At the Red Bull Ring the scent of decades of exciting motorsport history lingers in the air. From 1963 until 2003, the spectacular Formula One races first took place at the Zeltweg airfield and then on what is now the Red Bull Ring. Jochen Rindt, Niki Lauda, Alain Prost and Michael Schumacher all raced at top speed around this legendary track. Since the launch of the Red Bull Ring in April 2011, Spielberg has been host to a new era of motorsport, and is now rewriting history yet again.
The Red Bull Ring is a racetrack that resembles an adventure park, which has been homologised by the FIA as "Grade A". The length of 4.3 km corresponds to the Grand Prix circuit from 1996 until 2003. Two junctions on the racetrack enable a division in the northern and southern stretches.
A special feature of the racetrack are the differences in elevation (maximum uphill grade 12%, maximum downhill grade 9.3%).