All booked – tickets arrived about 3 weeks ago. Sitting in Mercedes Tribune – lower tier. Not booked camping yet, but will probably go for C as looks closest to the track.
I have 2 spare Mercedes Tribune tickets for sale – a pair for 500 quid. These are prime seats – on the edge of the grandstand so you can see the cars from turn 3 all the way up to the hairpin and back towards and round the infield section. Cost 300 quid each including delivery etc……email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
This will be my third time to hockenheim, seated in sudtribune e, having previously sat ininnertribune a and nordtribune b .
In terms of special parking i know Nurburgring defginetly did, so i would assum hockenhiem would have something similar, there is an area behind the ‘main’ stand that always has nice cars like ferraris maseratis, porsche etc parked there, but it is not secure and people are able to touch photo etc
In terms of camping the main campsite c3 has a large 2 lane wide concrete park running through it, this becomes the main walkway for getting to the circuit for everyone that arrives by coach, therfore i wouldnt advise leaving any valuables at all. I have never camped there, but walking through in the morning there looks to be quite a few party campers, but there is definitely a great atmosphere, there is a solid structure about halfway through the campsite that is a bar, however anymore than that i cant say
I’m going to Hockenheim for my first GP. Have booked seats in Sudtribune C Low so hoping it will be a good view of the Stadium section. I’m camping from Wednesday night through to Sunday, has anyone got any advice on what to do during the downtime? Want to get the most out of it.
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