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MotoGP to race at the Red Bull Ring until 2030

A five-year contract extension confirms the Austrian GP on the calendar until 2030 inclusive

MotoGP: MotoGP to race at the Red Bull Ring until 2030

It’s official: the Austrian Grand Prix will be on the MotoGP calendar until 2030. Previously confirmed until 2025, a new agreement ensures the world’s most exciting sport will continue to race at the spectacular Red Bull Ring – Spielberg from 2026-2030 inclusive. After nearly two decades, the Austrian GP returned to the calendar in 2016 and immediately became a fan and paddock favourite, winning Best Grand Prix for its first event back and then taking the trophy again in 2019. 

Mark Mateschitz, owner of the Red Bull Ring: "Anyone who loves motorsport loves MotoGP. It embodies racing in its purest form. When the best riders in the world go head-to-head and there are multiple changes of position in a single lap, nobody can stay in their seats. Once you’ve experienced the enthusiasm of the fans here at the Red Bull Ring, you can’t get enough of it. I am delighted that we have been able to secure this great event for the spectators with a long-term commitment to Austria and to the Steiermark in particular."

Carmelo Ezpeleta, CEO of MotoGP rights holder Dorna Sports: "We’re very happy to announce that the Austrian Grand Prix will be on the calendar until 2030. Not only is it one of the world’s most beautiful racetracks, it also delivers an incredible weekend for fans with fantastic facilities, great entertainment events, and spectacular racing. As the home track for KTM and part of Red Bull’s incredible commitment to motorsport, it’s also an important venue for many of our stakeholders and Austrian motorsport as a whole. We’re very happy to announce that we’ll be returning until 2030 and look forward to many more years working together."

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