Your guide to buying tickets for the 2021 Hungarian Formula 1 Grand Prix, including the best grandstands at the Hungaroring. Ticket Prices are reduced by 15% until December 31, 2020.
The 2021 Hungarian Grand Prix is scheduled to take place from July 30 to August 1. The Editor attended the Hungarian Grand Prix in 2008, 2014, 2018 & 2019. All pictures © F1Destinations.com.
Held outside Budapest at the height of the European summer, the Hungarian Grand Prix offers excellent spectator viewing and a laid-back atmosphere with easy access to one of the continent’s finest cities. It’s also by far the cheapest European race, with three-day grandstand tickets priced under €100 and attractive early-bird discounts.
Where to buy 2021 Hungarian Grand Prix tickets?
We recommend buying your tickets for the 2021 Hungarian Grand Prix from our preferred supplier Grand Prix Tickets (GPT). Ticket prices are reduced by 15% until December 31, 2020.
We also recommend Official Ticket Packages from F1 Experiences. Choose from grandstand seats or access to hospitality in the Champions Club and Formula 1 Paddock Club plus exclusive trackside activities and accommodation/transfers.Buy Hungarian Grand Prix TicketsBuy Hungarian Grand Prix Packages
What are the best tickets to buy at the 2021 Hungarian Grand Prix?
- Budget (<€100): The General Admission areas at the Hungaroring offer excellent panoramic views. Alternatively, the cheapest Bronze 1 & 2 grandstands are only a little more expensive.
- Mid-Range (€100-500): Some of the best grandstands at the Hungaroring are located on the final corner, including Silver 3 -4 and Red Bull. Gold 4 offers excellent views of the first corner, while Super Gold (the only covered grandstand) will keep you out of the sun/rain and offers views of the pits and start. Another good choice are the 3 Corner Hopping tickets that let you sit in a different grandstand on Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
- Hospitality (>€500): The Champions Club by F1 Experiences is recommended for all-inclusive hospitality above the pits and access to insider activities, while the more expensive Formula 1 Paddock Club offers the ultimate hospitality experience in Hungary.
Hungarian Grand Prix Tickets FAQ
Yes, tickets for the 2021 Hungarian Grand Prix are discounted by 15% until December 31, 2020.
Yes, but only for race day. Prices for Sunday tickets at the Hungaroring are only about 10% cheaper than for 3-day tickets.
The only covered grandstand at the Hungaroring is the Super Gold Grandstand, opposite the pits. Rain is uncommon during the Hungarian Grand Prix, but it can get very hot in the sun, making the Super Gold Grandstand a good choice.
Children aged under 14 get very cheap access to the grandstands in Hungary, with prices for weekend tickets set at around €20. Children aged under 14 years of age get FREE entrance to General Admission in Hungary, but tickets must still be reserved in advance. Buy tickets here.
Yes, this is possible with the 3 Corner Hopping Tickets at the Hungarian Grand Prix, where you get to sit in a different grandstand on each day.
Yes, there is no grandstand roaming any longer at the Hungarian Grand Prix though it has been possible to buy discounted access to certain grandstands on Friday.
Yes, you can buy discounted wheelchair access tickets for the platform in the Gold 3 Grandstand on the Main Straight.
Grand Prix Tickets (GPT) offers e-tickets for the Hungarian Grand Prix, which can be printed out at home and are not subject to any delivery fees.
General parking is FREE at the Hungaroring, but you can purchase access to the VIP carpark behind the Super Gold Grandstand for €26 per day.
General Admission at the Hungaroring
Much like the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya, the Hungaroring is situated in a natural amphitheater. This means that the General Admission areas offer excellent viewing opportunities, especially between turns 9 and 14. Many of the grassy GA areas are located on higher ground behind the grandstands (particularly at turn 14) so whilst the view is often quite distant, you still get the opportunity to see large swathes of the track, as well as the big TV screens for the grandstands (bring binoculars so you can follow the action). At less than €100 for 3-day tickets (cheaper with early-bird discount), these are some of the best value General Admission tickets on the current F1 calendar.
Grandstands at the Hungarian Grand Prix
Given the natural contours of the circuit, most of the grandstands at the Hungaroring offer decent elevated views of the action – some over more than one corner. We think the best views can be found above the final corner, including Silver 3-4 and the Red Bull Grandstand. See below for a full analysis of every grandstand at the Hungarian Grand Prix, including video views of each.
Super Gold (video above) is the only covered stand at the Hungaroring; good for keeping out of the hot summer sun! Super Gold is located across from the start-finish line, top teams pit garages and podium. Great seats for the race build-up and start, but you won’t see much in the way of on-track action. Please Note: There are two categories of Super Gold, Gold 1 and Gold 2 tickets: seats in rows 1-12 are cheaper, because views are obscured by the catch fencing and you cannot see over the high pit wall at the Hungaroring. Buy the more expensive seats if you can!