Located near the city centre of the Hungarian capital, Budapest, with its sparkling nightlife running along the Danube, the Hungaroring offers an interesting and tricky race track for the DTM drivers.
Budapest for the fifth time in DTM history

The Hungaroring has hosted the most popular international touring car series four times in its 31 seasons. Last year, the eventual 2017 DTM driver’s champion René Rast not only scored his first two pole positions at the Hungarian circuit, but also his maiden DTM race victory.


Győr in Hungary is one of the sixteen AUDI AG sites, from which the journey to the Hungaroring is only about 90 minutes.

Race facts

The track on the doorstep of the Hungarian capital features many interesting corner combinations. As the circuit is quite bumpy, the car set-up is particularly challenging for the engineers. However, the drivers face the biggest challenge: the 4.381-kilometre-long Hungaroring has hardly any overtaking places, which is why qualifying will be so important for this race.