VETERAMA – Hockenheim Ring
Europe’s largest market for vintage vehicles – modern classic vehicles – classic vehicles – parts & accessories
April 5. to April 7. 2019
- Parts market: drivers’ paddock / pits / pit roof / pavilion
- Camping site for visitors
- Shuttle buses from the carpark to the main entrance
- Parts shuttle
- Service Depot: Place purchased parts in free storage during the event
- The mecca for the antique car and modern classic scene
- Show Arena: free parking / antique car exhibition for visitors directly on the event grounds
- Holders of insider tickets (three-day tickets) can come as early as Friday, 06 April 2018
- Advanced ticket sales online on our website
- Great supporting stunt show
It’s time . . . The mechanics’ season can begin
A treasure trove for Oldtimer, Car and Motorcycle enthusiasts including: Cars, Spare parts, Bikes, Models, Literature, Motorcycle clothing, Restoration companies, Work shop supplies, Body shops, Auctioneers, Tools, Tires, Accessories and much more.
After long anticipation, VETERAMA will now be taking place in April on the legendary Hockenheimring. Many visitors and exhibitors had been clamouring for an April event.
It is now time to open garages and carports on their antique cars and modern classics. VETERAMA is the solution for every mechanic and owner of historical vehicles. Sell all those extraneous parts and objects that have been collecting in your garage. Or perhaps you’re an owner, and want to find tips or service providers to support you in your restoration. Or perhaps you’re looking for parts that you can fit in your vehicle.
VETERAMA provides the ideal platform
There are a great many reasons for an antique car to find its way into the workshop. Often, it’s only the usual trifles like worn brakes, sluggish clutches, or defect lighting that must be repaired.
And, of course, it’s not rarely the case that the elderly technology demands a major overhaul.
This year, the Show Arena will no doubt be pulling the crowds. Here, visitors can claim a free parking space on the event grounds for their antique car or modern classic that has seen at least twenty five years.
The club scene will be inviting members and the interested public to Hall 3 on the pit roof. This is the place for amiable talks and brief refreshment after a long slog.
The Moped Garage will be hosting an autograph session at the historical Bel Rey racing tent, with the assured attendance of twice World Champion Dieter Braun. And fitting in with this theme, two former competition machines will be on view
The pits cum halls will become centres of genuine racing ambience, and Michael Bartels has already assured us that he’ll be bringing some of his racing cars to Hockenheim.
Although there are no statistics on the number of historical vehicles that would have sunken into oblivion without VETERAMA, one thing is certain: many thousands of antique cars all over Europe owe their eternal youth to the spare parts supply at VETERAMA.
Also newcomers will find a wide range of choices at VETERAMA. Especially unrestored vehicles purchased at VETERAMA have become many people’s key to this fascinating pastime. Yet also the longstanding marketplace will offer you many vehicles that you can sit in and drive – and that at great entry level prices.
VETERAMA is still upholding its reputation as a place for buying vehicles at realistic prices. Perhaps without the high gloss. But that’s exactly what makes VETERAMA what it is. For this very reason, VETERAMA has become a fixed, integral part of the scene.
Communication, information, scene, atmosphere, spare parts supply, and trade in historical vehicles – these are the six columns that have been maintaining the VETERAMA tradition for forty years.
This year too will see a highly promising supporting programme, and we’re currently planning for a stunt show.
Many have already made VETERAMA a red letter day. If you haven’t, then note the day now:
April 5 – April 7, 2019 Hockenheim-Ring
Admission tickets for Friday to Sunday will cost: € 25
Day tickets for Saturday or Sunday € 12 each
Children of fifteen years and younger are admitted free
Further details can be found at www.veterama.de