Everything you need to know about your exciting and unforgettable weekend in Austria’s most fascinating leisure destination is gathered for you within our event guide. Within the event guide you’ll find information about your ticket, the arrival plan and different options where to stay. In addition, you’ll find the timetable as well as many other interesting details about the “Motorrad Grand Prix von Österreich”. Under “access criteria”, you will furthermore find a list with all items that are permitted and not permitted at the event site.

Pre-Event General

The MotoGP will give a guest performance at the Red Bull Ring from 19 to 21 August 2022.
There will only be one race this year.
As part of the MotoGP, Moto2, Moto3 and Red Bull Rookie Cup will be racing at the Red Bull Ring.

Media Accreditation

Motorrad Grand Prix von Österreich

Dear media representatives,

Information on media accreditation for the motorcycling world championship 2021 at the Red Bull Ring will be posted here as soon as the relevant conditions have been established. We kindly ask for a little patience.

Your Projekt Spielberg team

Pre-Event Tickets

You can find out all information about the tickets here.
Yes, your child needs a ticket. You can find out all information about the tickets here.
Yes, tickets are available on site on the day. But we recommend booking tickets in advance at
There are no personalized tickets.

Pre-Event Arrival

There are several ways to get to the race track. You can find an overview of your options here or using the Red Bull Ring App under “MotoGP” – > “Arrival”.
You should expect increased traffic at the racing weekend, so we recommend arriving as early as possible (before 7.30 am) or using public transport. More detailed information on the different arrival options are available here or in the Red Bull Ring app under “Arrival”.

In the “Pit Radio” section in the Red Bull Ring app as well as Ö3 will keep you updated on the current traffic situation throughout the whole weekend. The free ASFINAG app also provides information relating to traffic jams, accidents, construction sites, blocks and places to have a break. We hope you have a nice trip here!
Usually one hour before the Red Bull Ring opens, which is at 7 a.m.
Yes, the car parks are free for visitors from Thursday to Sunday (except for coaches and trucks).

Event – General

Yes. You can find details of the broadcasting dates in your local TV listings. On site, you will have the opportunity to watch the races at the Red Bull Ring on large screens as well as online.
Audio description (acoustic description of images) will be available for blind and visually impaired visitors. Experienced hosts will comment on the events on the track and will ensure that blind and visually impaired visitors do not miss out on anything and can experience an entertaining racing weekend. The audio description will be broadcast on the frequency 94.2 MHz.
Ring Radio will keep you updated on the MotoGP at the Red Bull Ring. You will be able to follow all MotoGP training sessions, qualifying sessions and racing decisions as well as the other racing classes live. Ring Radio is broadcast on the frequency 92.3 MHzs throughout the event site.
Only cashless payment is possible on site. All major credit and debit cards are accepted, as well as cashless cards.

Event – Tickets

Yes, tickets are available on site on the day.

Event – Program

The full program is available in the Red Bull Ring app under “Program” or here. In addition, at the racing weekend, Pit Radio in the Red Bull Ring App will update you on any program items relating to the MotoGP.
You will find all information about the Bike City here.
Program points with the drivers and teams are planned. Subscribe to our Red Bull Ring app and be the first to get all the information about autograph sessions and more.

Event – Items

You can find a list of all permitted and prohibited items here under access criteria.
You can take plastic bottles and drinks cans (in reasonable quantities for personal consumption) with you to the event site.
Photographic equipment, film and video cameras with batteries for private use and NOT for commercial purposes (e.g. NO TV video cameras) are permitted.
You can find a list of all permitted and prohibited items here under access criteria.