Austrian Grand Prix, Spielberg, Red Bull Ring
Race date 10 July 2022
Our Covid-19 guarantee. Should this event be cancelled due to coronavirus, you will be entitled to a full refund so book with confidence.
Single occupancy rooms available at a supplement.
Full payment required at time of booking.
Bronze – general entry
Silver – Lauda / Schlossgold
Gold – Straight / Pit lane
Price on application for weekend tickets.
COACH & BUS
Free shuttle buses are expected to run between the circuit and Knittelfeld train station and another service will operate between Judenburg bus station.
- Bus station Judenburg (Postgasse)- Red Bull Ring (Friday to Sunday)
08:00 – 20:00 every 30 minutes
- Train station Knittelfeld – Red Bull Ring (Friday to Sunday)
08:00 – 20:00 every 20 minutes
There will also be a night service on Saturday with busses serving Judenberg every 60 minutes and Knittelfeld every 30 minutes. These services will run until midnight, allowing you to visit the local towns following the on-track action.
National bus service EVENTBUS operates a variety of routes from all over Austria, including stops at Salzburg and Vienna. Visit the EVENTBUS website for more information.
The most convenient train station to the Red Bull Ring is Knittelfeld. Most major cities in Austria offer services running to Knittelfeld. The Leisure ticket Styria (“Freizeit-Ticket”) is a 1-day ticket for the entire province of Styria and is valid either on a Saturday or on a Sunday. It costs EUR 11 per day and can be booked 1 month prior to the event. Please note, it is only valid in regional trains.
More information about the frequency and prices of these trains can be found on the OEBB website. From the train station you can transfer onto shuttle buses to take you directly to the track.
If travelling from Graz, the journey to Knittelfeld takes around 1 hour 30 minutes with some services requiring a change at Bruck an der Mur. Trains run approximately once an hour.