Since returning in 2014, the Austrian Grand Prix has carved out a popular niche on the European F1 calendar. The race at the Red Bull Ring is well organised, the locals are hospitable and the setting is spectacular. Join us for the 2019 Austrian Grand Prix!
Here's the best places to watch at the Red Bull Ring on 27-30 June, 2019
With a privileged position overlooking the start line (see main picture above), the Champions Club is the place to be at the Red Bull Ring in 2019! Get treated to gourmet hospitality and all-day open bar, plus a guest appearance by a current or legendary F1 driver, guided tour of the Formula 1 Paddock and more! Get Champions Club access at the Red Bull Ring.
Formula 1 Paddock Club™
The best seats in the house! The Paddock Club is located right above the pits, putting you in the heart of the action on race weekend. Guests enjoy fine dining and open bars, plus a daily Pit Lane Walk and more. Friday access to the Formula 1 Paddock Club is available with Premier Ticket Packages, while Paddock Club and Legend Ticket Packages offer 2- or 3-Day Access.
The Main Grandstand at the Red Bull Ring was fully rebuilt ahead of the Austrian Grand Prix returning to the F1 calendar in 2014, including the addition of the “Voestalpine Wing” above the stand, which houses the media centre and is shaped like the rear wing of an F1 car! Soak up the best atmosphere of the weekend from the Main Grandstand, including all the pits action, the race start and post-race podium celebrations. Seats in the Main Grandstand are included with Hero Ticket Packages.
Red Bull Grandstand
The biggest grandstand at the Red Bull Ring begins at the exit of Turn 1 (section A) and continues up the hill towards turn 2 (to the furthest section P). Most seats in the Red Bull Grandstand have good panoramic views, especially seats in the higher sections opposite the Mitte (or Middle) part of the circuit. The Red Bull Grandstand is also close to the F1 Fanzone area. Starter Ticket Packages include a seat in section L, M, N, O or P section of Red Bull, while Trophy Packages and Premier Ticket Packages include a seat in section B closer to Turn 1 (pictured above).
Even if you’ve got a grandstand seat or Paddock Club access for the weekend, we still recommend going for a walk to explore this majestic circuit. The best day to do this is on Friday, when there are less spectators and easier access to the best vantage points. The best General Admission areas are at the top of the circuit, from Remus (Turn 3) to Rauch (Turn 4). The entry to Rindt (Turn 9) is also a great place to watch the cars right on the edge. Don’t forget to wear comfortable shoes! Access to General Admission is included with all ticket packages.