The Hockenheimring Baden-Württemberg is – apart from the Nürburgring – Germany’s most tradition-rich racetrack. The circuit staged its first motor-racing events back in 1932. With the exception of the year 1985, the Hockenheimring was a constant on the DTM calendar of every single DTM season. Traditionally, the circuit is the venue of the DTM season finale. In the past two years, this season finales proved to be real thrillers, with the long, exciting battles for the titles being taken down to the final races. When the last race ends with the famous fireworks, the last points of the season have been scored, the champagne will flow like water and the champion finally may raise his trophy in the air.
The DTM carries out two races on all race weekends. The distance is always 55 minutes plus one lap.
Always part of the DTM support programme: the new Formula European Masters with single-seaters that were used in the 2018 F3 European Championship.
W Series, the brand-new single-seater racing championship for female drivers only will race exclusively on the DTM platform in 2019.
The Porsche Carrera Cup Germany is one of the most tradition-rich makes cups in the world and thrills the crowds with extremely attractive motor sport.
In the Audi Sport Seyffarth R8 LMS Cup, super sports cars from Ingolstadt are entering the race.
|Opened||29th May 1932|
|Track length||4,574 km|
|DTM lap record||1:32,456 Min. (15th October 2017)|
|Driven by||Jamie Green (Audi)|
|Most victories||Bernd Schneider (8)|
|The best brand Marke||Mercedes (22)|