Fans arriving at the Red Bull Ring


The Red Bull Ring in the heart of Styria is considered internationally as an infrastructural gem against an idyllic natural backdrop. It’s an image that’s not taken for granted in Spielberg. Instead, people actively take responsibility to protect and maintain the spectacular landscape.

With the “Nimm’s Radl” (Take your Bike) campaign in 2014, the Red Bull Ring put in place an important measure to improve mobility both on and around the circuit. It has been expanded over the years to sustainably reduce the carbon footprint of the spectators who travel to the motorsport events every year.

Since 2022, the “Nimm’s Shuttle” (Take the Shuttle) campaign has been an attractive alternative to the car. Visitors travelling to the race track can make use of cross-regional bus transfers from six states. Furthermore, there are free shuttles between Knittelfeld station and the Red Bull Ring.

The carbon footprint of the Red Bull Ring is calculated annually. This serves to identify opportunities to minimise emissions and implement them.

Environmental measures