The Lausitzring was only opened this century, and therefore ranks among Europe’s most modern circuits. Still, the track in the Lower Lausitz region is something of a classic, because only tradition-steeped venues such as Hockenheimring, Nürburgring and Norisring have hosted more DTM races. Fans will find first-class facilities at the Lausitzring, with the mighty main grandstand providing a view of almost the entire race track – although its highest point is not recommended for those without a head for heights! There are vast car parks close to the track, and the sheer size of the paddock is impressive, too. The area around the circuit includes many camp sites as camping at the Lausitzring is a cult activity. Party time!
Meet your idols and get your personal autograph and photo. A great souvenir!
Come and check the spectacular race cars from close distance and watch what the mechanics are working on.
Saturday evenings turn into a festival - when top DJs and singers perform on DTM Show Stage.
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The DEKRA Lausitzring is located between Berlin, Dresden and Leipzig in the centre of the largest metropolitan area in the East of Germany. The region known as the ‘Lausitzer Seenland’ (lake district) and the nearby Spreewald are a popular destination for holiday. Make sure to stop by in Dresden to see the Semperoper, Frauenkirche or 'Der Zwinger' for yourself.