There are several public parking lots around the Red Bull Ring over the Grand Prix weekend. All parking is located a 10-15 minute walk to the circuit. You can also use Park&Bike, located at the main entrance to the Red Bull Ring.
Entry and parking in the vicinity of the main entrance are reserved for holders of parking cards issued by the race organiser, with the exception of disabled people. Do not attempt to enter these parking lots. It is best to respect the instructions of the organisers. They will direct you to the nearest available car park.
The good news is that all public parking lots are charge-free. If somebody tries to charge you for parking, consider moving to a different spot.
Wheelchair users and people with disabilities (holders of a disability identification card) will find their parking near the circuit itself. If they arrive on the L503 expressway, they will pass Checkpoint C2, and a short distance behind it, on the left side, there is a parking lot for the disabled.
Everybody who has purchased a ticket for disabled fans will find available parking spaces in all parking areas.
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