Located at Sachsnenring in the Saxony region of Germany, close to the border of the Czech Republic and the foothills of the Ore Mountains, the German Moto GP is a chance to experience world class motor racing at the height of summer, with red hot action guaranteed on the track.
With its origins dating back to the 1920s, the Sachsenring circuit has a varied history which adds to its appeal today. The track has witnessed and survived all political eras in Germany, and has emerged stronger as a result. In 1962 Sachsenring hosted the first GP race behind the Iron Curtain.
Packed with tight corners, sweeping high-speed left-handers and a long uphill straight, the Sachsenring track is a real challenge for riders that also tests the bikes to their absolute limit.
It is one of the slowest and most technical of the MotoGP campaign but that makes for more elbow-to-elbow action and exciting racing at close quarters. Little wonder that over 200,000 spectators flock to Sachsenring every year.
With Sachsenring marking the midway point of the championship, all points gained at this historic track will go some way to making the race for the title a little clearer.
With ticket admission on both qualifying and race day, you can see who takes pole position before watching all the drama unfold on Sunday’s race day, plus enjoy the action from the Moto2 and Moto3 series.
Whether you’re a seasoned MotoGP enthusiast or newcomer to the sport, Sachsenring always delivers a memorable trip you should consider for the new season.
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