2021 Russian Grand Prix (Formula One)
September 23 - September 26
Round 15 of the 2021 Formula One season is the 2021 Russian Grand Prix at the Sochi Autodrom in Sochi, Russia. The 2020 Russian Grand Prix was the 10th round of the 2020 season after the delay caused by the Covid-19 pandemic. Lewis Hamilton started on pole but could only finish third after serving two 5-second penalties, the race was Valtteri Bottas with Max Vertsappen in second place.
Venue Information for 2021 Russian Grand Prix
How do I get tickets for 2021 Russian Grand Prix?
Ticket prices vary considerably for the Formula 1 depending on which day you attend and which kind of ticket you want – varying from VIP to Grandstand to General Admission.
For further information and to purchase tickets, visit the official Sochi Autodrom website here.
Sochi International Airport is among the ten largest airports in Russia, with domestic links to much of Russia as well as internationally to Dubai, Istanbul and other destinations in eastern Europe. The airport is located just 10km from the Sochi Autodrom.
To reach the circuit from the airport, take a commuter train to the Imeretinskiy Kurort station. The interval between the trains is from 1 to 4 hours. Alternatively take No. 57 or No. 135 to the circuit.
Further travel information is available on the Sochi Autodrom guide.