2024 Formula 1 Hungarian Grand Prix

Private transport

During the Formula 1 Hungarian Grand Prix, traffic is expected to increase around the Hungaroring, so we recommend using public transport to and from the circuit. 

If you arrive with your own vehicle, please note that the following traffic regulations will apply (see maps below). Occasionally, they may vary, please always follow the instructions of the police.


Car

Hungaroring provides free parking possibilities for spectators arriving by car at the designated areas around the circuit (for recommended routes check the maps). 

Motorbike

Visitors arriving by motorbike can leave their bikes at the free car parking lots, but it is important to note that these lots are not asphalted.

Tourist bus

Parking for tourist buses is possible at the designated area between Gate 3 and Gate 6 based on the following rates (recommended routes: from highway nr. 3 through Szilasliget).

Recommended routes:

From Budapest 

From Gödöllő



Bus Friday Saturday Sunday Weekend pass
up to 20 passengers 45 EUR 45 EUR t 45 EUR 70 EUR
20 - 40 passengers 60 EUR 60 EUR 60 EUR 100 EUR
over 40 passengers 80 EUR 80 EUR 80 EUR 140 EUR

Bus parking tickets can be purchased online or onsite in Euro or Forint, only in cash.

Bicycle and scooter

Fans arriving by bicycle or scooter can leave their vehicles at the bicycle storage beside Gate 7a and Gate 2, but please note that this is not a guarded storage, so do not forget to bring locks.

Taxi

The official taxi partner of the Hungaroring for the 2024 Formula 1 Hungarian Grand Prix is Főtaxi. 

Its cars will run in a dedicated VIP lane, making it very quick and easy to get to the venue. Passengers can conveniently order a car through multiple channels via the FŐTAXI app, online or by phone (+36 1 222 2222) via the 24/7 dispatch centre.

How much does the trip cost? Where are the cars located?

Within and outside the administrative boundaries of Budapest, the basic fee is HUF 1,100 (€3) and the per-minute fee is HUF 110 (50 Euro cents). Within the capital, the kilometre fee is HUF 440 (€1.5), and when crossing the capital's boundaries, this charge is HUF 880 (€2.5). The total fee depends on the place of departure and the traffic, but the company estimates that a trip to Mogyoród from Buda will cost approximately HUF 14,000-18,000 (€36-46), while from Pest HUF 13,000-16,000 (€33-41). The expected duration of the trip is 30-40 minutes.

To facilitate the return journey, cars will be waiting for passengers at the taxi rank near Gate 8, as agreed with the Hungaroring.

Further information

City Shuttle

Hungaroring – Budapest Heroes’ Square

Service is available only in the direction of Budapest from 4pm from Friday to Sunday. The buses for 19 people run continuously subject to capacity and traffic. 

The service fee is 8.000 HUF or 20 EUR, payable upon get-on by cash or card.  

Helicopter

Fly4Less Kft.

Budapest (Budaörs Airfield) – Hungaroring

Gross 290,- EUR / person

Hungaroring – Budapest (Budaörs Airfield)

Gross 290,- EUR / person

Budapest (Budaörs Airfield) – Hungaroring – Budapest (Budaörs Airfield)

Gross 500,- EUR / person

Budapest Airport - Hungaroring / Hungaroring - Budapest Airport

Maximum 4 persons Gross 3.000,- EUR / helicopter

Maximum 5 persons Gross 3.600,- EUR / helicopter

Sightseeing flight

Gross 80,- EUR / person

More information and booking: +36 70 944 4440, info@fly4less.hu

Fly-Coop Kft.

Budaors Airfield - Hungaroring (one way): 290 EUR/person

Hungaroring - Budaors Airfield (one way): 290 EUR/person

Budaors Airfield - Hungaroring - Budaors Airfield (return): 500 EUR/person

More information and booking: +36 30 332 1711, heliops@flycoop.hu


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