Hungary - Budapest Circuit Race Track Wall Art

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Budapest

When was the track built?

Work began on the Hungaroring in 1985, and the track was race-ready just nine months later. The Hungarian government had originally considered reviving the old Nepliget park circuit in Budapest in a bid to host Formula 1 in the country, but in the end decided to create a purpose-built facility instead.

When was its first Grand Prix?

The year was 1986. Nelson Piquet won the first F1 race around the Hungaroring, famously slithering his Williams around the outside of Ayrton Senna’s Lotus to take the lead.

What’s the circuit like?

The lack of straights at the Hungaroring often sees it compared to a karting circuit – and it’s true, the resemblance is uncanny. With several series of corners to string together, teams opt for Monaco levels of downforce, with a well-sorted chassis tending to be rewarded over horsepower given the short straights on offer. It’s a challenge many of the drivers relish, however, with finding a good rhythm key to setting fast lap times.

We laser cut and hand paint a replica of the Hungary race track, that comes with stainless steel standoffs, to be proudly displayed as wall art.

The track design comes in 2 standard sizes which are laser cut from either a 800mm x 600mm Board or a 600mm x 400mm board. Each track design will pretty much utilize the space given without distorting the track shape.


The race track wall art can come with the track name in the center of the art piece too.