Book Hungarian Grand Prix Tickets 2023 | July 21-23

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About Hungaroring Circuit

Hungarian GP 2023 - Hungaroring Circuit

Hungaroring Circuit

  • No. of Laps: 70
  • No. of Corners: 14
  • Circuit Length: 4.381 km
  • Race Distance: 306.63 km

    The Hungarian government initially wanted to relive Budapest's old Nepliget park circuit for F1. However, they dropped the plan and began constructing Hungaroring in 1985. A year later, the circuit held its first F1 race. Williams' Nelson Piquet took home the prize.

    Hungaroring is a challenging circuit, with few short straights available. There are several turns and corners for drivers to maneuver, but it is an exciting challenge that gets the best out of them.

Hungarian GP 2023 Schedule

All timings mentioned are according to track time.

Day 1 - Friday

21st July

FP1 & FP2 

Free Practice 1

  • 13:30-14:30

Free Practice 2

  • 17:00-18:00

Day 2 - Saturday

22nd July

FP3 & Qualifying

Free Practice 3

  • 12:30-13:30


  • 16:00-17:00

Day 3 - Sunday

23rd July

  • Don't miss the Drivers' parade before the race

Race Day

  • 15:00

Your Hungarian GP 2023 Tickets Explained

Hungarian GP 2023 - 3 Day Pass

3-Day Pass

What to Expect

  • With the 3-Day Pass to the Hungarian GP 2023, you can enjoy the whole weekend of action at the Hungarian Grand Prix.

Why Buy a 3-Day Hungarian GP Pass?

  • Buy a 3 Day Hungarian GP Pass ticket online to catch all three days of action.
  • From free practice 1 to free practice 3, qualifying, and the main race, you can catch all the on-track action at Hungaroring. Also, check out the activation zones and brilliant food and drink options.

Things to do at Formula 1 Hungarian Grand Prix 2023

Day 1 - Friday
Day 2 - Saturday
Day 3 - Sunday
Hungarian GP 2023 - Free Practice 1 & 2

Free Practice 1 & 2

21st July



  • Although the Hungarian Grand Prix begins on Thursday with press day, the on-field action commences on Friday with Free Practice 1. The 90-minute session gives F1 drivers a chance to feel the circuit for the first time and figure out strategies.



  • Free Practice 2 follows FP1 on Friday. Another 90-minute session, FP2, gives teams and drivers another chance to understand the circuit further.

Hungarian GP 2023 - FP 3 & Qualifying

FP 3 & Qualifying

22nd July



  • Saturday at Hungaroring begins with Free Practice 3, the practice session for drivers and teams before qualifying. This is the teams’ final chance to collect preliminary data, test tire combinations, and define a strategy for Qualifying.



  • On Saturday afternoon, F1 drivers head out to record the fastest lap and gain pole position. Starting up top at Hungaroring can prove helpful, given the technical and twisted nature of the circuit.
Hungarian GP 2023 - Race Day

Race Day

23rd July



  • You can feel the excitement at the Hungarian Grand Prix come Sunday.
  • Drivers and teams compete against each other to win the podium. Hungaroring has 70 laps, each measuring 4.381 km. Drivers will cover a combined 306.63 km during the race.
  • It is best to buy your Formula 1 Hungarian Grand Prix tickets online. You can grab great discounts and enjoy hassle-free entry to the circuit.

Plan Your Visit to Hungarian GP 2023

Getting There
Visitor Tips
Rules & Regulations
Hungary Essentials
Hungarian GP 2023 - Timings

Hungarian GP Timings

Timings for the Hungarian Grand Prix will be released closer to the event, which is scheduled for July 20-23, 2023. The action begins on Friday, July 21st, with Free Practices 1 and 2. It is followed by Free Practice 3 and Qualifying on Saturday, with the main race held on Sunday, July 23rd.


  • Pit Lane Walk


  • FP1: 13:30-14:30
  • FP2: 17:00-18:00


  • FP3: 12:30-13:30
  • Qualifying: 16:00-17:00


  • Main Race: 15:00-17:00

Race Duration: The Formula 1 Hungarian Grand Prix lasts about two hours.

