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There will be a bakery stand both in front of the paddock and on the campsite on Saturday and Sunday mornings.
Friday night and Saturday night there are public entertainment events.
There will be admission controls at all entrances to the racetrack. Unfortunately, these is necessary. Alcoholic beverages, beverages in large bottles and glass bottles may NOT be taken to the racetrack. As with any large concert or music festival, these are removed at the entrance. Our security will be generous with drinks for children.
Due to the high demand for tickets, we ask all fans to purchase their tickets in advance online. But tickets are also available at the box office. The cash desks are open for you from 7 a.m. Saturday and Sunday.
No COVID restrictions this year !
Camping is permitted at the camping area.
At the camping area, spaces for mobile homes, caravans, cars with tents can be booked for those wishing to stay overnight. The camping can be used from Friday (late morning) to Monday regardless of the number of overnight stays and is also independent of the number of people staying overnight.
No construction works this year !
Access to the racing circuit is only possible with a valid ticket. Tickets can be purchased in advance online on the MSC website in the and at the box offices on race day.
The main arrival time for weekend guests is traditionally late Friday. Day guests please note that there can be a wave of arrivals, especially on Sunday mornings. The level crossing in Teutschenthal / Bahnhof, where the barrier is often closed for several minutes, also proves to be an obstacle.
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The hotels and pensions in the immediate vicinity of the racetrack are usually booked out early. Booking opportunities should still exist in Halle (Saale), Merseburg and Lutherstadt Eisleben.
The official partner hotels of the MSC Teutschenthal are:
Do you have any questions? Lost or found what? Are you looking for a meeting place? Do you want to deposit something? Or do you need medical help? Then contact our “InfoCenter” at the entrance to the race track. This is the little house next to the barrier, where you are guaranteed to be helped.
You are welcome to do that. Just not on the racetrack. There are many small paths in the area. A tour on the track is reserved exclusively for riders during the track walk.
The medical service will be on site for the entire race weekend. If you need help, please report to our “InfoCenter”, the little house at the barrier.
This applies at night in the paddock and in the riders' living area. Please hold on, because the drivers have to be absolutely fit and well rested during the races. The night's quiet is from 10 p.m. to 6 a.m. in the morning.
ATTENTION: Access to the paddock and living area from 8 p.m. only with special authorization!
During the races, it is expressly desired that you loudly create a good mood on the spectator slope and cheer on your favorite drivers. But please consider whether it is really necessary to bring your DOGS to the racetrack when there is a loud noise and noisy bikes. If it is absolutely necessary, please note that you must wear a leash and must wear a muzzle.
Access to the paddock is included in the price of every ticket purchased.
For visitors coming by cars there is a large parking area to the south near the track. Camping or staying overnight is NOT allowed in the car park. It is not possible to access the racetrack via the northern main access road. Please follow the signs on site. Parking on all other access roads such as dirt roads is prohibited. These are only for emergency and rescue vehicles. Vehicles parked illegally will be towed away without prior notice. There are controls by the police.
Of course it will be a wonderfully sunny weekend;) Nevertheless, everyone should be prepared for less good weather when it comes to shoes and clothing. Because we will drive in any case.
The race area is monitored by security throughout the race weekend. In addition, police officers are always on site. Please follow the usual rules of conduct in the TALKESSEL, on the camping area or in the parking lots.
In the spectator area of the racetrack there are mobile toilets at various points that are cleaned regularly.
Spectators can travel by train from Halle (Saale) or Lutherstadt Eisleben. The regional train station Teutschenthal / Bahnhof is about a 15-minute walk from the race track. The way to the race track and the campsite is signposted.
The time schedule is released here on our website before the event.
Tickets can be ordered online in our online ticket shop or at the gates during the race event.
Children under six years of age receive free entry to the race track.
Motocross fans with walking difficulties who need support should contact firstname.lastname@example.org before the event.
For officials, rider registrations, accredited media people, sponsors and all organizers staff, the “Welcome Office” is the first point of contact to collect their documents, including the access papers. It is located a few minutes' drive from the race track on the main road through the town of Teutschenthal; Address:
The “Welcome Office” will be clearly signposted on all main access roads.
WHEN LEAVING THE WELCOME OFFICE, PLEASE FOLLOW THE SIGNS TO FIND THE WAY TO THE TRACK !
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