Austria F1 tickets - Book tickets for the Red Bull Ring
F1 tickets Austria - Visit the Red Bull Ring!
F1 tickets for the Grand Prix in Austria can be booked online. Formula 1 enjoyed it's last Grand Prix in Austria in 2016 when Lewis Hamilton claimed victory at the Red Bull Ring. With just 40,000 grandstand seats available we advise you to book your Red Bull Ring tickets early.
Formula 1 at Spielberg
The Red Bull Ring, formerly known as the A1-Ring and Österreichring, makes a welcome return to the Formula 1 calendar in 2014. It will bring to an end a ten-year absence from the calendar, during which time modern venues have pushed aside more traditional tracks. Owned by the popular Austrian drinks firm, hence its name, the 4.3km layout has thrown up plenty of exciting races in the past. It is also remembered for Ferrari’s greatest team order controversy, with Rubens Barrichello reluctantly allowing Michael Schumacher through for victory back in 2002.
A lap with Formula 1 driver Gene at the Red Bull Ring
Accommodation and transport
Although the Red Bull Ring lacks the overhanging metropolis that most of its counterparts enjoy, there are still a sufficient number of hotels in the area. Popular local stopping points are the towns of Spielberg and Knittelfeld, situated around three miles away from the circuit. To reach the venue, there is a shuttle between Knittelfeld and the track every half an hour for the majority of the day, costing roughly five euros. If you wish to stay in a livelier location, Salzburg and Vienna offer more in the way of accommodation and nightlife, although both cities are about 200km away.
Popular Spielberg tickets
The Red Bull Ring offers a selection of grandstand and non-seated options for its return to the sport, all amid a beautiful backdrop of the Styrian Mountains. Importantly, the start-finish grandstand is the only covered vantage point, offering unrivalled views of the pit lane and grid. The grandstands situated on the exit of the first corner are also sure to be popular amongst fans, while the general admission areas are a cost-effective way of watching the action.