The Red Bull Ring lies at the heart of Styria. Even back in 1969, when it was still the Österreichring, it was renowned as an extremely fast track. Long after it had disappeared from the Formula 1 calendar, premier races were once again held on the track known as the A1 Ring from 1997 to 2003. Following an extensive period of refurbishment, the circuit was reopened as the Red Bull Ring in May 2011. With its stop-and-go character, the Red Bull Ring is a veritable challenge for every driver. Elevations and slopes offer exciting diversity and the breathtaking location is well worth a visit in itself.
|-||Circuit length||4.3 km|
|-||Number of bends||7|
|-||Difference in elevation||n/a|
|-||Circuit width||12–13 m|