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Welcome back - A quick guide to the Austrian GP

The Austrian Grand Prix returns to the Formula 1 calendar this year after a ten-year absence. The circuit layout has changed a lot over the years, but the last version used between 1996 and 2003, largely remains, albeit slightly modified by new owners Red Bull. Here's your quick-fire guide to the old but sort of new venue. The Red Bull Ring - as it's now known - is located in Spielberg, Styria in the southeast of Austria. It's about a two hour drive from the capital, Vienna. More from less: The circuit itself officially features seven corners according to the official website, however F1 has managed to squeeze in an extra two, without even changing the layout (4 and 7). That makes it...
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