Hungarian Grand Prix
Budapest | 19th - 21st Jul 2024
The heady mix of one of Europe’s most incredible historical settings playing host to the world’s premium motorsports event makes the Hungarian Grand Prix a truly memorable and exciting competition. The circuit offers excellent spectating opportunities, hospitality and entertainment to make for a fantastic weekend of Formula 1.
About the Hungarian Grand Prix Circuit
The Hungaroring is situated just 20 km north of Budapest in the small village of Mogyoród, and has hosted Formula 1's Hungarian Grand Prix since 1986. The location provides an extraordinary backdrop for the famously winding F1 track below the natural valley viewpoint.
This tight and twisty 2.72-mile, 14-corner circuit earns its nickname of "Monaco without the buildings", and as a result overtaking is quite difficult, but spectacular when a driver pulls it off. It was always the wish for Hungary to have a street circuit-style race of their own, so it's no surprise that the Hungaroring has been compared to Monaco for its tight and technical nature. Though it is certainly a lap taken at higher average speed than Monaco, it is still one of F1's slower tracks. And it's a place that divides opinion. Drivers like Ayrton Senna, Michael Schumacher, Lewis Hamilton, Max Verstappen and Fernando Alonso are said to be among those who love the circuit, while others find it too slow, demanding, and very hot.
Hospitality at the Hungarian Grand Prix
Held during the middle of summer, great weather adds to the unique character and electric atmosphere of this venue. Experience the Formula 1 action at this challenging and exciting circuit with an exclusive hospitality package, and make the most of spectacular viewing, delicious food and drink, and quality entertainment.
Contact DTB for more information about the Hungarian Grand Prix Hospitality.