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BUDAPEST, HUNGARY - JULY 31: Antonio Giovinazzi of Italy driving the (99) Alfa Romeo Racing C41

We recommend using PUBLIC TRANSPORT to the circuit. We provide plenty of free parking around the Hungaroring. Journeys may take longer, as traffic jams can happen at any time. We recommend leaving your car at home and utilizing the public transportation services of the MÁV-VOLÁN Group (suburban railway train, bus, and train) to reach the circuit.

During the event, the suburban railway line H8 will operate with increased capacity, running more frequently than usual, every 10-15 minutes, accommodating hundreds of passengers on each green train. The Volánbusz will provide a complimentary fan bus service between Kerepes suburban railway station and Gate 3 of the race track. Additionally, the Szilasliget suburban railway station will offer access to the race track gates following a brisk 30-minute walk. On your return journey, if Budapest is your destination, the MÁV-VOLÁN Group suggests utilizing the modern, air-conditioned motorized trains from the special buses to Gödöllő. The KISS and double FLIRT motorized trains depart every quarter of an hour from Keleti station, offering the quickest route to the capital. The MÁV-HÉV suburban railway services are primarily recommended for passengers disembarking between Mogyoród and Örs vezér tere.

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HÉV (local train): Örs vezér square - Kerepes station From Örs vezér tere spectators can take the H8 HÉV to Kerepes HÉV station, from where they can take the dedicated bus service to Hungaroring Gate 3. The H8 HÉV will run more frequently and with increased number of carriages, while the Volánbusz service will be adjusted to the HÉV timetable during the 2024 Hungarian Grand Prix weekend (Friday, Saturday, Sunday).

Kerepes HÉV station - Hungaroring Gate 3 (Volánbusz bus service) Friday 07:00 - 13:20 Saturday 07:00 - 15:50 Sunday 07:00 - 14:50

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From Hungaroring Gate 3 dedicated bus service will transport spectators to Gödöllő Railway Station. From Gödöllő Railway Station, spectators can take the H8 HÉV to Örs vezér tere, the MÁV-START trains to Keleti Railway Station in Budapest, and other parts of the country can also be reached by trains from Gödöllő (destinations outside Budapest are subject to additional charges). The H8 HÉV will run more frequently and with increased number of carriages, MÁV-START trains with increased capacity and Volánbusz service will be adjusted to the HÉV timetable during the 2024 Formula 1 Hungarian Grand Prix weekend (Friday, Saturday, Sunday).

Hungaroring Gate 3 - Gödöllő Railway Station (Volánbusz bus service) Friday 16:00 - 20:00 Saturday 16:00 - 20:00 Sunday 16:45 - 20:30

Tickets required for public transport

For transportation, we suggest the Pest County 24-day ticket or the 30-day Pest County pass, which can also be procured as an F1 Travel Pass for the Hungarian Grand Prix. Additionally, the 72, 72+, 96, and 120-hour Budapest Cards are valid for vehicles commuting to and from the 2024 Formula 1 Hungarian Grand Prix between July 19-21.

Budapest Card Budapest Card holders arriving for the 2024 Formula 1 Hungarian Grand Prix can travel to the event with the 72, 72+, 96 and 120-hour Budapest Card.

The Budapest Card is valid for the entire route detailed above between 21-23 July.

Further details on transportation, precise timetables, and ticket purchasing information: https://www.mavcsoport.hu/F1 Budapest Card further details and sales points: https://www.budapestinfo.hu/en/budapest-card

TAXI The official taxi partner of the Hungaroring for the 2024 Formula 1 Hungarian Grand Prix is Főtaxi. 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. Official website: www.fotaxi.hu

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