2019 Formula 1 calendar

Australian GP 17 Mar
Bahrain GP 31 Mar
Chinese GP 14 Apr
Azerbaijan GP 28 Apr
Spanish GP 12 May
Monaco GP 26 May
Canadian GP 9 Jun
French GP 23 Jun
Austrian GP 30 Jun
British GP 14 Jul
German GP 28 Jul
Hungarian GP 4 Aug
Belgian GP 1 Sep
Italian GP 8 Sep
Singapore GP 22 Sep
Russian GP 29 Sep
Japanese GP 13 Oct
Mexican GP 27 Oct
United States GP 3 Nov
Brazilian GP 17 Nov
Abu Dhabi GP 1 Dec


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Red Bull Ring - Austrian Grand Prix 2019

Red Bull Ring.

Red Bull Ring, formerly known as A1-Ring, is host for the Austrian Grand Prix. The circuit is located near the city of Spielberg in Styria, in the southeast of Austria. The area is harmoniously integrated into the landscape and offers a breathtaking surrounding, a panoramic view as well as a great safety because of long, asphalted run off areas. With lap times of around 70 seconds, it is one of the quickest laps on the Formula 1 calendar.

Red Bull Ring is 4.326 kilometers long with a total of only 8 turns, 6 right-handers and 2 left-handers. The driving direction is clockwise. Due to stop and go passages on turn 1 and 2, the track is very challenging. The downhill sections with the curves are very tricky, especially if the track is wet. Get this right and a driver is well on his way to a competitive lap time. Cars need plenty of power as the few corners are relatively quick and are linked by long straights that require plenty of full-throttle running. Drivers are flat out on the accelerator for 72 percent of the lap.

A race track has existed at the current location in one form or another since 1969. The originally name was Osterreichring and it was a spectacular, scenic and unique circuit. It was totally redesigned by German track designer Hermann Tilke and rebuilt in 1995 and 1996. It was also renamed the A1-Ring. Its length was shortened from 5.942 to 4.326 kilometers, and the fast sweeping corners were replaced by three tight right-handers, in order to create overtaking opportunities. The track was renamed the Red Bull Ring in 2011.

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A virtual lap of Red Bull Ring