The "phones have been running hot" ahead of the German grand prix, according to Hockenheim boss Georg Seiler.
That is because, before Germany's shocking 7-1 victory over Brazil in the recent world cup semi-final, the circuit was offering a bigger ticket discount every time the national team scored a goal.
"You can't even imagine it," Seiler smiled, "but I was pleased with every goal anyway.
"It's nice when we can do something good for the formula one fans," he told SID news agency.
Seiler said he is expecting a crowd of about 55,000 on Sunday.
It is F1's first visit to the Hockenheim since 2012, as per the alternating scheme with the Nurburgring.
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