Hermann Tilke, a world-renowned designer of race tracks was awarded the task of designing the new Red Bull Ring. All the buildings were designed by architecture office Domenig & Wallner.

A special feature of the Red Bull Ring are its elevation changes as well as the unique views of the track they allow.

Name of race track: Red Bull Ring
Length of track: 4.318 km
Number of corners: 10
Elevation: 677 m above sea level
Change in elevation: 65 m
Maximum incline: 12 %
Maximum decline: 9,3 %
Track width: 12-13 m
Number of laps: 71
Total distance: 306.58 km
Lap record: 1:05,619 Carlos Sainz (2020)
First Grand Prix: 1970

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This track lives in great symbiosis with the architecture and landscape. I know of no other course in the world that is so magnificently nestled into an attractive surrounding. The new tracks are rather sterile and focus their appeal on monumental buildings that have nothing to do with racing itself. Here, these ups and downs in the landscape add some personal characteristics. To me it means connecting the entire surrounding area with the track.
Helmut Marko — Dr.
I think it’s fantastic that Austria has a race track of the highest world standard again, including all the features of this special region – this is a grown tradition. I think the first sloping left-handed curve on the downhill turns is one of the most demanding curves on the international racing circuit; it used to be called the Lauda curve. Actually not a bad name, right?
Niki Lauda
The turbo years were the wildest days of Formula 1 and for an intuitive driver like me the Ring was tailor-made; the best race track in the world for all the areas. This was my ideal way to experience and savor the limits. When it comes to curves, extreme speed and bumps, no other place had a more exciting mix – it was pure racing.
Gerhard Berger