Grosser Preis Von Österreich, or the Austrian Grand Prix held F1 races from 1963 until 2003 when the stands were demolished and its future was looking doubtful.
Red Bull took control in 2008, investing 70 million Euros and reintroducing the DTM in 2010. F1 returned in 2014 where it has been held each year since.
The Austrian Grand Prix is a Low/Medium track that will average 32 per lap, is raced at 79% with 3 Zones yielding a top speed of 327.4kph (203.437 mph), and a pit stop will cost approximately 16.1 seconds.
Red Bull A1 Ring
Location : Spielberg, Styria, Austria
First Grand Prix : 1950
Number of Laps : 71
Circuit Length : 4.318 km
Race Distance : 306.452 km
2023 Tyres : , C4 & C5
Lap Record : 1:05.619 Carlos Sainz (2020)
Home Race : Red Bull
Sprint Race Weekend
Number of Laps : 24 (Max 40 Minutes)
Race Distance : 103 Km
Check out the Austrian F1 website – here