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Founded as the Österreichring and later renamed the A1-Ring, the Red Bull Ring will host the first Austrian Grand Prix since 2003.Ferrari were the last team to win a Formula One race in Austria but Red Bull Racing will be challenging them in 2014 for their first ever home victory.
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There are three free practice sessions at every Formula One grand prix to allow drivers to familiarize themselves with the circuit and for teams to set-up the cars for qualifying and the race.
The one-hour Qualifying session is a knockout contest to decide the starting order for Saturday’s race. The session is divided into three parts: Q1, Q2, Q3.
The Austrian Grand Prix returns to the Formula One calendar for the first time since 2003. The circuit has had a revamp from Red Bull since then and Red Bull Racing will be hoping they can get their first win on home soil in 2014.
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After a number of safety concerns, the 6km Österreichring was completely rebuilt in 1995 and 1996. As well as a number of changes to improve safety, the track was shortened to 4.32km.
The first Austrian Formula One Grand Prix was held in 1964 on the Zeltweg Air Base, an airstrip just a few kilometres from what is now the Red Bull Ring.
Red Bull has completely renovated the circuit since it last hosted a Grand Prix in 2003. After years of development, it was announced in July 2013 that Formula One would return to Austria.
The Red Bull Ring offers just about everything a motorsport fan could want, from high-speed track days to go-karting to lessons in Motocross and Hard Enduro.