Sochi Autodrom is the most modern circuit in Eastern Europe, the only circuit in Russia hosting a Formula 1 Grand Prix. The venue has been designed by Russian experts in conjunction with Tilke Gmbh & Co., the head of which – Hermann Tilke – has designed most of the modern F1 tracks. The location of Sochi Autodrom makes it special - the circuit is located in the Olympic Park, which hosted the Olympic Winter Games in 2014. The most interesting part of the track is its long turn 3 - 650-metre turn is the longest one in the Formula 1 calendar, and the negative incline of the surface is a difficult challenge for the drivers.
Top speed: 339 km/h - Sebastian Vettel (2016 Russian Grand Prix qualifying) Altitude: 21.4m to 23.3m Number of turns: 18 (12 right, 6 left) DRS Zones: 2
Reminder about season
Please select the additional tour options (for the registered users these options will be added to their wish-list):
T4 Grandstand Ticket
Your pass to 4 days GRAND PRIX exploration!
Extra cost, pp: $91 USD
T1 Grandstand ticket
T1 Grandstand is positioned at the outer side of Turn 1. Here the spectators can enjoy a unique experience with extensive view of the start and finish straight, turn 1, 12, 13 and 14, as well as the pit lane exit.
Extra cost, pp: $140 USD
4-nights accommodation near Sochi Autodrom
Full breakfast daily
Russian visa invitaion letter and detailed visa manuals on how to apply for the visa in your country of residence
24/7 English speaking support line in Russia
Discovery Russia support line in Russia, 24/7
Opening: 20 September 2014 Inaugural Russian Grand Prix: 10 to 12 October 2014 Circuit length: 5 848 метров Lap record: 1:35.337 - Nico Rosberg (2016 Russian Grand Prix qualifying)