German Grand Prix: VIP Tickets and Hospitality Packages - Hockenheimring
Constructed in 1932, Hockenheimring was originally designed to be a test track for Mercedes cars in preparation for the Tripoli Grand Prix. After some track modifications from the original 12km Triangular Track, or `Dreieckskurs`, in the 1960s, the first F1 race was held in 1970. It featured a dramatic finish, as Jochen Rindt drove his Lotus home, a nose in front of Jacky Ickx`s Ferrari. However, the circuit lacked character; it was basically a high-speed race through the forest, interrupted slightly by three chicanes, and was very hard on engines.
The race returned to Hockenheim in 1977, in response to the drivers not wishing to race at the Nurburgring, following Niki Lauder`s near fatal accident in 1976. Lauder, ironically enough, won the 1977 race.
The track was modified after the 2001 event, which was won by Michael Schumacher and the overall length was drastically reduced. For 2002, the circuit`s 70th anniversary, there was a new look and a new name, the "Hockenheimring Baden Wurttemberg". The popular long straights through the woods are now gone with new parts taking their place. Where the circuit once went into the woods there is now a sharp right turn into the extremely long high speed "Parabolika" left turn. The result is a hairpin to be driven with maximum steering in first gear. After this huge corner there is now a right-left-right-again turning into the famous Motodrom with the unique stadium atmosphere. To compensate for the shorter course, the number of laps increased from 45 to 67. Michael Schumacher was once again the winner, thrilling his home fans once more.
Check below for our available premium tickets and hospitality packages.
Germany - Haupttribune A-E
German Grand Prix - Hockenheimring - Haupttribune A-E (Fri-Sun)
The Main Grandstand offers some spectacular views of the circuit. Located on the start/ finish straight and opposite the pit lanes, this grandstand offers great views of the drivers preparing for the race as well as lots of high speed driving! Seated beside the chequered flag and grid, the Main Grandstand also offers unrivalled views of the pit lane and the podium ceremony.
The Haupttribune A-E package includes:
TV Screen (subject to change)
Germany - Paddock Club
With all day to explore, you can enjoy the facilities and entertainment on offer including state-of-the-art race simulators and unique winner`s trophy podium. You will also be able to visit other areas of the circuit such as the F1™ Village and the Support Race Paddock. Furthermore, each day will be punctuated with visits from drivers, champions past and present, and team engineers who will help you gain some unique insights into Formula 1™ and the weekend race strategies.
The Paddock Club package includes:
Admission to the circuit and the Formula One Paddock Club™
Privileged race viewing from the pit building
Exclusive pit lane walkabouts at allotted times
Guided paddock tours
Truck tours (schedule yet to be confirmed)
Access to the Support Race Paddock
Open bar with Champagne
Coffee, tea, croissants and pastries
Gourmet luncheon with fine wines
Official programme and ear plugs
Luxurious hospitality facility
Flat screen televisions
Truck Tours (a drive around the circuit on the Track Parade Truck)
Expert hosts (subject to availability)
Memorabilia Store (subject to availability)
Hospitality parking (on request)
Germany - Nordtribune A-C Covered
The Nordtribune Grandstand stretches from the end of the main straight to Turn 2, offering views of the first three straights.