The Red Bull Ring is a 4.3 km racing circuit located in the Styrian mountains in Austria, known for its tight and twisty corners and fast straights. It is used for both professional and amateur racing events.
Nearest track of a similar category is Hungaroring (340 kilometers away).
The Red Bull Ring has hosted Formula 1, DTM, F2, and F3 races since 1997.
The circuit was originally known as the Österreichring and hosted the Formula 1 Austrian Grand Prix between 1970 and 1987.
The Red Bull Ring is the shortest circuit on the Formula 1 calendar, with a length of 4.3 kilometres.
The circuit is located in the mountainous Styrian region of Austria and is one of the highest race circuits in Europe.
The circuit has the most significant change in elevation of any track on the Formula 1 calendar.
The Red Bull Ring is the only circuit to host two Formula 1 races in one season: the 2020 Austrian Grand Prix and the 2021 Styrian Grand Prix.
The circuit is home to the world-renowned Spielberg Film Museum, which houses one of the largest collections of film memorabilia in the world.
The Red Bull Ring hosted the first ever Night Races in the history of Formula 1 in 2020.
The Red Bull Ring is the only circuit in the world named after an energy drink.
The circuit contains three F1-grade corners, two of which were specifically added during the circuit’s redesign in 2011.