|1||12,75 €||38,25 €||42,50 €||55,25 €|
|2||12,75 €||29,75 €||34,00 €||46,75 €|
|3||12,75 €||21,25 €||25,50 €||38,25 €|
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Frequently asked questions
There are three major changes compared to 2018:
- The paddock access now generally is included in all the tickets – while stock lasts.
- In the lowest categories respectively, now the admission for children and even juveniles up to and including the age of 14 admission accompanied by an adult is free
- The different ticket categories are subdivided into up to seven steps, with category one being the first-class category.
There won’t be any general price increases but as the paddock access now is generally included in all the tickets, the cheaper tickets partly can be slightly more expensive than in 2018 when the ticket pass wasn’t included in the basic price. None the less, the fans may look forward – regarding certain seats and categories – to price advantages of up to €26 compared to last year.
An adult with a ticket of the lowest category may be accompanied free of charge by up to three children and juveniles up to and including the age of 14 years. The free tickets either can be ordered with the ticket in advance or requested at the box offices on site. For families with children up to and including the age of 14 years it is recommended to add the order of the free tickets for the children when they book their tickets at the DTM ticket hotline.
In the case of higher ticket categories, tickets for children can be booked with a 50-percent allowance.
Children up to and including the age of six years in the company of an adult that paid the full ticket price will be granted free access on all the days of the event. For the admission you need a ticket that was purchased via the official DTM ticket hotline, the advance-booking office of the respective circuit or at the box offices. On Saturday and Sunday, however, holders of tickets aren’t entitled to seats for their children. Recommendation: Children at the age of up to and including six years should wear ear protection.
Juveniles (7 up to and including the age of 14 years) will be granted free admission in the ticket category 3 and in accompany of an adult that paid the full price (up to three juveniles). For the admission you need a ticket that was purchased at the box offices. In the higher categories, a youth ticket only costs 5 Euros for a single day and 10 Euros for the entire weekend.
Severely disabled persons (minimum 73% GdB) will be granted a 100% allowance on all the tickets. With a GdB between 35% and 73% we grant 50% allowance. With a note in the disabled person card the ecort will get a 100% allowance.
Wheelchair users are granted free admission. Their companions, however, have to pay the full ticket price. For the admission you need a ticket that was purchased via the official DTM ticket hotline, the advance-booking office of the respective circuit or at the box offices.
The paddock pass is included in all the ticket categories – while stock lasts.
The advance-booking tickets generally are €10 cheaper than tickets of the same category at the box offices what can mean a price advantage of up to 35 percent. In addition to the lower prices, an early ticket order also will increase your chances of really securing your desired grandstand seats. Furthermore, the free tickets for children at the age of up to and including 14 years can be booked additionally right away when purchasing your ticket at the DTM ticket hotline.
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