Red Bull Ring

Upcoming Track Days - Red Bull Ring

Date Circuit / Layout Organiser Cost
July 2019
+ Saturday
06 July 2019
Red Bull Ring
FULL Circuit
Wheeltorque.eu
€345
Book
Session Type: sessioned (6 sessions)
Restrictions: NO
Requirements: 123dB
Track Day Type: Track Day Car Day
+ Saturday
06 July 2019
Red Bull Ring
EYBIS.com
€239
Book
Session Type: sessioned (6 sessions)
Track Day Type: Track Day Bike Day
+ Sunday
07 July 2019
Red Bull Ring
FULL Circuit
Wheeltorque.eu
€345
Book
Session Type: sessioned (6 sessions)
Restrictions: NO
Requirements: 123dB
Track Day Type: Track Day Car Day
+ Sunday
07 July 2019
Red Bull Ring
EYBIS.com
€239
Book
Session Type: sessioned (6 sessions)
Track Day Type: Track Day Bike Day
September 2019
+ Tuesday
03 September 2019
Red Bull Ring
4.318 KM / F1 layout
kR-Motorsports
£Coming soon…
Book
Session Type: OPEN PITLANE / No Groups
Restrictions: open
Skill Level: ADVANCED
Notes: Garage available, refreshments, lunch, coaching, transport, hotel recommendation
Track Day Type: Track Day Car Day
+ Wednesday
04 September 2019
Red Bull Ring
4.318 KM / F1 layout
kR-Motorsports
£Coming soon…
Book
Session Type: OPEN PITLANE / No Groups
Restrictions: open
Skill Level: ADVANCED
Notes: Garage available, refreshments, lunch, coaching, transport, hotel recommendation
Track Day Type: Track Day Car Day
November 2019
+ Thursday
07 November 2019
Red Bull Ring
GP
Kateyama Sagl
€1550
Book
Session Type: OPEN PIT LANE
Restrictions: NO
Requirements: F.3, F. Renault, F.4
Skill Level: ADVANCED
Notes: GARAGE AVAILABLE
Track Day Type: Test Day Car Day
+ Friday
08 November 2019
Red Bull Ring
GP
Kateyama Sagl
€1550
Book
Session Type: OPEN PIT LANE
Restrictions: NO
Requirements: F.3, F. Renault, F.4
Skill Level: ADVANCED
Notes: GARAGE AVAILABLE
Track Day Type: Test Day Car Day

Address

Red Bull Ring Str. 1
Spielberg
8724

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Red Bull Ring - Track Guide

The Red Bull Ring race circuit was founded as Österreichring and hosted the Formula One Austruan GP for 18 consecutive years. It was later shortened, rebuilt and renamed the A1-Ring, and it hosted the Austrian Grand Prix again to 2003. When Formula One outgrew the circuit, a plan was drawn up to extend the layout. Parts of the circuit, including the pits and main grandstand, were demolished, but construction work was stopped and the circuit remained unusable for several years before it was purchased by  Red Bull’s Dietrich Mateschitz and rebuilt. Renamed the Red Bull Ring the track was reopened on 15 May 2011.

Red Bull Ring - Media Gallery