accessible on Saturday and Sunday. If you want, you can commute back and forth between the Motodrom and the rear section of the track.
The tickets can be booked on the hotline + 49-6205-950222. You can find detailed information on the price structure and location of the grandstands in the >> official Hockenheimring price list .
Sebastian Vettel is already looking forward to the first Ferrari race in front of domestic fans: 'It is of course a very special honor for a driver in the To drive my own country, so of course I would have been very happy to be able to start with Ferrari in Hockenheim in the first year, but since we're in Hockenheim this year, the anticipation is greater than thatMourning the failed Grand Prix. '