Experience the BMW S 1000 RR on Europe’s most fascinating race tracks and hone your skills.

Hockenheim is like no other

The heart of German motorsport culture
Hockenheim is considered one of Germany’s best-known and most popular race tracks. Hockenheimring was built in 1932 and was originally known as the “triangular course”. Since then, the track has undergone many redesigns with the last one dating back to 2002. This former WorldSBK and F1 track is a real challenge for both professional and amateur racers. The exciting layout with the famous Parabolica turn is the ultimate challenge for many riders and drivers.

This is what is waiting for you

World-champion experience

A training programme has been developed in collaboration with two-time Superbike world champion Troy Corser that is perfect for both beginners and advanced riders.

On track with an absolute professional

Experience the newly acquired technique for yourself: live to see and feel first-hand what it means to  take it to the limit here on this legendary race track when you ride as Troy Corser’s pillion.

Absolute high-end equipment

Rent a BMW S 1000 RR with Metzeler Racetec RR K3 from our local partner. We also offer an upgrade to an SBK package: including pit box, paddock stand and tyre warmers. You can also upgrade to Metzeler Racetec RR Slick Compounds for even more grip.

Analysis of your training progress

All your training progress is precisely documented to guarantee the best possible improvement. Firstly, with video analysis – a tool that helps participants improve enormously. On the other hand, their riding level is recorded in a logbook in order to continue exactly where you left it in the last training session.

Training process

The clearly structured daily schedules combine theory and practice. After each theory session, participants go out onto the track to put the discussed technique into practice. A personal debrief with video analysis follows. These sessions are used to analyse and discuss the current results and goalsbefore going back on the track.

If conditions permit, each day consists of at least 5 track sessions and 4 theory sessions. In a three-day course, this systematic approach gives you hundreds of kilometres of circuit experience and a great deal of progress.


All courses feature personal support. One instructor is responsible for three participants who accompanies the group throughout the training days. 

One-to-one training sessions are also available to provide maximum support. In this case, participants will be assigned their own instructor, who is ideally suited in terms of skills and experience. 

Services included

  • 3 days of training
  • Drinks and snacks during the day (excl. lunch)
  • Technical support 


Additionally available options

  • 3 days’ rental of the BMW S 1000 RR: €1077 (with an excess of €4,500)
  • Reducing the excess to €2,500: €225 
  • Tyre upgrade to Metzeler Racetec RR Slick K1 or Metzeler Racetec RR Slick K2: €380 (the motorcycle rental includes Metzeler Racetec RR K3)
  • Lunch (3 days): €53
  • Complete rider gear (consisting of leather suit, helmet, boots, gloves): €149
  • Leather suit: €99 
  • Flexible rebooking possible: €199 
  • SBK package (pit box, tyre warmers, paddock stand, power connection): €250 (caution: only available in combination with slicks)


The participants of the racetrack training sit side by side lined up on their BMW S 1000 RR motorcycles

Frequently asked questions

How can I book a Fuel For Life experience?
  • Click on the training you are interested in
  • Find out about the details
  • Enter your details and booking preferences
  • We will then send a contact form to our operating partner who will contact you with the offer tailored to your requirements
Who is the organiser?

The training course is organised by our partner Racing School Europe. The Fuel For Life partner independently organises the experience and offers it to participants on their own behalf. All information about this offer, including details on prices, has been provided by the Fuel For Life partner.

In which language are training sessions held?

Courses are held in English. Some of our instructors also speak German, French, Dutch, Polish, Swiss German, Italian and Spanish.

Can I ride my own motorcycle?

It goes without saying that anyone who prefers to ride their own motorcycle rather than a rented BMW S 1000 RR can do so. We can, if necessary, also take care of transporting the motorcycle. If you plan to take part with your own motorcycle, please provide this information when contacting us for the first time.

Can I also bring a motorcycle by another manufacturer?

Racing School Europe is a partner of BMW Motorrad. Regardless of this, you also have the option of riding a motorbike of another brand with us. In any case, we always offer our participants the opportunity to take part in a free test session on the latest BMW S 1000 RR.

How many participants are in each group?

Inductions and instructions are provided by an experienced instructor for a maximum of three participants per group. Each participant can rely on their own coach for debriefings and analyses throughout the course.

We also offer optional, individual support as part of one-to-one sessions. Here we make sure to find a trainer specially tailored to your driver level. We will determine this together with you in advance. 

What happens if it rains?

The BMW S 1000 RR has a rain mode setting. In wet conditions, we can easily fall back on our RR fleet with rain tyres. Consequently, we are not weather-reliant. This service, like Metzeler rain tyres, is included in our motorcycle rental.

Are photos and videos permitted?

We work with professional photographers at our events. They take photos and videos of your training. You will receive information on the corresponding photographer and the process on site.

Logo of Racing School Europe

Operating partner

The training is organised by BMW Motorrad partner Racing School Europe.

The instructor team at Racing School Europe consists of a number of qualified riders with many years of training experience. Most of them are former racers with experience in various European championships such as the French, Belgian, German or Dutch Superbike Championship, GP 125 or Endurance Championships. Participants in Racing School Europe race track training can only benefit from their experience and this knowledge.

All training offers at a glance

You can find all dates and locations for BMW Motorrad trainings in our Experience Finder.

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