F1 Hungary Budapest 2024

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HUNGARY GP 2024 – Hungaroring Circuit – En


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Live the Great Experience of the Formula 1

The Hungarian Grand Prix takes place at the Hungaroring circuit, located in Mogyoród, near Budapest, Hungary. Surrounded by the captivating beauty of the Hungarian landscape, this permanent circuit offers a unique experience by combining the intensity of Formula 1 races with the rich culture and history of Hungary. Budapest, the vibrant Hungarian capital, with its historic landmarks, thermal baths, and impressive architecture, adds a distinctive touch to the experience, making the Hungarian Grand Prix an event that goes beyond the excitement on the track.

  1. Super Gold, Gold 1, Gold 2, and Silver 2 Grandstands: these grandstands provide the perfect privileged position to witness the thrilling start of the race. From here, spectators have the opportunity to observe how the race cars reach their highest speeds. With unparalleled views, these grandstands offer an exceptional experience for Formula 1 enthusiasts, capturing the intensity of the competition’s beginning from the center of the event.
  2. Gold 3 y Gold 4 Grandstands: located at the end of the main straight, these grandstands offer a privileged view of one of the most thrilling moments of the circuit. From these locations, spectators can witness how the drivers tackle one of the tight corners of the circuit. The deceleration and precise maneuvers of the drivers in this section of the circuit make these grandstands provide a unique and exhilarating experience during the Hungarian Grand Prix.
  3. Bronze 2, Bronze 1 y Super Bronze Grandstands: located strategically to provide stunning views of a sweeping turn at the Hungaroring circuit. From these vantage points, you’ll witness how the drivers tackle this critical section, showcasing their skill and ability with each lap. Furthermore, after this turn, you’ll have the opportunity to observe how the race cars navigate through the chicane of the circuit, adding excitement to the competition.
  4. Silver 5 Grandstand: it provides an ideal view to witness the entry and exit of the single-seaters from a straight section of the circuit, allowing you to enjoy the excitement of the high-speed race.
  5. Silver 3 and Silver 6 Grandstands: they provide a privileged position to enjoy the last turn of the circuit, which is one of the most prominent and crucial sections of the track. From these locations, spectators can witness the skill of the drivers as they face this curve, providing exciting moments during the race.
  6. Red Bull, Silver 4, Silver 1, Podium, and Grid Grandstands: located at the beginning of the main straight, these grandstands provide a unique perspective of the last turn of the circuit and allow spectators to witness how the single-seaters accelerate to maximum speed on the main straight. Particularly, Silver 4 and Podium grandstands rise above the others, offering superior and panoramic views that enhance the race experience.

The Hungaroring Circuit has a length of approximately 4.381 kilometers.

The number of laps in the Hungarian Grand Prix may vary depending on the FIA rules and the season’s calendar. Generally, around 70 laps are completed in the Hungarian Grand Prix.

The Hungarian Grand Prix is a Formula 1 race that has been part of the calendar since 1986. The Hungaroring circuit, located in Mogyoród, near Budapest, has been the venue for this competition since its inception. Various drivers and teams have left their mark on the history of the Hungarian Grand Prix, contributing to the legacy of this competition. The Hungaroring track, known for its technical and challenging design, has witnessed thrilling moments that have captured the attention of Formula 1 fans worldwide.

Yes, due to the high speed of Formula 1 cars and the noise generated by the engines at the Hungaroring circuit, attendees are advised to use hearing protection, such as earplugs, to enjoy the event safely and comfortably.

Paddock Club

  • Race viewing from the team garages located on the main straight of the circuit
  • Giant screen broadcasting the race live
  • Live interviews with Formula 1 drivers and ambassadors at the start and end of the race
  • Thrilling walk in the Aramco F1 pit lane
  • Global and local cuisine with live culinary performances by renowned chefs
  • Premium beverage bar with a wide variety
  • Guided tour on a drivers’ parade truck for a guided lap around the track
  • Racing simulators, live music, and local cultural experiences


Price: from 149 €

19 - 21 July

Hungaroring Circuit - Mogyoród

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The 2024 Hungarian Grand Prix will take place at Hungaroring, a circuit that has left an indelible mark on motorsport. Since its inclusion in the Formula 1 calendar in 1986, Hungaroring has captivated enthusiasts worldwide, becoming an annual event that draws crowds.

Located in the vicinity of Budapest, Hungary, Hungaroring presents a unique challenge for drivers with its technical design and sharp curves. This permanent circuit has gained a reputation as a venue where skill and strategy are tested in every lap, from tight turns to high-speed straights.

Immerse yourself in an experience that combines the thrill of speed with the beauty of the Hungarian landscape and the rich culture of Budapest. Embark on the unique atmosphere of Hungaroring, where the passion for Formula 1 intertwines with the history of a challenging circuit for the world’s top drivers. Get your tickets for the 2024 Hungarian Grand Prix now!