Advance ticket sales for International ADAC Truck-Grand-Prix launched


The 35th edition of the International ADAC Truck-Grand-Prix 2021 will be held from 16 to 18 July as a hybrid event with spectators at the Nürburgring – with thrilling motorsport and digital offers. The personalised and seating-accurate tickets for the motorsport highlight are now available online.

The rheinland-pfälzische state government recently approved the Nürburgring as a
Model project for events with spectators outdoors. The contactless hygiene concept for spectators developed by the Nürburgring has already made it possible for the ADAC 24h Race to be held successfully on open stands.

At the International ADAC Truck Grand Prix, visitors will also be able to follow the race along the start and finish straight. Admission is restricted to those who have been tested, cured and vaccinated.

“For the race weekend, we have created an event concept that combines the best of both worlds – physical and digital. In this way, we offer motorsport fans an attractive platform both locally and at home”, says organisational director Marc Hennerici.

Significantly lower ticket prices for 2021
Tickets for the International ADAC Truck-Grand-Prix 2021 are personalised, seating-accurate and exclusively available online in the ticket shop at Due to the shortened supporting programm on site, ticket prices have been reduced by around 50 percent and vary between 20 and 45 euros.

A professionally conducted Corona rapid test (such as the free citizen test) may be no more than 24 hours old before entering the venue. Masks are also required on the Nürburgring grounds and on the grandstands. Each open grandstand also has a specially assigned parking lot on site with its own path.

Here you will find all informations & tickets for the ADAC Truck Grand-Prix

Packing motorsports & digital offers
The spotlight of the sporting part of the International ADAC Truck Grand Prix on July 17 and 18 will be the races for the FIA European Championship. 20 race trucks with up to 1,500 hp and prominent drivers such as Jochen Hahn, Norbert Kiss and Sascha Lenz will race for the weekend victory and thus for important points in the European Championship. For the second time in a row, the IDM Superbike 1000 stops at the Nürburgring.

Country festival, truck camp, open paddock and the trade fair will not take place this year. In addition to the livestream of the race fans will be offered an extensive digital supporting programme: Truck-Grand-Prix Fan Race, digital Meet & Greets and exhibitor presentations, all the way to the digital closing fireworks.

In addition, two high-calibre expert talks with the ADAC/TÜV Rheinland TruckSymposium and FIA-ETRC Innovation Talks will take place on Friday and will also be streamed live.

The focal point of the digital supporting programme is the redesigned website www., on which all activities are streamed during the race weekend.