MotoGP Germany 2024

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GERMANY MOTOGP 2024 – Sachsenring Circuit – En


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Live the Great Experience of the MotoGP

The MotoGP German Grand Prix takes place at the legendary Sachsenring Circuit, located in the region of Saxony, in eastern Germany. The area surrounding Sachsenring is characterized by hills and forests, providing spectators with the opportunity to enjoy panoramic views while watching the thrilling races.

  1. T2 Grandstand: offers spectators a privileged location right in front of the first corner, one of the most exciting sections of the circuit. From here, fans can also witness the start of the race and admire up close the skill and dexterity of the pilots as they navigate this challenging curve.
  2. T3, T3/1, and T4 Grandstands: offer spectators the opportunity to witness a series of challenging curves, which constitute one of the most complicated areas of the circuit. From here, fans can enjoy the excitement of overtaking in curves and admire the mastery of the best pilots as they take on this series of technical turns.
  3. T6, T7, T8, and T9 Grandstands: located behind the previously mentioned grandstands, offering a privileged view of how the cars exit the series of turns and accelerate along the seventh curve of the circuit. From here, spectators can witness how drivers gain speed in an exciting stretch of the track.
  4. T13 Grandstand: situated at the penultimate curve of the circuit. From here, spectators can observe how drivers come at high speed along one of the longest straights of the circuit before taking this curve. Subsequently, drivers exit towards another straight of the circuit, providing spectators with an exciting perspective of the action on the track.

The Sachsenring Circuit has a length of approximately 3.760 kilometers.

The number of laps in the German Grand Prix may vary depending on the FIM rules and the season’s calendar. Generally, around 30 laps are completed during the MotoGP race at the Sachsenring Circuit.

The German Grand Prix has a rich history dating back to the early years of the Motorcycle World Championship. The first official edition of the German Grand Prix took place in 1952 at the Solitude circuit in Stuttgart. Since then, the race has gone through several locations and circuits over the years, including Hockenheimring and Nürburgring.

Yes, due to the noise generated by the powerful MotoGP bikes, spectators are advised to use hearing protection, such as earplugs, to enjoy the race safely and comfortably.


Price: from 119 €

5 - 7 July

Sachsenring Circuit - Saxony

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The MotoGP German Grand Prix arrives at the iconic Sachsenring Circuit in 2024, attracting enthusiastic followers and fans looking to immerse themselves in the vibrant racing atmosphere throughout the weekend.

Sachsenring is recognized as one of the most distinctive and challenging circuits in the world. Its compact layout offers a unique combination of tight corners and high-speed sections, testing the skill and dexterity of the riders at every turn.

Get ready to experience the intensity and passion of MotoGP at Sachsenring, where the world’s best riders will compete on a circuit full of overtaking opportunities. Get your tickets for the 2024 German Grand Prix now!