The Red Bull Ring is, believe it or not, owned by Red Bull, which they won for the first time last season. Given the dominance of Mercedes this year, I would be very, very surprised if they won their home race again.
4.318km long lap
71 lap race
306.578km total race distance
9 wins from pole positions (30.00%)
The smallest percentage of wins from pole of any circuit on the grid
2 wins of the 5 (40%) since the Austrian GP has returned to the calendar have been won from pole
16 wins from the front row (53.33%)
Also the smallest percentage of wins from the front row of any circuit on the grid
McLaren have the most wins at the track with six
Alain Prost is the driver with the most wins with three
Verstappen, Bottas and Hamilton each have one win at the Red Bull Ring
Mercedes have won four of the five races since its return to the calendar
Another win for Hamilton would be his fifth in a row and 80th in F1
Perez and Russell are the only two drivers to have outqualified their teammate at every race so far
Hamilton, Bottas and Vettel are the only three drivers to have reached Q3 at every race so far
The Red Bull Ring could be covered with 18,792,576 cans of Red Bull. That’s enough cans to create a tower 1,565 miles tall and enough Red Bull to fill two Olympic sized swimming pools.
The shape of Austria looks somewhat similar to a chicken drumstick, and you could cover the track with around 14,420,000 of them, enough for every person in Austria to have a drumstick and still have six million drumsticks left over.