News exploded on Saint Nicholas Day on Hungaroring’s website: tickets for Sunday’s race of next year’s Hungarian Grand Prix are already sold out. They have never sold out so quickly, according to organizers.
Formula One visits Hungary every year, where the Hungarian Grand Prix is typically held in late July or early August. By now, it is certain that the 38th Hungarian Grand Prix, on July 21-23, 2023, will also take place in front of a full house.
The Grand Prix is a weekend-long event, so besides the Sunday race, fans can visit the Hungaroring near Budapest on Friday and Saturday as well. Tickets for these two days will go on sale in a few days, so if you want to experience the Hungarian Formula 1 feeling, there is still time.
The 2022 Hungarian Grand Prix was watched live by 100,000 spectators on Sunday and 290,000 fans cheered during the four days.
The Mogyoród racetrack has been on the Formula 1 calendar since 1986, second only to Monza. And now it has reached a major milestone, as
the renovation of the facility begins as part of the strategic development program.
As a first step, the outdated utilities will be upgraded, including the water and electricity networks, the main entrance will be renewed, and there will be a Hungaroring Shop.
For the 2022 Hungarian Grand Prix, tickets for race day were only sold out this April, but this has significantly accelerated for next year’s race.
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