Hungarian Grand Prix visitor numbers up, following last year’s decline

Tourism

This yearʼs Formula One Hungarian Grand Prix, which celebrated its 30th anniversary this year, drew 186,000 visitors to the Hungaroring track on the outskirts of Budapest, Zsolt Gyulay, head of Hungaroring Sport told Hungarian state-owned all news channel M1.

Visitor numbers were up by 10% as compared to last year, Gyulay said. Ticket sales were down last year at 169,000, as compared to the record 247,000 of the preceding year.

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