International Ticket Agency of the Hungarian Formula One Grand Prix
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Tickets are still available at the box offices!

There are box offices around the circuit.

Opening times:
Thursday 08.00 - 18.00
Friday and Saturday 07.00 - 18:00
Sunday 7.00 - 14.00

Payment: Cash (EUR or HUF), Maestro or Credit card (VISA, Mastercard, AMEX) at all box offices.

We wish you a good time in Budapest and an exciting race at the Hungaroring 2016!

Ticket sales 2016

Order your tickets for the 2016 Hungarian Grand Prix online at the lowest possible price directly from the international ticket agency!
Now with Ticket Cancellation Cover !
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Hotels & Camping

Book your accomodation online
We like to help you to find right accomodation solution together with your race ticket order. After the order you will receive a voucher for the hotel or the campsite together with the tickets.

Hotel offers are not yet available for 2016
Camping I
Camping II
Gold Panoráma

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FIA announces 2016 dates

The Hungarian Grand Prix is confirmed for July 24th 2016. You can find the complete race calendar 2016 here.

Public Pitwalk - closer you wont get!

A great tradion will be prolonged. The Public Pitwalk on Thursday before the race days at Hungaroring. Everybody holding a valid Grand Prix Weekendticket will be able to attend on Thursday, July 21st from 17:00 to 19:00 o'clock.

Also see the Official Program

2015 Race Edit

Review 2015

Sebastian Vettel wins thrilling Hungarian Grand Prix

Ferrari Formula 1 driver Sebastian Vettel took victory in a dramatic Hungarian Grand Prix, as Mercedes duo Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg suffered their worst race of the season.

It was the German's first victory at the Hungaroring and second of the season, bringing his career tally to 41 to equal three-time world champion Ayrton Senna's mark.

It was also the first time since the 2013 Brazilian Grand Prix, a run of 29 races, where Mercedes failed to score a podium finish with either car with Hamilton sixth and Rosberg eighth.

Hamilton was on course to lose his championship lead, first after running wide at the chicane on the first lap when he felt Rosberg crossed his line and...

Read the full race report here...

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