The FIA Formula One World Championship round at Sochi Autodrom will be the biggest motorsport event of the year in Russia.
The best drivers in the world in technically perfect racing cars will face off in a battle for the win on the track in the Olympic Park for the sixth time already.
A packed entertainment programme and concerts at the Russian Grand Prix venue ensure an incredible experience and lots of fun for the spectators.
Affordable tickets allow you to leave your worries about the trip behind and enjoy the main racing event of this autumn.
The sixth Formula 1 Russian Grand Prix will be held from 26 to 29 September. This is your chance to join the world of Grand Prix racing! 
Formula 1 is the top open-wheel racing category in motorsport. There the best drivers battle each other closely followed by millions of fans across the globe.
The first FIA Formula One Drivers’ World Championship was held in 1950. In 2019, it is being held for the 70th time already. Now there are 10 teams and 20 drivers competing in the world championship. These include Daniil Kvyat driving for Toro Rosso.
The Formula 1 sports weekend consists of three practice sessions, a qualifying session and the race which will determine the winner of the Russian Grand Prix. After the race finishes, the top three drivers and a representative of the winning team will go onto the podium for the prize-giving ceremony. 
This year, the Russian Grand Prix weekend will include races of the Formula 2 and Formula 3 international championships.
The support races are full of uncompromising battles between young talented drivers dreaming of getting into Formula 1. Sochi Autodrom has already hosted a Formula 2 round last year, and the revamped Formula 3 will make its first appearance on the track in the Olympic Park.
Russian driver Nikita Mazepin is competing for ART Grand Prix in Formula 2. In Formula 3, Russia is being represented by Robert Shwartzman driving for Prema. 
Sochi Autodrom is the only circuit in Russia to be granted the right to host Formula 1 races.
It was designed by Tilke GmbH & Co. KG in conjunction with Russian specialists and officially opened in the Olympic Park in Sochi on 20 September 2014. From 9 to 12 October 2014, it hosted the first ever Formula 1 Russian Grand Prix.
The length of the Sochi Autodrom track is 5,848 metres. It runs around 2014 Winter Olympic Games venues.
The track has 18 turns in total: 12 right ones and 6 left ones. Looking at a map of the track, your eye can’t help but be drawn to the epic Turn 3. Its length is 650 metres.
At the 2019 Russian Grand Prix, the drivers will complete 53 laps. The total distance will be 309.745km. 
The pit lane walk will give you a unique chance to get to the place where no spectators can enter at any other time.
Thursday’s pit lane walk is open to all the spectators, except for the General Admission ticket holders.
The Russian Grand Prix guests will be able to get autographs of their favourite Formula 1 and support races drivers during the autograph sessions that will be held in the Central Square of the Olympic Park.
Refuel In Sport Run
In the evening on Saturday, 28 September, the Sochi Autodrom track, still hot from the wheels of racing cars, will hold the unique “Refuel in Sport” night run, organised by Lukoil. 1,200 people will take part in it, and its distance will be 5,555 meters. The start signal for the run will be given at 21:00.
The first 100 finishers will get tickets for the 2019 Russian Grand Prix. You can register for the run following the link below. Part of the proceeds will go towards the development of children's motorsport.
Lukoil is an official sponsor of the 2019 Russian Grand Prix and a long-term partner of Sochi Autodrom. 
Schedule 2019