Is Styria a real place?
Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. listen); Croatian and Slovene: Štajerska; Hungarian: Stájerország) is a state (Bundesland) in the southeast of Austria. With an area of 16,401 km2 (6,332 sq mi), Styria is the second largest state of Austria, after Lower Austria. The state capital is Graz.
What is Styria famous for?
Styria is world famous for its pumpkin seed oil. It is, without doubt, THE signature Styrian speciality: its dark green colour, nutty aroma and intense flavour make it unique.
Where are the Styrian mountains?
|Northern Styrian Alps|
|States of Austria||Styria, Upper Austria and Lower Austria|
|Borders on||Styrian Prealps, Eastern Tauern Alps, Salzkammergut and Upper Austria Alps and Northern Lower Austria Alps|
Where is Styrian Grandprix?
Red Bull Ring
Styrian Grand Prix/Event locations
Where is the Styrian Grand Prix held and how many laps is it? The race takes place at the Red Bull Ring, located in Austria. Drivers will race 71 laps covering a total distance of 306.452 kilometres.
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Why is it called the Styrian Grand Prix?
Organisers of the race signed a contract with Liberty Media, the sport’s commercial rights holder, to host a second round at the circuit on 12 July (a week after the first race) to be known as the “Styrian Grand Prix”. The race was named for Styria, the state of Austria that the Red Bull Ring is located in.
Why are there two Austrian Prixes?
Because each event on the F1 calendar must have a unique name, both races at the Red Bull Ring could not have been dubbed the Austrian Grand Prix. As a result, the sport chose to name the second race at the site after the region in which the track is located, namely Styria.