In a modern era that has seen F1 of explore new lands, emerging markets and construct shinier, state-of-the-art circuits, the return to Austria in 2014 represents something of a break from the norm for the sport.
With roots that can be traced back to the 1970s when it was known as the Osterreichring, a circuit that held lofty status alongside the Nordschleife and Spa-Francorchamps as one of F1's most challenging, fearsome and iconic circuits, today's Red Bull Ring is nonetheless a very different prospect.
That said, new name and upgraded facilities aside, the Red Bull Ring remains all-but-identical to the A1-Ring that held Austria's annual race between 1997 and 2003.
Of course, Red Bull's emergence as an F1 superpower since Austria's last grand prix more than ten years ago explains its return in 2014 and is a refreshing addition at a time when there are fewer and fewer European races on the calendar.
In preparation for Austria's return to F1, we have prepared an infographic so you know everything there is to know about the Austrian Grand Prix at the Red Bull Ring.
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