Hockenheim is regarded as one of the best-known and loved racetracks in Germany. Originally called "Dreieckskurs" (triangle course), the Hockenheimring was built in 1932. The track has undergone many redesigns since it's incarnation with the final redesign dating back to 2002. This former WorldSBK and F1 track is a real challenge for racing and sport riders alike. The exciting current layout with the famous Parabolica corner appeals to many riders. Troy Corser used to race the older and longer high-speed layout before the 2002 redesign with the World Superbikes series.
Staying overnight on the paddock is permitted, there are no extra charges involved.
Just beside the track is a hotel within walking distance from the track; Hotel motodrom
Sanitation and electricity are available
Throughout the day we have coffee, tea, water and various refreshments available at Racing School Europe truck. During the lunch break our hospitality unit organizes a lunch (bread, various spreads, soup, fruit, pasta, salads and various soft drinks) right on the racetrack. You can participate for € 17.50 per day. This offer also applies to partners and friends.
During all training days the RSE paddock Service is available for technical support. We can also provide tyres at competitive prices. We can bring non standard sized tyres if you order these in advance. Send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Pricing: Tyre & Wheel service: rim in and out €15.00, tyre mounting on the rim €10.00/ per rim.
100 db maximum.
Track length: 4574m
Track width: 15m
Turns: 10 right / 7 left
Maximum incline: 0%
Maximum decline: 0%
Directions (google maps)