It is always worth it to go testing – If you don’t want to spend £250 a day on the hospitality then go for one of the circuit tours that cost €50 as this gets you entry to the circuit for the day (usually €18 without a tour) and access to all the open grandstands, as well as a tour of the circuit, including the paddock (if your lucky you may see…[Read more]
I would buy tickets direct from the circuit website, it is usually cheaper than 3rd party sites and an advantage with the Hockenheim site is you can pick your seats.
There are supposed to be shuttle buses from the train station but it is also not so far that it is possible to walk if you prefer that to a packed bus.
Debs replied to the topic Going to the 2017 Spanish Grand Prix at Circuit de Catalunya in the forum Going to the Spanish Grand Prix at Circuit de Catalunya 4 years ago
Hi Shlemanas. The turn 7/8 chicane is a decent spot for general admission and it also has view of a large screen to help follow the race. It does get quite busy though. You are spot on about the pelouse privilege area – fantastic views but you can’t buy tickets as it is reserved for circuit members (you can access that area during the tests though!)
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