The German town of Hockenheim has become synonymous with motor racing thanks to its famous circuit, which has transformed from a high-speed blast through the forests to a thoroughly modern autodrome. The Hockenheimring in Baden – Wuerttemberg was known for its long straights into the forest, but despite its redesign in 2002, it still offers a lot of pure driving pleasure. The rounded straight, called Parabolika, ends in a tight hairpin-bend, before turning back to the famous Sachs-Turn.
Directly on the track you’ll find a lovely Hotel, called “Hotel Motodrom”.
Where to Eat
The Hotel Motodrom has a restaurant overlooking the racetrack. In Hockenheim there are many different places to eat well.