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Did you know that F1 estimates that approximately 2.69 million fans attended in total all of the GRand Prix events in 2021, lower than the pre-COVID figures of 4.16 million, but still encouraging and shows there is still a huge demand for seeing the event live.

Seeing a live race is the ultimate experience for any Formula One fan. You get to see the highest level of international drivers go head-to-head, and you make memories that will last a lifetime.

If you're planning on attending a Formula One race soon, our F1 survival guide will teach you everything you'll need to know to get the best out of your experience.

Read on for our comprehensive spectator's guide to Formula One.

Before You Go

The main Formula One schedule runs from March to December, with some of the biggest races being ones we provide hospitality for: Monaco, Silverstone, and Monza to name abut a few, check out the full calendar for more details

Buying Your Ticket

Purchasing tickets online is simple if you plan ahead of time. Prices typically vary between $100 and $500, depending on the event. Parking permits can range from $40 to $400 for weekend access.

We offer a complete Grand Prix and race day hospitality package to help you make the most of your racing day out. We've got you covered for all aspects of your trip so that you can focus on the Grand Prix action and we believe we have the knowledge and training to make your weekend the most enjoyable you can have around.

Planning Your Trip

A racing weekend isn't like going to a local sports event. You don't just sit down and enjoy the game. A typical F1 racing course covers 3 or 4 miles, with many observation points that present a high level of logistical complexity.

Our service is with you all the way. From airport and train transfers to guided spectating and a catered lunch service is provided, we'll ensure your Grand Prix is one to remember.

While You're There

Once you arrive at your destination, you'll need to make a schedule to make the best of your race weekend. These tips will help you make a solid race day plan:

Arrive Early

Arrive early on race day is essential. This gives you a chance to watch the support races before the main event, evaluate which angle or position will provide the best view, and participate in the famed pit walk, which lets you look inside each team's garages and potentially meet Formula One drivers.

You've come to witness the greatest racing competition in the world, so be sure you take full advantage of the packed Formula One schedule. 

Buy a Program

Be sure to pick up an official Formula One race program.

The program will include maps and Formula One drivers' profiles, as well as information on autographs and photo opportunities, what entertainment is scheduled, and other ways to make the most of your day.

The Ultimate F1 Survival Guide

So, now you know how to attend the Grand Prix in style with this F1 survival guide.

Our comprehensive packages provide a full service that allows you to concentrate on the action and make the best out of your racing trip and if you have any questions or suggestions, then please let us know.

Don't hesitate to contact us today for our full range of F1 hospitality tours.


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