Styrian Grand Prix
|Red Bull Ring|
|Number of times held||2|
|Most wins (drivers)|| Lewis Hamilton|
Max Verstappen (1)
|Most wins (constructors)|| Mercedes|
Red Bull Racing (1)
|Circuit length||4.318 km (2.683 mi)|
|Race length||306.452 km (190.420 mi)|
|Last race (2021)|
The Styrian Grand Prix (German: Großer Preis der Steiermark) is a Formula One motor racing event held at the Red Bull Ring, named after Styria, the province of Austria that the circuit is located in. The Styrian and Austrian Grand Prix events are held at the same circuit on consecutive weekends. The first race was run in 2020.
The COVID-19 pandemic in 2020 led to disruption of the original race calendar, with a number of events cancelled. The Styrian Grand Prix was added to the revised calendar as a "one-off" race, like several other new or returning Grands Prix, in order to make up for the loss of other races. After the 2020 Austrian Grand Prix, it was the second consecutive race at the Red Bull Ring. Mercedes's Lewis Hamilton qualified on pole and won the race.
Despite the original intention for the Styrian Grand Prix to be held as a one-off event in 2020, the event returned in 2021 as the eighth round of the championship to replace the Turkish Grand Prix which was postponed due to travel restrictions to manage the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Red Bull's Max Verstappen qualified on pole and went on to win the race.
- 2020: Formula 1 Pirelli Grosser Preis der Steiermark
- 2021: Formula 1 BWT Grosser Preis der Steiermark
Winners of the Styrian Grand Prix
All Styrian Grands Prix were held at the Red Bull Ring.
|2021||Max Verstappen||Red Bull Racing-Honda||Report|
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