Circuit information

The Motorrad Grand Prix Deutschland is held in Sachsenring, near Chemnitz approximately 40 km south of Leipzig in Germany close to the famous motorcycle factory, MZ. The Sachsenring was a public road track originally on which the first race was held in 1927. The current 3.7 km long circuit was built in 1996 instead of the former 8 km long public road track. The MotoGP series has moved to Sachsenring in 1998 from Nürburgring which became a sell-out event shortly mainly due to the fanatism of the local people in East-Germany.

The 3.7 kilometer long circuit which runs anti-clockwise has a 700-meter long starting straight and 14 turns of which 5 are right hand corners and 9 left-handers. Since the circuit is relatively short and tight corners follow each other the bikes rarely run at full throttle however a grand prix full of actions is guaranteed.

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