Hungarian Grand Prix tickets can be roughly divided into 3 main categories of Gold, Silver and Bronze which reflect the various price bands. Other grandstands are the Super Gold main grandstand, the Red Bull stand and general admission. Its also possible to buy combination tickets that allow you to experience a different grandstand on each of the three days.

With the exception of Bronze grandstands which are available only as a 3 day ticket, all other grandstands and general admission can be bought for the whole race weekend or for just Sunday.

Great news for families is that children are entitled to free entry to general admission areas (see below for details).

general admission ticket price

3-day General Admission

HUF 32,000

3-day Grandstand

HUF 41,000 – 125,000

vip ticket cost

3-day Hospitality

N/A

Prices above are approximate and don’t include fees such as booking and delivery. These prices don’t include Early Bird promotional tickets or discounted tickets for children and seniors.

Where to Buy F1 tickets for the Hungarian Grand Prix?

Motorsport Tickets

Previously known to their loyal customer base as BookF1 (and Motorsport Live) this UK based ticket provider are known for great customer service and going the extra mile to give buyers more value.

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Secure, tracked delivery. E-tickets available for some events.
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Gootickets

Gootickets is a well established ticket seller with offices in Monaco and Barcelona. They offer a simple no-frills experience with good availability and often the lowest priced tickets.

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Secure delivery via DHL. Pickup or e-tickets available for some events.
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*Looking for specific seats? If you have favourite seats in a grandstand you can simply ask at or after checkout and if they’re available, they’re yours.

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Hungarian Grand Prix FAQ

Are single day tickets available?
Single day tickets for Sunday are available for all but the Bronze grandstands.
Are multi day tickets available?
Yes. At the Hungaroring all grandstand tickets have the option to attend Friday through Sunday.
Are multi grandstand tickets available?
Yes. There are 3-corner packages that afford fans a reserved seat in multiple grandstands over the weekend.
Is there a free to roam day at the Hungarian Grand Prix?
No. Currently there are not plans to have a roving day at the event. The best way to experience multiple vantage points are to purchase a 3-corner combination package.
Are seats in grandstands reserved?
Yes. All grandstand tickets include a reserved seat number.
Are there discounted tickets for children?
All children under 14 on the day of attendance are entitled to free access to general admission areas with a paying adult. They must be with a full adult ticket holder and its advised that you bring photo ID as proof of age. It will be necessary to order the free children’s tickets when you make your purchase. There are also discounted tickets for children in grandstands.
Will there be a free pitwalk at the Hungaroring?
There is normally a free pitwalk at the Hungarian Grand Prix on Thursday afternoon. Any 3 day ticket holders are entitled to attend. This will be confirmed nearer the time.
What group/family tickets available?
There are no packages tailored for families but there are special offers for children.
What does the Super Gold ticket include?
For every 4 tickets purchased (not including children’s) you are entitled to free parking at the circuit. You can also make use of a priority driving lane on your way to and from the circuit.
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