A SILVER ticket entitles you to enter the four natural grandstands B, D, E and G, between which you can walk freely. You are not allowed to access passage through tunnels under the track (neither the Tunnel Start nor the Tunnel Schwantz).
Each natural stand has its own facilities including a refreshment stalls and promotional items. Visitors coming on motorcycles can use parking directly at the banked area D. Big TV screens are available in front of areas D and G.
To enter the circuit, use gates B, D, E and G. You cannot use a main gate to enter.
The grandstand lies at the entrance to the fifth turn, following a significant downhill ride, where the riders must break hard. On the stand there is all the background for fans – sanitary facilities, refreshments, and the basic range of merchandising. There is no large-screen screen in front of the grandstand B.
The grandstand C is one of the most attractive ones. It has a breath-taking view of four turns of the Brno Circuit, which form a section of the track known as 'Stadion'. It is the most attractive part of the track which does not lack tough fights, overtaking or falls. This tribune has all the necessary facilities, including concession stands and toilets. Spectators have at their disposal three big-screen TVs during Grand Prix events.
The grandstand D extends over the entire length of the descent to the so-called Schwantz curve and is a cheaper alternative to the most popular grandstand C. The Northwest side of the tribune offers an ideal view of the last two turns of the stadium. In the southeast, viewers can watch the rider coming in a difficult bend that was named after the legendary Kevin Schwantz, who had severely crashed in it, and his motorbike burned. At this grandstand, there are two large-screen screens during the Grand Prix.
The grandstand lies directly opposite the Schwantz curve. It has a good view of the lowest point of the track and the two closest bends. During the Grand Prix there is a large-screen TV opposite the grandstand.