Austrian GP: Fans arriving at the race track

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS ABOUT F1

Below you will find answers to the most common questions you may have to the event. If you still can’t find the answer you are looking for, just contact us.

General event information

The Formula 1 Qatar Airways Großer Preis von Österreich 2024 will take place from 28 to 30 June.
Alongside Formula 1, there will also be Formula 2 and Formula 3 as well as Porsche Supercup races.

Motorsport events are noisy. We recommend you hearing protection during the event. It is recommended that children under the age of six are not brought to the event.

You will find the terms and conditions here.

Arrival & Parking

You can get to the race track quickly, inexpensively and relaxed by bus, train or bike. You can find an overview of all the options here or in the Red Bull Ring App under the tab “arrival”.

You should expect increades traffic on the race weekend, so we recommend arriving as early as possible or using public transport. More information on the different arrival options are available here or in the Red Bull Ring App under the tab “arrival”.

Ö3 will also keep you informed about the current traffic situation thoughout the race weekend. The free ASFINAG app provides all information about traffic jams, accidents, construction sites, closures and rest stops.

The parking lots will open one hour before the site opens. They are in the immediate walking distance. Please use the traffic control system and the staff members on site to orientate yourself when entering.
The parking spaces are free for visitors from Thursday to Sunday (except coaches, trucks and special parking spaces). You will find all informations for bus operators here.
You will find all information about the special parking spaces here. For the special parking spaces “P Special”, which are subject to a fee, you can travel from noth directions via Knittelfeld West, then follow the road signage for “VIP PARKING AREAS”.

The campsites are mostly open from Wednesday before the race weekend. To make your journey as stress-free as possible, click here for more information.

No.

Wheelchair users with tickets to the grandstand “Tribüne Start Ziel” will receive parking permits which let them drive all the way up to the Red Bull Ring. The wheelchair car park has an additional contact point where specially trained employees will be happy to help you with anything you may need. “Tribüne Start Ziel” has a wheelchair ramp and disabled toilets on the same level as the grandstand seats. If you have any questions in advance, please contact +43 (01) 796 94 90 or support@gpticketshop.com.

There are three parking spaces available. All information about arrival to the Red Bull Ring by bicycle as well as a site plan can be found here.

Yes. All information about arrival to the Red Bull Ring by motorcycle can be found here. The central motorcycle parking lot near P4 has biker lockers. All equipment can be handed in for a fee of 15 euros*. This will be stored in its own box (50x40x40cm) until it is picked up.

Opening hours biker lockers:

  • Thursday: 12:00 to 20:00
  • Friday: 7:30 to 20:00
  • Saturday: 7:30 to 20:00
  • Sunday: 6:30 to 18:00

No.

No.
No.

Camping

Yes. All informations (arrival, supermarket shuttle, etc) can be found here.

Yes, there will be a Spar supermarket shuttle. You can find the stops marked on the site map.

Cashless

You can make cashless payments everywhere at the Red Bull Ring. In many places only cashless payment is possible. All major credit and debit cards are accepted, as well as cashless cards.

It is advisable to use cashless payment, as only cashless payment is possible in many places on the Red Bull Ring site. At some sales stands, such as the Fan Shop Red Bull Ring, it is possible to pay with cash.

Items

You can find a list of all permitted and prohibited items here.
You can take plastic bottles and drink cans (in reasonable quantities for personal consumption) with you to the event site. All kind of alcoholic beverages are prohibited. You can find a list of all permitted and prohibited items here.

Cameras and digital cameras may only be taken to the grandstands if they are no larger than a standard SLR camera with a standard lens up to a maximum focal length of 180mm or a maximum lens length of 20cm. Professional television or video cameras as well as devices for professional sound recording are prohibited.

Prohibited photo equipment at the grandstand: photo cases, photo bags, photo backpacks, monopods and multi-legged tripods, telephoto lenses over 180mm focal length and 20cm longer (from camera, incl. lens hood). This regulation applies only to grandstands and does not apply to standing areas and fan zone. You can find a list of all permitted and prohibited items here.

Yes. You can find a list of all permitted and prohibited items here.

No. You can find a list of all permitted and prohibited items here.

No. You can find a list of all permitted and prohibited items here.

