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As the 35 time venue of the Grand Prix of Germany, the Hockenheimring looks back on a long history. Already in 1932, Mercedes-Benz used a 12 kilometer triangular course in Hockenheim as a test course before it was transformed into a permanent circuit six years later. In the 1960s, the construction of the Autobahn 6 separated the former hairpin turn from the rest of the route. A motordrome was built as an alternative, which resembles an arena and still exists today. Besides numerous spectator seats, the facility also accommodates the pit lane. After extensive reconstruction measures between 1999 and 2003, the distance of the formerly 6.8 kilometer long high-speed course was shortened to a 4.5 kilometer Grand Prix course with modern safety standards. In addition to spacious run-off areas, the new route offers fast passages and thus guarantees exciting overtaking maneuvers. Renowned racing series, including the Formula 1, DTM and sport auto Tuner GP, are proof of the Hockenheimring’s allure as a venue. The events at the Hockenheimring traditionally represent the start and the end of our season. A Pistenclub Trackday Hockenheimring offers you the opportunity to drive your own car on a true Formula 1 circuit.

 

Information about the Trackday Hockenheimring

  • Type of event: Free driver's training on a circuit that is closed for public transport during the event. The purpose of the event is not to achieve maximum speed levels and not to determine the shortest lap times, but to optimize personal driving techniques. The aim of the event is to improve driving safety with regard to road traffic.
  • Groups: This event is an "Open Pitlane" day, which means there is no separation into groups. On this event only road legal cars are allowed.
  • Noise level: The limit on this day is 98 dB(A).

 

Additional offers

  • Guided Laps: This is an opportunity to get to know the course in a small guided group right before the event starts. The drivers follow an experienced instructor in the lead car. More information...
  • Active Coaching: This means intense participant support and driving practice with experienced instructors, spread over the entire training day. It includes Guided laps. More information...
  • DMSB Licensing Course: Our course entitles you to the acquisition of the national license level A for automobile sports according to FIA / DMSB. It includes Guided Laps and Active Coaching. More information…

 

Timetable

Time Programme
from 08:00 Registration in the Pistenclub box
08:30 Drivers briefing — obligatory for all participants of Active Coaching, Licensing Course and Guided Laps
09:00 Drivers briefing — obligatory for all further participants
09:00 - 09:30 Guided laps
09:30 - 12:30 Free driving — Open Pitlane
12:30 - 13:00 Lunch break
13:00 - 18:00 Free driving — Open Pitlane
Subject to change. Please be on site in time to avoid long waiting times.

 

Price list

 Prices Club members Guests
Free driver's training, including lunch 430 €
500 CHF
580 €
670 CHF
Front-seat passenger, including lunch 45 €
50 CHF
45 €
50 CHF
For further prices and information please see the registration form. Information about the club membership.

 

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