See you at the FORMULA 1 VTB RUSSIAN GRAND PRIX 2020!

The Formula 1 event in Sochi is speed, passion and style contained in one race weekend:

SPEED

World’s best drivers fighting each other

Legendary championship

Groundbreaking solutions and technical achievements

Extreme battles at the first and only F1 circuit in the country

F2 and F3 support races

PASSION

Great experience for each of tens of thousands of fans

Festival of Thrill and Engines

Sports and entertainment sites in the Olympic Park

Concerts

STYLE

Entertainment during the Formula 1 event

Traditional activities and the new culture of modern Sochi

All celebrities in one place

Parties during the Formula 1 event

See you at the FORMULA 1 VTB RUSSIAN GRAND PRIX 2020!

FORMULA 1
FORMULA 1 is the top open-wheel motorsport category. There the best drivers fight each other closely followed by millions of fans across the globe.
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.
In 2020, Russia in the FIA Formula One World Championship™ is represented by Daniil Kvyat driving for AlphaTauri. 
SUPPORT RACES
Support races are full of uncompromising battles between young talented drivers dreaming of getting into Formula 1. In 2020, rounds of the best youth international championships Formula 2 and Formula 3 will be supporting acts for the Russian Grand Prix.
A Formula 2 and Formula 3 sports weekend consists of one practice session, a qualifying session and two races.
In the 2020 season, Russia is represented by Robert Shwartzman, Artem Markelov and Nikita Mazepin in Formula 2 and by Alexander Smolyar in Formula 3. 
CIRCUIT
Sochi Autodrom is the only circuit hosting Formula 1® races in Russia.
It was designed by Tilke GmbH & Co. KG and officially opened in the Olympic Park in Sochi on 20 September 2014. From 9 to 12 October 2014, it hosted the inaugural 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 long Turn 3 - a 750m constant-radius left-hander. 
See you at the FORMULA 1 VTB RUSSIAN GRAND PRIX 2020!
The Formula One World Championship round that will be held at Sochi Autodrom from 24 to 27 September 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 seventh time already.
A packed entertainment programme and concerts at the Russian Grand Prix venue will ensure an incredible experience and lots of fun for the spectators, while affordable tickets will allow to leave all the worries about the trip behind and enjoy the country’s main racing event!