Bulky, large (sport) bags or suitcases are prohibited for access to the stands. All items of luggage larger than A3 that cannot be stowed under the seat are considered bulky within the meaning of this provision. You can find a list of all permitted and prohibited items here.

Pyrotechnic articles of all kind are prohibited. In general, the bringing in of fireworks, smoke bombs, incendiary devices, sticks, poles, garden and other large umbrellas, glass bottles, stones, stabbing, cutting and slashing objects as well as weapons of all kinds are prohibited. You can find a list of all permitted and prohibited items here.

Yes. The central motorcycle parking lot near P4 has biker lockers. All equipment can be handed in for a fee of 15 euros*. This will be stored in its own box (50x40x40cm) until it is picked up.Biker cloakroom opening hours:

  • Thursday: 12:00 to 20:00
  • Friday: 7:30 to 20:00
  • Saturday: 7:30 to 20:00
  • Sunday: 6:30 to 18:00

*Card payment possible

It is not permitted to bring (domestic) animals to the event. You can find a list of all permitted and prohibited items here.

Contact

For further information you can give us a call +43 3577 202 or send us an e-mail: information@redbullring.com

Our Lost & Found Service at the Red Bull Ring provides you with help.

Emergency

If you need help, dial 133 or 112. Police officers will be send to you immediately. The mor specific your information about your location is, the faster the police can be on site.

It is always best to dial 133 or 112. But of course the police are also in site. The officials are on the race site themselves and there is a seperate police station directly at the Welcome Center.

Whenever you need the support or intervention of the police or want to report something.

Programme

Detailed information about the programme can be found here or via the Red Bull Ring App under the tab “programme”

Yes. You can find details of the broadcasting dates in your local TV listings. On site, you will have the opportunity to watch the races on large screens at the Red Bull Ring as well as online.
Audio description (acoustic description of images) will be available for blind and visually impaired visitors. Experienced hosts will comment on the events on the track and will ensure that blind and visually impaired visitors do not miss out on anything and can experience an entertaining race weekend. The audio description will be broadcast on the frequency 94.2 MHz.
With the LiveVoice App you will be able to follow all training sessions, qualifying sessions and racing decisions as well as the other racing series live. You will find more information and the download link here.
You can find the full programme in the Red Bull Ring app under the tab “programme” or here.

Yes.

Opening hours F1 Fan Zone & Steiermark Village:
Thursday: 12:00 – 20:00
Friday: 08:00 – 22:30
Saturday: 07:00 – 22:30
Sunday: 07:00 – 20:00

No.

Fans can look forward to a superb entertainment at the F1 Fan Zone and Steiermark Village. To the programme.

Tickets

No.

Only holders of a valid F1 weekend ticket who have also bought a Pit Lane Walk ticket have access. The Pit Lane Walk will take place on Thursday 27th June 2024 from 15:20. Admission is from 13:30 at the grandstand Start Ziel (sectors K-A). You will find the key information at-a-glance here.

You can buy tickets here. The tickets are offered as print@home tickets, which will be sent to you by E-mail.

Yes, your child needs a ticket. The child must not have celebrated its 15th birthday on the day of the race and must be accompanied by an adult with a valid ticket. You can find all information about the tickets here.

The box offices are open. Please note that tickets will be sold accordingly to respective availability.

Opening hours:

  • Thursday: 12:00 – 18:00 (fan zone & main office)
  • Friday: 08:00 – 18:00 (all box offices)
  • Saturday: 08:00 – 18:00 (all box offices)
  • Sunday: 08:00 – 15:00 (all box offices)
If you need any help before the race weekend, please contact the support +43 (01) 796 94 90 or support@gpticketshop.com. On the race weekend, contact the employees at the box office directly.

Opening hours:

  • Thursday: 12:00 – 18:00 (fan zone & main office)
  • Friday: 08:00 – 18:00 (all box offices)
  • Saturday: 08:00 – 18:00 (all box offices)
  • Sunday: 08:00 – 15:00 (all box offices)

Your general admission ticket gives you access to the Red Bull Ring, the general admission area and the F1 Fan Zone as well as the Steiermark Village.

Yes.

Grandstands

All grandstands are open. You can find an overview plan here.
All grandstand seats are numbered. You will find the information about your seat on your valid Formula 1 ticket.