ADAC SimRacing Expo 2024: Everything you need to know

The 10th year of the ADAC SimRacing Expo is just around the corner. From an exhibitor list to opening times, here is what you need to know.
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What is the ADAC SimRacing Expo?

The ADAC SimRacing Expo is the virtual racing scene’s preeminent yearly event. Visitors can test sim racing equipment, witness new product unveilings and try updated racing games and simulations.

When is the ADAC SimRacing Expo 2024?

This year, the ADAC SimRacing Expo will be held across three days: Friday 18th to Sunday 20th October 2024.

ADAC SimRacing Expo 2024 opening times:

  • Friday 18th October: 10:00 – 18:00 CET
  • Saturday 19th October: 10:00 – 18:00 CET
  • Sunday 20th October: 10:00 – 18:00 CET

Where is the ADAC SimRacing Expo 2024?

The ADAC SimRacing Expo is held in Germany at the Messe Dortmund, Hall 3:

Rheinlanddamm 200, 44139 Dortmund, Germany

ADAC SiMRacing Expo 2024 Germany

How much is ADAC SimRacing Expo entry?

Tickets for the ADAC SimRacing Expo cost €22 for a day or €55.10 for the weekend and can be purchased online ahead of your visit.

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Simply click the Traxion affiliate link, then when purchasing a ticket, select ‘discount & booking options’ and add the discount Traxion ticket to your basket to receive the discount.

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Exhibitor list

There is a long list of exhibitors for visitors to peruse, the full list is below, which includes a slew of sim racing equipment manufacturers, game developers and community-powered projects.

Highlights include BDH with its range of tough sim gear shifters, Trak Racer’s rapidly expanding range and behemoth Logitech. Popular steering wheel and accessory creators Thrustmaster are also present, alongside several motion simulator providers available to test on-site.

Sabelt Sim Racing ADAC SimRacing Expo

Sim racing driving platform RaceRoom will, as ever, be present – could there be some new content or updates on display?

If you’d like to go hands-on with some of the most extravagant steering wheels, then GSI is present. Finnish purveyors of top-end wheel bases and force feedback pedals, Simucube, should be on your list to visit.

This is a partial list, more exhibitors are expected to be announced in the run-up to the event.

  • 3DRAP
  • Absolute Motorsport
  • Acelith
  • Actoracer
  • ADAC
  • Asetek SimSports
  • Ascher Racing
  • Automanix (AMX)
  • BavarianSimTec
  • BDH Race Simulator Hardware
  • Bundeswehr
  • ButtKicker
  • Cammus
  • Cooler Master
  • Conspit
  • Cube Controls
  • Delta Sim-Tech
  • Fachhochschule Dortmund (University of Applied Sciences and Arts)
  • GCOM360
  • Gomez Sim Industries (GSI)
  • Grid Finder
  • GTR Simulator
  • ImSim
  • Logitech
  • MME Sim Racing
  • Ntrio Concepts
  • Novus
  • The Racing Hub
  • P1Sim
  • Pagid Racing
  • ProSimu
  • RaceRoom Racing Experience
  • Racing Unleashed
  • Rennwelten
  • Sabelt Sim Racing
  • Simboostr
  • Sim Department
  • Simucube
  • Sim Motion
  • Sim-Lab
  • SimRaceShop (SRS)
  • SimRep Engineering
  • SimStaff
  • Simufy
  • Simulator Racing Pro (SRP)
  • Soelpec
  • Stefdan Morsch Stiftung
  • Thrustmaster
  • Top Speed Center
  • Trak Racer
  • TrackTime
  • Truck Grand Prix
  • Venym
  • Vognarf
  • Zeeem

Esports competitions

Unlike previous years, there are no in-person LAN sim racing esports competitions, but the event is still organising two competitions that will be live-streamed during the weekend. 

There is the iRacing Digital GT500 competition, with its final on Sunday 20th October where a €5,000 prize pool will be distributed.

Before then, the Asetek SimSports Community Trophy for non-professional drivers (using Assetto Corsa) is on the evening of Friday 18th October.

You can now qualify for the ADAC SimRacing Expo’s Asetek SimSports Community Trophy

Live stage

There will also be a live stage with presentations, interviews and panels. The line-up will be confirmed closer to the event.

Matze Brandt and Luke Crane are confirmed as hosts, with Alex Goldschmidt and Nicolas Hillebrand on commentary duties for the aforementioned esports competitions.

ADAC SimRacing Expo esports stage
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