Hungarian GP 2023 - Getting there
Hungarian GP 2023 - Facilities

Facilities at Hungaroring Circuit

  • Clean toilets and handwashing stations: You can expect clean toilets and handwashing stations on all three days at Hungaroring. While there may be a queue on Sundays, the staff does well to keep the toilets clean.
  • Free and regular shuttle bus: Free shuttle buses operate from railway and bus stations to Hungaroring. They're fairly regular, so you won't have to wait too long to get one.
  • Wheelchair Accessibility: Wheelchair users can rest assured they'll have a seamless experience at Hungaroring. Some grandstands even have a dedicated wheelchair platform.
  • Food choices: You'll find plenty of food options, especially with meat, at Hungaroring. Several food stands also sell hot dogs, pizzas, and hamburgers.
  • Large screens: Multiple large screens are set up at various points at Hungaroring.
Hungarian GP Tickets - Visitor Tips
  • Grab online tickets: Online tickets to Hungaroring are the best option if you want to grab discounts.
  • Flying to Vienna: While the Budapest Airport is nearby, you can save more by flying to Vienna and taking a train or boat to Hungaroring.
  • Parking: Purchasing four or more Super Gold tickets earns parking privileges. You can access the priority lane and get free parking.
  • Weather: The Hungarian Grand Prix is fun, but the weather isn't. Prepare for the hot weather with comfortable clothing and an umbrella.
  • Bring binoculars: A few grandstands at the Formula 1 Hungarian Grand Prix provide distant views. You'll need your binoculars to catch who's driving past you.
Hungarian GP Tickets - Rules & Regulations
  • Online tickets: You can purchase tickets to the Formula 1 Hungarian Grand Prix online or through an online ticket partner.
  • Duplicate tickets: Keep your tickets safe, as duplicate tickets will not be issued if you lose your original tickets.
  • Animals aren't allowed: Animals, except assistance dogs, are prohibited from entering Hungaroring and the car park.
  • Dangerous items: Weapons, stabbing devices, glass, skateboards, and similar items are not allowed inside Hungaroring.
  • Photography and videography: You can take videos, record sounds, and create other audio-visual content for commercial use within the premises.
  • Official merchandise: All official merchandise must be purchased within the complex. Selling unofficial merchandise outside the gates or in the park is prohibited.
  • Behavior: The right conduct is essential inside Hungaroring. You may be asked to leave the event for displaying unlawful behavior.
  • Drones are prohibited: Drones and other unmanned flying objects are strictly prohibited.
Hungarian GP 2023 - Budapest Essentials
  • Visa: Citizens of the European Union, Australia, the USA, Canada, and other major Western countries do not need a visa to enter Hungary.
  • Time Zone: GMT +1 hour
  • Currency: Forint (HUF)
  • Socket: Type C and Type F
  • Language: Hungarian, German
  • Weather: July is hot and humid in Budapest. Expect temperatures to touch or exceed 27°C if the heat worsens. Dress accordingly.

Hungarian GP 2022 Results






Max Verstappen

Red Bull Racing RBPT



Lewis Hamilton




George Russell




Carlos Sainz




Sergio Perez

Red Bull Racing RBPT



Charles Leclerc




Lando Norris




Fernando Alonso


+1 Lap


Esteban Ocon


+1 Lap


Sebastian Vettel

Aston Martin

+1 Lap

Frequently Asked Questions About Hungarian GP 2023

How much do Hungarian GP tickets cost?

Depending on the experience and grandstand you choose, you could pay anything between €100 to €2000 at the Hungarian Grand Prix.

Which are the best seats to watch the Hungarian GP?

Super Gold and the four Gold grandstands are excellent choices to enjoy the Formula 1 Hungarian Grand Prix.

Are there any discounts on Hungarian GP tickets?

You can get exciting discounts by booking your Hungarian Grand Prix tickets online.

Which is the cheapest ticket to watch the Hungarian GP?

Silver 5 grandstands and general admission allow you to enjoy the Hungarian Grand Prix on a budget.

When is the Hungarian GP?

The Hungarian Grand Prix is scheduled between 20-23 July, 2023. Free practices 1 and 2 will be held on Friday, 21st July. Saturday, 22nd July, brings free practice 3 and qualifying. The main race will take place on Sunday, 23rd July.

Where is the Hungarian GP being held?

The Hungarian Grand Prix will be held in Hungaroring.

What time does the Hungarian GP start?

The race is set to start on Sunday, 23 July at 15:00 PM.

What are my food and drink options at the Hungarian GP?

Several food stalls will be present to offer multiple foods and drink options at the Hungarian Grand Prix. You can get hamburgers, pizzas, and hot dogs. However, the food is expensive.

Which is the next F1 race after the Hungarian GP?

The Belgian Grand Prix is scheduled after the Hungarian Grand Prix. It is set for the weekend following the Hungarian Grand Prix.

Who was the winner of the Hungarian GP last year?

Red Bull Racing's Max Verstappen won the 2022 Formula 1 Hungarian Grand Prix.

What are the best things to do in Budapest?

Budapest is a fantastic tourist destination. Full of incredible history and culture, Budapest can quickly become one of your favorite cities worldwide. Fisherman's Bastion, The Chain Bridge, and Dohány Street Synagogue are a few spots you can add to their Budapest itinerary.

How's the weather in Budapest during the Formula 1 GP?

Budapest experiences hot and humid weather during the Formula 1 Hungarian Grand Prix. Temperatures easily exceed 25°C during the day and rarely fall below 17°C in the evenings.