Red Bull Ring, Austria

The circuit was originally built in 1969 and was rebuild to it´s actual 4.3km layout in 1996

Aleix Viu, Marc Garcia, Red Bull Rookies Cup, race 1, Austrian MotoGP. 13th August 2016

The Red Bull Ring is located in the town of Spielberg in Styria, Austria. The circuit was originally built in 1969 and was known as the Österreichring. In 1996 it was completely rebuilt with a 4.3km layout and renamed the A1 ring. The track was closed after the 2004 season as it was in need of refurbishment. After three years of inaction, Red Bull began a $70 million reconstruction of the circuit in 2008 and it was finally inaugurated as the Red Bull Ring and re-opened in 2011. The 2016 season saw the Red Bull Ring host its first MotoGP™ race as the World Championship returned to Austria for the first time since 1997.

Detailed Track Map Spielberg

Session 1

Watch Red Bull Rookies Cup 2018 in Spielberg, Austria LIVE!

Another year and another grid of young riders set to duke it out to become the 2018 Red Bull MotoGP Rookies Cup champion.

Webcast: We will stream the entire 2 Races LIVE on redbullrookiescup.com and Red Bull TV. Red Bull TV is available on connected TVs, gaming consoles, mobile devices and more. For a full list of supported devices visit redbull.tv/apps

Start Times
Race 1 (11th August): 16:20 CET
Race 2 (12th August): 15:20 CET
Note: Show times start 10 minutes before each race.

Video on Demand: The entire competition will be available as a REPLAY right after the event on rookiescup.redbull.com and Red Bull TV. 

TV: The event will broadcast LIVE on various TV stations around the globe. Please check your local listings.

Results: For points standings and results visit redbullrookiescup.com/results

Session 2

Results

Pos # Rider Nat Time
1 6 Ryusei Yamanaka Japan 1'48.543
2 24 Xavier Artigas Spain 0.096
3 83 Meikon Kawakami Brazil 0.203
4 28 Adrián Carrasco Spain 0.603
5 92 Yuki Kunii Japan 0.731
6 43 Steward Garcia Colombia 0.749
7 31 Gerry Salim Indonesia 0.845
8 61 Can Öncü Turkey 1.319
9 99 Carlos Tatay Spain 1.334
10 5 Simon Jespersen Denmark 1.354
fastest lap

Ryusei Yamanaka – Lap 14

1'48.543 143.20kph

Circuit best lap

Ayumu Sasaki – 2016

1'39.302 156.50kph

Circuit record lap

Ayumu Sasaki – 2016

1'39.302 156.50kph

Pos # Rider Nat Time Pts
1 6 Ryusei Yamanaka Japan 28'46.035 25
2 24 Xavier Artigas Spain 0.129 20
3 61 Can Öncü Turkey 0.314 16
4 53 Deniz Öncü Turkey 0.421 13
5 12 Filip Salač Czech Republic 0.444 11
6 99 Carlos Tatay Spain 0.584 10
7 43 Steward Garcia Colombia 0.702 9
8 22 Peetu Paavilainen Finland 1.045 8
9 29 Billy Van eerde Australia 2.340 7
10 40 Sean Kelly USA 2.102 6
fastest lap

Can Öncü – Lap 6

1'40.279 155.00kph

pole lap

Ryusei Yamanaka

1'48.543 143.20kph

Circuit best lap

Ayumu Sasaki – 2016

1'39.302 156.50kph

Circuit record lap

Ayumu Sasaki – 2016

1'39.302 156.50kph

Pos # Rider Nat Time Pts
1 24 Xavier Artigas Spain 28'39.989 25
2 61 Can Öncü Turkey 0.272 20
3 12 Filip Salač Czech Republic 0.417 16
4 53 Deniz Öncü Turkey 0.630 13
5 43 Steward Garcia Colombia 0.646 11
6 99 Carlos Tatay Spain 0.816 10
7 6 Ryusei Yamanaka Japan 0.871 9
8 31 Gerry Salim Indonesia 1.064 8
9 92 Yuki Kunii Japan 1.308 7
10 22 Peetu Paavilainen Finland 8.451 6
fastest lap

Deniz Öncü – Lap 15

1'40.014 155.40kph

Circuit best lap

Ayumu Sasaki – 2016

1'39.302 156.50kph

Circuit record lap

Ayumu Sasaki – 2016

1'39.302 156.50kph