Redesigned in 2001, the new Hockenheimring Baden-Württemberg traditionally stages the DTM season kick-off as well as the final round of the season. The track demands precision driving, especially through the corner combinations in the Motodrom stadium complex.
With dramatic corners, hills, dips and cambers, the Brands Hatch circuit is a serious test of driver skill. The blind entry to Paddock Hill Bend in particular remain one of the great tests of world racing, and never fails to offer drama and excitement.
Red Bull Ring
A modern update on the legendary Österreichring, Red Bull Ring reviving the well-known corners and adding a few new twists to the set of challenges a complete laps offers. Tight corners and heavy braking means good overtaking opportunities.
Flat and with high levels of grip, the Lausitzring dares you to go too fast too soon. But to set a good lap, you need to be smooth and avoid errors in the infield section. Go easy on the high curbs in the first hairpin or your lap will suffer.
Compact, uncompromising and deceptively tricky to master despite the simple layout. As the only street circuit in DTM calendar the Norisring is not for the faint of heart, the walls are close and the frantic breaking for the first hairpin turn can make or break your race.
Moscow Raceway is the first Russian circuit built to hold international motorsport events and a new entry to the DTM calendar. The track layout used for DTM is short and technical, but the long back straight is built for slipstreaming and late brake maneuvers.
A first class racing track, located right next to the famous Nordschleife but offering a very different challenge. A hairpin first corner gets you started and then the challenges never stop until you hit the back straight. A good track for multiple overtaking chances during a lap.
Oschersleben is tricky and selective track without much in elevation changes, but high on drama. The first corner is a left angle twisting directly into a long 180 degree turn, a certain recipe for close calls and traded paint. The tight chicane needs to be attacked aggressively.
Circuit Park Zandvoort is an old school race track located in the Netherlands, directly in the dunes near the coast line. The 4.3 km long track offers fast and sweeping corners as well as tight hairpins that provide excellent overtaking opportunities. It’s a real challenge and the drivers love it.