Austrian Grand Prix

The shortest track on the Formula 1 calendar, the Red Bull Ring produces exciting, fast-paced races. The 2023 Austrian Grand Prix is set to take place on July 2. Check out the articles below for facts, stats, history and trivia from previous F1 races in Austria!

2019 Austrian GP: Qualifying Analysis

Charles Leclerc took the second pole position of his career while his team-mate was unable to set a lap time in Q3. We take a look at all the stats and stories from Saturday at the Austrian Grand Prix!

F1 Team Form: Austria

McLaren are the most successful team at the Spielberg track, Renault haven’t scored in Austria since 1983 and Toro Rosso have the lowest finishing rate at the circuit. Here’s how the teams’ histories compare at the Red Bull Ring!

Milestones and Records to Beat: 2019 Austrian GP

A chance for Mercedes to equal the record for most consecutive wins, Stroll’s 50th appearance and will Raikkonen equal Schumacher’s tally of classified finishes? Here are the records which are up for grabs over the 2019 Austrian Grand Prix weekend!

Red Bull Ring Track Stats

Here are all the facts and statistics you need to know about the Red Bull Ring ahead of the 2019 Austrian Grand Prix!

Driver Form: Austria

The Austrian Grand Prix traditionally sees a strong performance from the Mercedes pair, a points-scoring race for Daniel Ricciardo and a retirement for Fernando Alonso. We take a look at each driver’s history at the Red Bull Ring! ?? Lewis Hamilton Lewis Hamilton holds a 100% finish record at the Red Bull Ring and has scored points …

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Red Bull Ring Track Stats

It’s a trip to the Austrian mountains for the ninth round of the Formula One season, as the circus rolls in to the Red Bull Ring. Here are all the stats you need ahead of the 2018 Austrian Grand Prix! ?? RED BULL RING RACE WINNERS There have been 29 races held at the Red Bull …

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