MotoGP racing at the Red Bull Ring is back for the 2024 season.
Book your trip to the stunning Styrian Mountains for one of the most thrilling MotoGP races in the calendar!
Dating back to 1971, when the MotoGP Austria Grand Prix took place at the Salzburgring In 1995 the track was deemed too dangerous. After a brief spell at the Österreichring, Austria didn't host MotoGP for 19 long years until 2016 when the Red Bull Ring was unveiled in the stunning backdrop of the Styrian Mountains.
Even in the modern era drama and danger is still never far away, and following a few nasty incidents as the riders took on the long uphill stretch towards the acute turn three, a new chicane was installed to slow the bikes down earlier, and promote even more overtaking at this hair-raising track.
In 2023's race Ducati's Francesco Bagnaia held off a strong early charge from KTM's Brad Binder to lead home the South African at his team's home race. Fans packing the grandstands were treated to a brilliant view of the new action zone, as the stand stretches along the outside of the chicane. Thanks to the immense elevation of the Red Bull Ring circuit, fans in most grandstands are able to see across huge portions of the track and some of the best views of any race on the calendar.
Austria is also a great place to see the Moto2 and Moto3 riders show what they can do in their quest to reach the top.
Tickets for the 2024 Austrian MotoGP are now on sale, with excellent grandstand and general admission options located throughout the circuit.