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“Super Saturday”: F1 Sprint and partying in the F1 Fan Zone

Act quickly and secure day tickets for the Austrian Grand Prix 2024 at Spielberg.

Fans attending the Red Bull Ring on 29th June 2024 are kindly advised to “please fasten your seatbelts”. Otherwise, they may expect some turbulence during the packed Formula 1 programme on ‘Super Saturday’. Within the space of five hours, Max Verstappen and his challengers will be springing into action several times. First, the world’s driver elite will be battling it out for victory and vital championship points in the sprint race.

After that, it’s on to qualifying for the best positions on the starting grid for Sunday’s Formula 1 Qatar Airways Großer Preis von Österreich. In between, fans will hardly have time to let their pulse rate return to normal, because the 2024 entertainment programme will be running in two fan zones.

DJ acts like Yarden Saxophone, MORTEN and Toby Romeo will be generating a throbbing disco atmosphere in the official F1 Fan Zone behind Turn 1 (Niki Lauda Curve). The Styria Village opposite the Red Bull Wing (Welcome Center) will be the place to be for those who prefer a more folksy style of music.

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„Austrian GP Winners“ at Legends Parade

On the weekend of 28th – 30th June, motorsport fans in their tens of thousands will be transforming the Red Bull Ring into a cauldron of emotions. If you want to share in the excitement of the ‘Holiday Grand Prix’, then you really need to act fast before the tickets sell out. There are still day tickets available for Friday (practice, sprint qualifying) and Saturday (sprint, qualifying).

And as an added bonus, a day ticket for Saturday also includes the Legends Parade which starts just after qualifying. The theme for this year’s extravaganza is ‘Austrian GP Winners’. Victors from the last five decades will be rocking up at the Red Bull Ring to bring half a century of motorsport history back to life.

LEGENDS PARADE 2024: Drivers and cars

  • Gerhard BERGER at the wheel of the Ferrari driven by race winner Michael Schumacher in 2002 (3.0 litres, 835 bhp)
  • David COULTHARD (GP winner in 2001) at the wheel of an RB1 from 2005 (3.0 litres, 900 bhp)
  • Emerson FITTIPALDI (GP winner in 1972) in his Lotus from 1972 (2.993 litres, 470 bhp)
  • Johnny HERBERT at the wheel of the race-winning Lotus driven by Elio de Angelis in 1982 (2.993 litres, 520 bhp)
  • RB8 from 2012 (2.4 litres, 900 bhp) – driver will follow shortly

 Other Austrian GP-winning cars on display in the F1 Fan Zone:

  • Lotus (2.993 litres, 480 hp) Grand Prix-winning car in 1978 (as driven by Ronnie Peterson)
  • RB14 (1.6 litres, 900 hp), Grand Prix-winning car in 2018 (as driven by Max Verstappen)

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