With prominent drivers, renowned top teams as well as super sports cars from six manufacturers, the DTM will start at the Nürburgring from 04 - 06 August 2023. Tickets are now available online. Fans can look forward to great news: Thanks to a new price structure developed by the ADAC, DTM tickets are on average ten to 20 euros cheaper than last year and can be purchased for as little as 39 euros. ADAC members also benefit from a 10% discount in the online presale.
"Our aim is to make the DTM events more attractive, especially for families, and to get more people excited about the series again. We were able to expand the programme at the DTM even more appealingly this year. At the same time, we succeeded in reducing ticket prices in all categories. Children under the age of 16 are even admitted free of charge to the race track when accompanied by an adult, something that has never been done before at the DTM," says ADAC Motorsport Director Thomas Voss.
As a rule, the new ticket model consists of five price categories - in two of them, children and young people under 16 are admitted free of charge when accompanied by an adult. For grandstand tickets in the higher categories, under-16s receive a 50 per cent discount. Free admission to the paddock is included in all tickets.
Also bookable now are VIP tickets for the Coca-Cola business°lounge of the Nürburgring with the best view of the start and finish straight. High-quality catering and access to the exclusive balcony with upholstered seats included.
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This year, the DTM will be organised under the umbrella of the ADAC for the first time and will be held at eight race tracks in Germany, Austria as well as the Netherlands in the new season. In addition to the DTM, fans will also experience the racing action of the ADAC GT Masters at four events and exciting rounds of the ADAC GT4 Germany at six events. In addition, the Prototype Cup Germany will be on the grid three times. The BMW M2 Racing Cup and the Porsche Carrera Cup Deutschland are also an integral part of the DTM programme.