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Tickets for Saxony 2025

TicketWorld Online gives you the chance to immerse yourself in the excitement of the German Grand Prix MotoGP, which will take place at the legendary Sachsenring Circuit. As the shortest circuit in the MotoGP season, every second of the race will be packed with thrills.

The Sachsenring Circuit is recognized as one of the most distinctive and challenging tracks in the world. Its compact design offers a unique combination of tight corners and high-speed sections, testing the skill and prowess of the riders on every lap.

Get ready to experience the intensity and passion of MotoGP at Sachsenring, where the best riders in the world will compete on a circuit full of overtaking opportunities.

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Frequent questions

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

  1. Bronze and Silver Grandstands: located along the main straight of the circuit, from here you can witness the race start and watch the motorcycles reach their maximum speed as they race down the main straight. Additionally, from the Silver grandstand, you’ll have privileged views that will allow you to enjoy the action in even more detail.
  2. Poggio Seco Grandstand: this grandstand is situated on the exterior of the third corner. From here, you’ll have a privileged view of the motorcycles winding through the second and third corners, before accelerating along the short straight leading to the fourth corner.
  3. Materassi Grandstands: tickets for these grandstands are real bargains that will allow you to see the riders exiting the first corner, snaking through the second and third corners before accelerating on the short straight before the fourth corner. These grandstands are ideal for enjoying good views of a large part of the circuit and for observing the maximum power of the MotoGP motorcycles.
  4. 58 Grandstand: offers spectacular views of the famous Arrabbiata corners. The first corner is located at the lowest point of the track, while the second corner offers elevation changes and various exciting angles. It’s a perfect spot to enjoy a strategic point full of overtaking and thrilling action at every turn
  5. Biondetti Grandstand: provides a perspective of the final section of the circuit. It is situated behind the Bronze and Silver grandstands, offering a spectacular view of the U-turn of Correntaio and the Biondetti chicane. This is the perfect place to appreciate the speed and skill of the riders as they negotiate these two corners and accelerate on the short straight.

The Sachsenring Circuit has a length of approximately 3.760 kilometers.

The number of laps in the German Grand Prix can vary according to FIM regulations and the season’s schedule. Generally, around 30 laps are completed during the MotoGP race at the Sachsenring Circuit.

The German Grand Prix has a rich history that dates back to the early years of the Motorcycle World Championship. The first official edition of the German Grand Prix was held in 1952 at the Solitude circuit in Stuttgart. Since then, the race has taken place at various locations and circuits over the years, including Hockenheimring and Nürburgring. Marc Márquez is considered the king of the German MotoGP Grand Prix. The Spaniard won a total of eight times between 2013 and 2021 at the Sachsenring circuit.

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