The Sachsenring race track can be adapted to meet our clients' demands: In addition to the Grand Prix course, two smaller circuits with quite different characteristics can be set up. But you can only rent the Grand Prix circuit as a whole!
To see more detail, just choose a number and read the short descripitions with pictures below. In our gallery you can also find interesting track-details!
Precondition for ALL VEHICLES to drive on the Sachsenring: max. noise under full power: 93 db
You will find more details, e.g. information about insurance and other rental terms, in our General terms and conditions!
1 - Start and finish
2 - Coca-Cola corner
This is the "bottleneck" of the Sachsenring: a very tight downhill corner to the right. As it is the first corner after the start there are always some spectacular scenes to watch!
3 - Approach to Omega corner
The approach to the best-known Sachsenring corner is very difficult. Although the turn banks 3 per cent to the inside, you seem to lean to the outside.
3 - Omega corner
This turn is the Sachsenring "classic" - and even experts cannot agree on where the ideal Line is. As the track can be covered with water, too, it is also ideal for drift and rally trainings.
4 - Little crest corner
In this left-hand uphill corner it is important to find a clear line without sliding too much. Since a series of left-hand corners follows, it is important not to overload the right front tyre.
5 - Kart hall-bend
A very long left-hand corner, which goes slightly downhill. For the races the largest mobile stands anre erected here, offering the best view of the action.
6 - VW Sachsen-bridge corner
This corner is special because it's getting wider toward the exit, giving the driver the feeling that it should be possible to drive much faster through it. In addition, several bumps at the turn-in point make it more difficult to drive the limit.
3 - Omega corner exit
This passage is rather tricky, both for cars and motorcycles. Accelerating out of the turn is not easy either because the rear wheels tend to become 'loose', slipping on the slightly cambered inner side of the track. This passage can also be xovered with water to simulate rainy weather conditions.
8 - Approach to the northern extension
Driving along this part of the circuit gives you the impression of going down the slope of a ski jump. With a 13 per cent gradient the Sachsenring holds the record among the rading circuits!
Paddock 1 corner
This is the fastest corner of the Sachsenring. It's a corner that tests the drivers courage because it goes downhill with a gradient of up to 13 per cent.
9 - Approach to the Sachsen-bend
[Translate to en:] Auf diesem Streckenabschnitt hat man den Eindruck, als bewege man sich auf der Anfahrt zu einer Schisprungschanze. Mit 13% Gefälle steht der Sachsenring bei den Rennstrecken im Buch der Rekorde. Hier erreicht man auch die Topspeed auf dem Ring.
10 - Exit Sachsen corner
The wide gravel beds of the Sachsenring - like the one at the Sachsen corner - correspond to international safety standards.