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16 — 18 June


Hohenstein-Ernstthal, Germany
On track action at MotoGP Germany race


  • Experience racing at the technical Sachsenring
  • Witness the almighty Waterfall corner
  • Take in German culture
  • Camping available within walking distance
  • Support series Moto2 and Moto3 in action


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Book German MotoGP 2023 Tickets

Home of the iconic Waterfall at the Sachsenring

Buckle up for another thrilling German MotoGP at the Sachsenring. This circuit delivers a collection of tight, challenging corners that flow smoother than the beer at Oktoberfest. But don’t be fooled: this might be a slower circuit, but the battles are hard-fought and fierce.

The German MotoGP might post the quickest lap times of all the races, with average speeds of 160kph, but it provides the riders with multiple opportunities to line up a move, while still hitting over 300kph on the main straight.

It also features the famous Waterfall corner at turn 10 – a huge sloping turn that’s been dubbed “MotoGP’s best corner”. For fans, there are plenty of grandstands around the track to choose from, so you can pick your favourite seat. General admission zones are also located on the inside of circuit's slow, swirling corners, and on the outside of turn 13.

The 2022 German MotoGP was packed with epic moments. Bagnaia took a tumble as he struggles to navigate the Sachsenring’s technical turns, Jack Miller and Aleix Espargaro battled hammer and tong for a podium position, and a dominant Fabio Quartararo summoned a world champion performance to take victory.

The circuit is situated in the small town of Hohenstein-Ernstthal in East Germany. Leipzig and Dresden are nearby towns to explore, but most fans will opt to camp around the circuit on race weekend. 

Tickets for the German MotoGP at the Sachsenring are now on sale – explore grandstand and general admission options below.


    Located directly behind the T13 grandstand and the famous "Sachsenkurve" corner, the Sachsenring Camping Village is the ideal campsite for all MotoGP fans.

    The camping is only available to campers. Cars with caravan and tents are not allowed on-site. Fans can enter the campsite from 12 noon on Thursday and leave the Camping Village between 4pm on Sunday and 2pm on Monday. Early check-out is not possible.

    Please note that entrance to the campsite will be denied to fans who do not have a valid General Admission or grandstand ticket for the race weekend. The camping ticket does not count as a ticket for the race. Marshalls will check tickets of all passengers in a camper.

    Pitches are drawn for campers with a length of up to 7,50 meters, and include electricity. Toilets and bathrooms are available on-site. Please note that due to its location, German law forbids the use of BBQs with charcoal and open fires at this campsite.

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    Sachsenring Camping Village Pitch (Campers) Thursday - Monday$474
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