Hungaroring

Home of the Hungarian Grand Prix, Hungaroring has been receiving visitors from around the world for thirty years.

The racetrack at Mogyoród, half way between Budapest and Gödöllő, is one of Europe's most prestigious Formula 1 venues. The Hungarian Grand Prix held here on the 4.3 km course in late July attracts motor sports enthusiasts from far and wide. Hungaroring doesn't just sleep the rest of the year either: the complex offers many attractions throughout the year. The 308 acres hold countless engine-revving delights for lovers of high speeds.

Visitors can inspect the track and take a behind-the-scenes peek at the areas that are of special interest during the F1 race, including the paddocks, the pit lane and the pit, the winners' podium, the Gold tribune and the Control Room. Learn about the history of Hungaroring and the roles the various areas play during the race. If you're lucky you might get to drive a few laps on the track with the tour bus or your own vehicle.

Hungary's most modern driving centre can be found near the Mansell corner, opposite the Silver Tribune. Here drivers can learn about both their own and their car's limitations, with expert instructors simulating accident scenarios with no danger to the driver. Taking part in a course can not only save your life, but it's a lot of fun too.

The Hungaroring off-road centre is paradise for 4x4 drivers with a 20km system of forest roads and an off-road driving school with ten different elements. Beside 4x4 driving courses, many fun activities are available for lovers of extreme sports, like driving quads and earthmoving vehicles.

Hungaroring Motorcycle Academy teaches safe bike handling and driving techniques. A learning strip next to the F1 track as well as a dirt track make practice easy and fun.