Anreise von Fans


On the weekend, the approach roads to the Red Bull Ring along with most of the main transport routes in Austria are fully open.

Vienna / East Austria: S6 –St. Michael junction – S36

Graz / South Styria: A2 – Bad St. Leonhard – B78 Obdach – Weißkirchen in der Steiermark or 
A9 – Gleinalmtunnel* – St. Michael junction – S36
Construction site, please expect delays!

Salzburg: A10 – B96 – St. Michael im Lungau – Tamsweg – Murau – Judenburg

Upper Austria: A9 – Bosrucktunnel* – Trieben – B114 – Triebener Tauern – Pöls – via Judenburg or
A9 – Bosrucktunnel* – St. Michael junction – S36
Construction site, please expect delays!

Carinthia: B317 – Neumarkter Sattel – Judenburg – S36 or B78 – Weißkirchen in der Steiermark (then follow local signs)

Schladming / Selzthal region: B320 – Liezen – B113 – Trieben (not the A9) – B114 – Triebener Tauern – Pöls – via Judenburg to the Red Bull Ring (follow local signs)

*ATTENTION: Toll tunnel – you can book here your digital toll in advance. 


  • The early bird catches the worm: Please note that you should expect extensive traffic volumes at the time of your arrival. We therefore recommend trying to arrive before 07:30.
  • With the Red Bull Ring App acting a loyal travel companion there are numerous advantages when it comes to arriving at the circuit. The app allows users to calculate their arrival route, and when you leave the circuit, the Find my Car feature will help you to find where you parked your car or motorcycle in a matter of seconds – as you want to use all your precious time at the Red Bull Ring for as many thrilling experiences as possible, after all! All the information about the app can be found here.
  • Traffic reports on Hitradio Ö3 radio station provide regular updates on the current traffic situation. The Austrian motor-way operator ASFINAG‘s free app, too, offers comprehensive information regarding traffic jams, accidents, roadworks, closed roads and rest areas.
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