Germany is home to numerous motorsport venues and hosts a wide variety of exciting racing events, from Formula One and the German Touring Car Championship to Rallye Deutschland and the German motorcycle Grand Prix.
The most famous racing circuits in Germany are the Nurburgring and the Hockenheimring. Until recently, Germany had held two Grands Prix every year; the German Grand Prix at the Hockenheimring and the European Grand Prix/Luxembourg Grand Prix at the Nurburgring. There is now just the German Grand Prix, the hosting of which will alternate yearly between the two circuits.
Other major motorsport circuits in Germany include the Euro Speedway Lausitz, the Motorsport Arena Oschersleben, the Norisring in Nuremberg and the Sachsenring near Chemintz, which will host the 2011 Motor Cycle World Championship.
Thousands of fans travel to Germany each year to be part of the exciting racing events. Germany boasts excellent roads and an efficient rail network that guarantees comfortable, reliable and fast travel. There are also various bus and ferry routes that visiting fans can take advantage of. While staying in Germany, many motorsport spectators enjoy the beautiful surroundings, modern facilities and world-class hotels that the country has to offer.