NEW SHOP. SAME PASSION.
The new DTM season will bring more adrenalin, more thrills – and more freedom for spectators. Starting 2020, all tickets are available directly from the DTM ticket shop, giving fans a greater choice in picking their favorite spot to enjoy a race without jockeying for position. All visitors have the opportunity to peek into the inner workings of the teams in pit walks on Saturday morning, Saturday evening and Sunday morning. Paddock tickets additionally come with Pit View, which gives the holder exclusive access to one team’s garage to let you experience the passion from behind the scenes. And if that’s not enough fun for you, a full entertainment program is waiting for you on the fan village’s show stage. So pick your race and enjoy the thrill!
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- Race 6 - 10
For the first time for 26 years, the lights for the new DTM season will not go green in Hockenheim. As in 1984, when the series held its very first race, the pursuit of the title will begin in Zolder. Last year, BMW driver Philipp Eng claimed his maiden DTM victory there.Get your tickets
The EuroSpeedway Lausitz is popular with drivers and fans alike. This is thanks to its special characteristics, with one section of the circuit incorporating part of a high-speed oval. The track in the Lausitz region of Germany is a happy hunting ground for BMW M Motorsport: In 2012, Bruno Spengler claimed BMW’s first victory since returning to the DTM. In 2014, Marco Wittmann wrapped up the DTM title with races to spare at the EuroSpeedway.Get your tickets
After bidding farewell to Moscow in 2017, the DTM returns to Russia. The new circuit, located roughly 80 kilometres north of St. Petersburg, promises variety. Whether long straights, fast blind corners, or slow hairpins: “Igora Driver” will demand everything from the drivers and provide thrilling racing for spectators.Get your tickets
The DTM heads to Sweden for the first time in its long history in 2020. The long straight is the first thing to catch the eye at the iconic “Scandinavian Raceway”. The “Flight Straight”, a former airport runway, guarantees high top speeds and overtaking manoeuvres.Get your tickets
The “Autodromo Nazionale Monza” is the third new stop on the 2020 DTM calendar and is one of the most iconic racetracks in the world. The circuit is located in the Royal Park in the Italian city of Monza. Roughly 70 percent of the track is taken at full throttle, making it one of the fastest circuits on the calendar.Get your tickets
Fans and drivers alike are captivated by the unique atmosphere around the Dutzendteich lake in Nuremberg. Each year, the public roads are transformed into a DTM circuit for one weekend. While it may only have a few corners, they are a real test. Every millimetre counts between the Grundig Hairpin, the Schöller S and the Dutzendteich Hairpin.Get your tickets
Brands Hatch featured on the DTM calendar from 2006 to 2013 and made its return in 2018. The longer, 3.908-kilometre Grand Prix layout is used. The circuit on the outskirts of London is particularly popular with the crowds, as the stands offer excellent views of the racing.Get your tickets
The “Cathedral of Speed” is renowned as one of the most demanding motorcycle racetracks in the world. However, it also poses plenty of challenges on four wheels: The longest straight measures 970 metres and the corners at the TT Circuit are slightly banked. Marco Wittmann took victory when the DTM made its debut in Assen last season.Get your tickets
The race at the iconic circuit in the Eifel region of Germany has always been a home event for BMW. One reason for this is that the BMW M Testcenter Nürburg is located at the Nürburgring. BMW has won twelve DTM races to date at this circuit. Since 1984, the oldest permanent racetrack in Germany has been a permanent fixture on the DTM calendar.Get your tickets
The Hockenheimring is traditionally the venue for the final round of the DTM. Every year, the fans transform the legendary Motodrom into a boiling pot of emotion. In 2018, Timo Glock and Gary Paffett were embroiled in a remarkable battle, which went down in DTM history. Bruno Spengler’s victory in 2012, which earned him the title in the Drivers’ Championship, is another unforgettable Hockenheim moment.Get your tickets