There is a huge sense of eager anticipation ahead of the “Formula 1 Rolex Großer Preis von Österreich 2022”. Fans can also look forward to the return of its popular side events. If you want to see the sport’s idols up close, then the Meet the Drivers event on Saturday in the F1 Fan Zone and the Styrian Green Carpet on Sunday in front of the Welcome Center are absolute musts.
Motorsport fans can look forward to sheer entertainment on and off the racetrack. It all gets started on Thursday with the Pit Lane Walk. With qualifying and the sprint, two racing highlights are scheduled on Friday and Saturday. Anyone who doesn’t have a ticket yet should act fast and order online right here.
When the elite class of motorsport and its support series are taking a break, side events brimming with horsepower such as the Red Bull Driftbrothers, the Flying Bulls and the Legends Parade provide action. There is so much going on off the track from Thursday to Sunday too. A packed programme awaits in two Fan Zones with live acts, fan challenges and exhibitions.
While the F1 Fan Zone features a huge stage where DJs with side acts, dancers and acrobats will get the fans in gear, in the Steiermark Village opposite the Red Bull Wing it is all a bit more rustic and traditional with morning pints and folk music. All the information about the Fan Zones, opening hours and highlights of the schedule can be found here.
Once again this year, tens of thousands of motorsport enthusiasts will head to Spielberg from all corners. In order to ensure for a stress-free journey, we recommend that you leave your car behind and use public transport. You can take the shuttle and benefit from the numerous advantages that our shuttle buses to the “Formula 1 Rolex Großer Preis von Österreich 2022” have in store for you.
In addition, there are free bus transfers for fans at regular intervals from Knittelfeld train station, Judenburg bus station (Postgasse) and from the Park & Ride car park at Therme Fohnsdorf to the Red Bull Ring. For all those who come from the local region or for all those who want to avoid traffic and enjoy the final few kilometres to the racetrack, taking a bike is the ideal alternative.