The Austrian GP deal has been extended for F1 to continue at the Red Bull Ring for four more seasons until 2027.

With the new season already for 2023, fresh deals will be signed upon for various races whose contract is ending this year. The first of many extension news is here with F1 agreeing a new deal with Austrian GP promoters Projekt Spielberg Gmbh & Co KG.

With Austria seeing sell-out crowds, – thanks to Red Bull and Max Verstappen fans – Austrian GP will continue to take place at Red Bull Ring for another four F1 seasons until 2027. After a long absence, the sport returned to Austria in 2014 and has been there since.

“The Austrian Grand Prix brings together the perfect mix of a challenging track, high-speed racing, and a beautiful venue for our fans, so I am delighted that we will be coming back to the Red Bull Ring until at least 2027 under this new agreement,” said Stefano Domenicali, who is looking forward to its 10th anniversary for return on June 30 – July 2 weekend.

“As we celebrate the 10th year since our return to Spielberg, I would like to thank everyone involved in this renewal, especially the promoter and Red Bull and I want to pay tribute to Dietrich Mateschitz for the love, passion, and vision he brought to Formula 1 that has ensured the continued success of the event and the huge enthusiasm for our sport in Austria and around the world.”

At the same time, Erich Wolf, General Manager of Projekt Spielberg GmbH & Co KG, added: We are proud of the special partnership we have with Formula 1, and we are absolutely delighted to be welcoming the top class of motorsport to the Red Bull Ring for a further four years. In signing this contract extension, Formula 1 has made a strong commitment to Austria, Styria and the Murtal region.

“As we enter the tenth year of our partnership with Formula 1, we want to celebrate this milestone with all the great fans of the sport and to thank them for their loyalty and the tremendous atmosphere they help to generate. Everyone is invited to experience another great race weekend at Spielberg in 2023.”

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