s the DTM prepares to kick off its final race event of the year, it has opened ticket pre-sales for the 2020 season. Tickets for six 2020 events are immediately available: Zolder (24–26 April), Monza (26–28 June), Brands Hatch (22–23 August), Assen (4–6 September), Nürburgring (11–13 September) and Hockenheimring (2–4 October).
The usual benefits associated with DTM tickets remain unchanged. For instance, all grandstand tickets include admission to the popular paddock area (while stocks last). In the lowest-priced categories, kids and youngsters up to 15 years of age have free access when accompanied by an adult. In higher-priced ticket categories, tickets for kids are available at half-price. Access for kids up to seven is free on all days of the event when accompanied by a fully paying adult.
Booking early pays off
The price remains attractive, too: on Fridays, motorsport fans can experience DTM practice sessions for as low as 10 Euros; weekend tickets start from 29 Euros. Anyone ordering tickets before 18 October 2019 through the new ticket shop at DTM.com (https://2020.dtm.com/en/events) will receive luxury ‘Edition’-version tickets at no additional cost.
Fans who attend this weekend’s grand finale at the Hockenheimring can purchase tickets for the 2020 season at the ticket booth behind the South Grandstand. These include a general discount of 10 per cent on all tickets plus an additional fan item package free of charge.
DTM 2020 calender*
(pre-sale has started for events in bold)
24/04–26/04 Circuit Zolder (BEL)
15/05–17/05 Lausitzring (GER)
29/05–31/05 Igora Drive St. Petersburg (RUS)
12/06–14/06 Scandinavian Raceway Anderstorp (SWE)
26/06–28/06 Autodromo Nazionale Monza (ITA)
10/07–12/07 Norisring (GER)
22/08–23/08 Brands Hatch Circuit (GBR)
04/09–06/09 TT Circuit Assen (NED)
11/09–13/09 Nürburgring (GER)
02/10–04/10 Hockenheimring Baden-Württemberg (GER)
* Subject to FIA approval.