DTM starts ticket sales for 2024


While the fans will experience the DTM title showdown next weekend, ticket sales for the 2024 season will already start on Sunday (October 22). Online ticket sales for the 2024 season will then start directly after the last finish of the 2023 season at 3 p.m. on dtm.com.

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Tickets will still be available from 39 euros next year, and children and young people accompanied by an adult will also be admitted free of charge in 2024.
It pays off to order DTM tickets for the 2024 season quickly: Whoever secures tickets on dtm.com by November 13, can secure the fast-lane discount of 10%. ADAC members will also receive a 10% membership discount for the upcoming season and thus benefit twice: Together with Fast Lane discount, ADAC members save more than 36% compared to the box office price.

Tickets will be available online at dtm.com for all ticket categories and for seven of the eight DTM events from October 22. Unchanged is the free admission to the standing-room areas at all circuits for children and youngsters accompanied by a paying adult. The DTM will also present itself as open and fan-friendly in the 2024 season: all tickets allow free entry to the DTM paddock and the DTM Fan Area.
"We developed a completely new pricing structure for the 2023 season, which was very well received by the fans. This year, the DTM was particularly popular with families; one third of our visitors in the past season were children and young people. We are consequently continuing this way. Ticket prices will remain stable, and next year, too, fans will be able to experience the thrilling action in the DTM for as little as 39 euros. A fan-friendly paddock and autograph sessions offer motorsport to touch, and on the track, top international drivers ensure top-level racing," says ADAC Head of Motorsport Thomas Voss.

Eight events from April to October make up the 2024 DTM season, with the season opener taking place at the Motorsport Arena Oschersleben from April 26 to 28. For the finale, the popular racing series traditionally travels to the Hockenheimring in Baden-Württemberg. With the Red Bull Ring in Styria, Austria, and Circuit Zandvoort on the Dutch North Sea coast, two Formula 1 circuits from other European countries are on the calendar. Other stops include the DEKRA Lausitzring, the Norisring,
the Nürburgring and the Sachsenring.