MotoGP Austria 2024

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AUSTRIA MOTOGP 2024 – Red Bull Ring – En


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Live the Great Experience of the MotoGP

The Austrian Grand Prix is held at the Red Bull Ring, located in Spielberg, Styria, Austria. This circuit stands out for its picturesque surroundings and challenging layout, offering both riders and fans a unique experience in MotoGP. The Red Bull Ring is an exhilarating venue, with its technical design, challenging curves, and strategic straights. Situated amidst the majestic hills of Styria, the circuit provides breathtaking views and an electrifying atmosphere during races. The Styria region, with its rural charm and hospitality, adds a special touch to the event, creating a unique fusion between the excitement of MotoGP and the natural beauty of Spielberg.

  1. A – P Start Ziel Grandstands: positioned along the main straight of the circuit, these grandstands offer spectators a privileged view of the MotoGP motorcycle starts and their dizzying speeds on each lap. Situated in one of the circuit’s fastest sections, this location allows fans to experience the excitement and intensity of the competition up close as drivers accelerate towards the first corner of the track.
  2. C – J Red Bull Grandstands: strategically positioned along the straight following the first corner of the circuit, these grandstands are characterized by being part of the longest straight, making it a high-speed section and scene of numerous overtakings. From these grandstands, fans can witness the excitement and skill of the drivers up close as they compete to improve their positions on the track.
  3. Valentino Rossi Fan Club Grandstand: this grandstand is located at the end of the second straight of the circuit, providing spectators with an exceptional perspective of how drivers reduce their speed at high speeds to tackle one of the circuit’s tight corners. From this grandstand, fans can enjoy a close and thrilling view of the skill and prowess of the drivers as they face one of the circuit’s most demanding challenges.
  4. Schönberg Grandstand: located in the center of a prominent straight of the circuit, it offers spectators a privileged perspective of how motorcycles enter and exit one of the fastest sections of the track.
  5. Nord Grandstand: surrounding the iconic Schlossgold Curve, a wide and tight bend of the circuit. From this privileged position, spectators can closely appreciate the mastery of the drivers as they face this challenging curve. The Nord Grandstand provides an exceptional view that allows observing how they tackle the curve with precision and skill, demonstrating their prowess in navigating one of the circuit’s most significant and technical corners.
  6. T8 Grandstand: it is strategically located after the eighth curve of the circuit, at the beginning of an exciting straight. From this privileged position, spectators can closely witness how the drivers approach the eighth curve and then accelerate rapidly along the straight.
  7. T10 Grandstands: situated between the penultimate and last curves of the circuit, providing spectators with an exciting perspective of the outcome of each lap. From this strategic point, fans can witness how the motorcycles tackle the final two curves of the circuit and head towards the finish line with determination and speed.

The Red Bull Ring has a length of approximately 4.318 kilometers.

The number of laps in the MotoGP Austrian Grand Prix may vary according to FIM regulations and the season’s calendar. Typically, around 28 to 30 laps are completed at the Red Bull Ring during the MotoGP race.

The first race of the Austrian Motorcycle Grand Prix took place in the 1971 season. Throughout its different editions, some of the most prominent riders have left their mark on this competition. Among them, Italian Giacomo Agostini and Spanish Ángel Nieto, who share the record for victories in this event, both with six triumphs. With a legacy dating back over five decades, the Austrian Grand Prix has witnessed exciting races and memorable moments in the world of motorcycle racing.

Yes, due to the noise generated by the powerful MotoGP motorcycles, spectators are advised to use hearing protection, such as earplugs, to enjoy the race safely and comfortably.

VIP Steier Club

  • Seat in the main grandstand
  • Fully air-conditioned relaxation areas
  • Indoor and outdoor lounge seating
  • Open bar offers draft beer, wine, and soft drinks
  • All-day catering


Price: from 120 €

16 - 18 August

Red Bull Ring - Spielberg

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The Red Bull Ring circuit, home to the Austrian Grand Prix, stands out as a unique natural environment that blends the speed and excitement of MotoGP with the beauty of its alpine landscapes.

Since its reintroduction to the calendar in 2016, the Spielberg circuit has gained recognition for its technical and challenging design. Surrounded by the majestic mountains of Styria, the Red Bull Ring offers drivers a track that mixes fast straights with technical corners, providing fans with an unparalleled experience amidst stunning natural surroundings.

Get ready to experience Formula 1 at its finest and immerse yourself in the excitement of the Austrian Grand Prix. Get your tickets for the 2024 Austrian Grand Prix now!