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F1 Fan Zone & Steiermark Village: Experiences off the race track

Motorsport fans can expect a full programme of entertainment in two dedicated fan zones.

In the middle of the first triple-header of the season between Barcelona and Silverstone, the big show of the premier motorsport class will take place at the Red Bull Ring this weekend. The official F1 Fan Zone in the area behind Turn 1 (Niki Lauda Kurve) will be home to a whole host of entertainment options across the entire racing weekend. DJ acts including  Yarden Saxophone, Fedde Le Grand, Fast Boy, MORTEN and Toby Romeo will ensure heart rates remain high off the race track, while more traditional music performances will be held in the Steiermark Village opposite the Welcome Center. Among other things, “Die Aufgeiger” and “Pagger Buam” will be on stage.

Get ready for a jam-packed programme – and not just on the main event stages in each of the Fan Zones. In the F1 Fan Zone and the Steiermark Village, you’ll find exciting challenges such as

  • F1® Sim Racing 
  • F1® LED Pit Stop Challenge
  • F1® Driver Selfie
  • Virtual Pit Tours

If you’ve ever wanted to stand in a Formula 1 wind tunnel, be sure to stop by the F1® Blast Lane. In addition, you’ll be able to do a bungy jump from a height of 65 metres and feel the ultimate adrenaline rush.

Display of historic vehicles

An absolute must-see for fans of historic racing cars is this year’s car display. Alongside a selection of bikes and vehicles from our Red Bull Ring fleet, you’ll also be able to feast your eyes on legendary formula 1 cars vehicles like the Lotus 79 of Ronnie Peterson (winner of the 1978 Austrian GP) and the RB14 of Max Verstappen (winner of the 2018 Austrian GP). So head to the F1 Fan Zone and marvel at these ‘legends’ up close.

Legends Parade 2024: Participating vehicles and drivers at a glance

  • Gerhard BERGER in Michael Schumacher’s winning Ferrari (2002 / 3,000 cc / 835 hp)
  • David COULTHARD (GP winner 2001) in the RB1 (2005 / 3,000 cc / 900 hp)
  • Emerson FITTIPALDI (GP winner 1972) in his Lotus (1972 / 2,993 cc / 470 hp)
  • Johnny HERBERT in Elio de Angelis’ winning Lotus (1982 / 2,993 cc / 520 hp)
  • Patrick FRIESACHER in the RB8 (2012 / 2.400 cc / 900 hp)

There will of course also be places for a culinary pit stop in both the F1 Fan Zone and the Steiermark Village. All food trucks also serve vegan food.

Opening hours F1 Fan Zone and Steiermark Village:

Thursday: 12:00 – 20:00
Friday: 08:00 – 22:30
Saturday: 07:00 – 22:30
Sunday: 07:00 – 20:00
More information about Legends Parade and Legends Tent

Phenomenal side acts at the Red Bull Ring

One entertainment sensation after another awaits you in the F1 Fan Zone. At the Meet the Drivers session, the F1 drivers and team bosses will be answering questions from presenter Karina Toth. Max Verstappen, Sergio Pérez and Christian Horner will obviously be star attractions. It’s going to be a great opportunity to takes selfies. The best chance to get autographs comes on Sunday morning at the Styrian Green Carpet event in front of the Red Bull Ring Welcome Center.

But back to the F1 Fan Zone, where Arunas Gibieža (Aras for short) will be performing some unique tricks during the course of his ARAS Freestyle Show. The 31-year-old Lithuanian is one of the world’s top motorbike stunt riders. What he can do on his Kawasaki Ninja 636 is simply incredible and a must-see. At the Football Freestyle Show, you’ll get EURO24 vibes. What football freestylers Arnaud ‘Séan’ Garnier and Jasmin Janssen do with the ball will leave you wide-eyed and open-mouthed.

Football Freestyle Show:
14:00 – 14:30: F1 Fan Zone

12:00 – 12:30: F1 Fan Zone
14:32 – 14:41: Grid (with special guest Pascal Siakam)

Programme: F1 Fan Zone and Steiermark Village

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