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Red Bull Ring Classics 2023: Friday in the rear-view mirror

The Red Bull Ring Classics is a motor racing blast from the past. Tickets are available from the box office at the circuit.

Sunday is Fathers’ Day, and if you still haven’t bought a present for the senior male of your household, we have the solution for you! Take him along to the Red Bull Ring Classics at the Red Bull Ring. It will be an experience that you will both (or all) remember for a long time. Tickets for Saturday and Sunday are available on site at the box office, open daily from 08.00 a.m. The program makes every fan’s heart beat faster.

Friday was the opening day of this long weekend, and there was already a great turnout of motorsport fans on the main grandstand as well as in the paddock and the Fan Zone. They were rewarded with a genuine feeling of being transported back to the ‘good old days’ – a time when by no means everything was better, but the whole sport seemed less complicated. The air smelled of petrol and tyre rubber again, the occasion was action-packed and the cheering from the stands was passionate – ingredients for a rousing Red Bull Ring Classics.

Programme Red Bull Ring Classics

Experience the Service Road Tour

You get to see some truly amazing cars, both in action on the track and up close in the paddock which is open to the public – admission is included in the price of your ticket. Another MUST for fans is the Service Road Tour. This is your opportunity to see these museum exhibits at close quarters, back on the race track where they belong. The Service Road Tour will also be available on Saturday and Sunday starting at 09.00 a.m. You can book your seats at the mobile fan shop on the forecourt of the Driving Centre.

Right through to the end of Sunday, you can watch racing series such as the Boss GP or the CanAm & Sportscars at Spielberg. The Golden Era Touring Cars, the Alfa Revival Cup and the Group C Supercup are also on the bill. The programme of events is rounded off by show runs of top-class vehicles with prominent racing drivers such as three-time Le Mans winner Marco Werner in the cockpit.

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