4.318 km of pure adrenalin,
as a spectator or in the middle of the action!
At the Red Bull Ring in the heart of Styria, "speeding up" is simply a matter of course. Goose pimples are guaranteed! Those in the know consider the 4.318 km long track to be the most beautiful in the world, surrounded by lush green meadows and majestic mountains. For racing giants such as Jochen Rindt, Niki Lauda, Michael Schumacher, Max Verstappen and many others, the Murtal was and continues to be a welcome diversion. Under the watchful eye of a metal bull standing 14.6 m tall, the 10 bends (7 right and 3 left) of the Red Bull Ring promise pure racing action and excitement.
Since the first Austrian Grand Prix was held here in 1970, emotions have run high over and over again. Austrian racing history has been made here. Whether it's Formula 1, ADAC Masters, Moto GP, DTM, they all come to Spielberg. Reason enough to take a Red Bull Ring Tour to follow in the tracks of motorsport. The 90-minute tour will get you in the racing spirit down to the tips of your toes. Get a peek behind the scenes of one of the world's most state-of-the-art race tracks.
Take a seat in the VIP lounge, taste the racing in the air at Race Control, visit the Medical Center, and drop in at the Media Centre to find out what it's like to be a journalist. One of the tour's highlights is the visit to the Red Bull Wing, whose roof overlooks the impressive site. Enjoy the view from the podium and feel like a champion.
Of course, let's not forget indoor motorsport.
An indoor trial parcour offers racing adventure in the dry. 20 challenges offer fun for any level of driving ability. Pros can put their skill to the test in the challenges, while beginners gradually learn the ropes on trial motorbikes. Children between the ages of 6 and 12 are also warmly invited to have a ride on Oset motorbikes at the indoor Kids' Trials.
In winter, you can expect indoor fun on four wheels with the "Crazy Carts". Guests of all ages can drift through the "open pits". Turns, agile cornering and rapid acceleration are all part of the package, with maximum fun guaranteed.
Some people are born to be racers, so of course even our youngest visitors can get a taste of racing here. Driving a bobby car in the pits is a great first introduction.
In the Murtal, we like to take it up a gear.
Surrounded by the race track, drivers contend with a skidpad, wet asphalt and a circular track. Go faster, enjoy the optimised driving technology, and feel your senses sharpen. Put your foot down in a KTM X-Bow or Porsche 718 Cayman at the Driving Centre for the pure thrill of it.
Would you rather see what you're made of at the Red Bull Ring itself? Feel the asphalt under your tyres, raced so many times before by your motorsport idols. It's an incredible feeling to go from 0 to 100 in 3.3 seconds in a Formula Renault 3.5. Follow in the slipstream of Moto GP and lean into the bends on a KTM RC4R.
No problem! The activities at the Red Bull Ring promise speed, action and a tingle on the skin. During the warm summer months, an 850 m long outdoor kart track with 9 HP Go Karts offers racing fun for all ages. Tight bends and hot asphalt invite friends, colleagues and families to battle it out for the best rankings.
Of course, even during the cold season, the "Spielberg" Red Bull Ring offers first-rate experiences. Conquer the snow-capped surroundings in a winter buggy or let rip on a zippy snowmobile. The KTM X-Bow promises a special adrenalin rush in the winter landscape. Go from 0 to 100 in 4 seconds – in the snow! That requires some driving skill and ensures a thrill-packed ride.
Take the family on a hike across the snow-covered race track and enjoy the wonderful wintry landscapes. Visit the impressive emblem of the site, the 68 tonne metal bull that stands at the heart of the complex. Don't forget to take a souvenir selfie!
At the end of a thrilling day's racing, sit back in the Bulls Lane on the roof of the pit lane, enjoy a "Spielburger" and reflect on the day's events over a refreshing "Thalheimer". Feel the motorsport vibes even when evening calm descends over the track.