F1 Tickets - Number 1 for all your Grand Prix ticket needs
Welcome to our F1 tickets section – the place for all your Grand Prix needs, no matter where in the world you are from. We’ve been working with the top ticket companies for over 7 years, helping send millions of F1 fans to races all over the world. Where will you go? Below is a list of all races on the Formula 1 calendar as well as the on sale status for each seller. This list is updated hourly:
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|Monaco GP||Circuit de Monaco||2013-05-2323 - 2013-05-2626 May|
|Canadian GP||Circuit Gilles Villeneuve||2013-06-0707 - 2013-06-0909 Jun|
|British GP||Silverstone Circuit||2013-06-2828 - 2013-06-3030 Jun|
|German GP||Nurburgring||2013-07-0505 - 2013-07-0707 Jul|
|Hungarian GP||Hungaroring||2013-07-2626 - 2013-07-2828 Jul|
|Belgian GP||Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps||2013-08-2323 - 2013-08-2525 Aug|
|Italian GP||Autodromo Nazionale Monza||2013-09-0606 - 2013-09-0808 Sep|
|Singapore GP||Marina Bay Street Circuit||2013-09-2020 - 2013-09-2222 Sep|
|Korean GP||Jeonnam Circuit||2013-10-0404 - 2013-10-0606 Oct|
|Japanese GP||Suzuka International Racing Course||2013-10-1111 - 2013-10-1313 Oct|
|Indian GP||Buddh International Circuit||2013-10-2525 - 2013-10-2727 Oct|
|Abu Dhabi GP||Yas Marina Circuit||2013-11-0101 - 2013-11-0303 Nov|
|United States GP||Circuit of the Americas||2013-11-1515 - 2013-11-1717 Nov|
|Brazilian GP||Autodromo Jose Carlos Pace||2013-11-2222 - 2013-11-2424 Nov|
Who do we work with?
enterF1.com has direct relationships with the four big players in the F1 ticket selling industry. These companies are BookF1.com, Formula1Tickets.net (GooTickets.com), GPTicketshop.com and MyGPTicket.com. These companies are based in the United Kingdom, Monaco, Hungary and Germany respectively. All four companies are official providers for F1 tickets and can supply and deliver to any customer / address in the world – they are all well and truly global!
We have a very specific and popular guide on where to buy F1 tickets which offers a full profile on each of the above websites as well as all the links you need to get buying.
Different types of F1 tickets – which are right for you?
There are different categories of F1 tickets which you will want to consider before purchasing. It all comes down to the experience you are looking for and what your budget will stretch to. Generally speaking, most Grand Prix circuits cater for all fans. From spectators who are happy to be pressed up against the fence at the most exciting corners, to those who want the life of luxury in a VIP champagne marquee. There is of course plenty of middle ground too, grandstand tickets for example...
General Admission F1 Tickets
General Admission tickets are for F1 fans are on a budget who don’t require a grandstand seat over the race weekend. These tickets gain you access to the circuit and numerous public viewing points, which are usually grassy hills or made up of gravel banking. General admission is great for fans looking to explore a Grand Prix circuit and watch the racing from a variety of vantage spots. On Sunday, the race day, you usually have to get into the circuit pretty early if you want a decent view as it is first come first served behind the fences. If you want to take the hassle of that out of your weekend, why not consider buying...
Grandstand F1 Tickets
Grandstand tickets for any Grand Prix will cost you quite a bit more than general admission, but are definitely worth considering. With a grandstand F1 ticket booked, you have the luxury of turning up to the circuit at any time you choose as you have an allocated seat. It's well worth checking out youtube.com and searching for different corner names as many people have taken videos during the races, showing you the view they had - a priceless way to choose the right grandstand! If you buy a weekend ticket, look out for whether it include roving access to other grandstands on Friday and Saturday around the circuit. This means you can potentially sit wherever you like for the practice / qualifying sessions, but must use your allocated seat on the race day.
VIP Hospitality F1 Tickets
Being the glamorous sport that Formula 1 is, there are of course some pretty incredible hospitality packages you can choose from to make your race weekend extra special. If you don’t fancy braving the weather and want to enjoy the race in comfort, each GP offer a variety of vantage points to watch the action. Every Grand Prix circuit is different but prices usually start from £500 per person with the sky being the limit on what you can spend if you really fancy going for it!
The Ultimate: Paddock Club F1 Tickets
If you think the only way to enjoy a Grand Prix weekend is to rub shoulders with past and present motorsport stars, and even celebrities like Rihanna, then you probably need to enter the F1 Paddock Club. It’s a completely unrivalled experience which includes parking, food, alcohol, soft drinks, champagne and a gift pack. Most circuits host the Paddock Club above the pits giving you a bird’s eye view on all the key action. Check out our F1 Paddock Club page for more details on this unique package!
Do you want to go for the whole weekend, or just race day?
Most Grand Prix organisers offer fans the choice of Sunday only race tickets, or full three day weekend passes. In terms of value for money, the full weekend ticket obviously is a better deal. Even if you can’t make the Friday practice sessions, a weekend ticket will still often work out cheaper than buying a Saturday and a Sunday ticket. Going to a race over a few days is a really enjoyable experience compared to dashing to and from the race and sitting in the inevitable traffic! When buying your tickets, make sure you read which days they entitle you to enter the circuit. A common mistake!
I need help purchasing my F1 Tickets!
No worries! We are here to help you pick and choose the right F1 tickets, whatever Grand Prix you are off to. Head to our contact us page, post on our facebook wall or tweet us @enterF1 and we’ll get back to you in a jiffy! Read more about 2013 F1 Tickets here.
F1 Ticket News - All the latest details on Grand Prix ticket sales
- Arrive in style for the British Grand Prix:
With little over a month until the British Grand Prix, we take a look at highlight of the British motorsport calendar.
- When do F1 tickets get dispatched from GooTickets / BookF1 and other websites?:
Many F1 fans are left wondering where their tickets are after they book so far in advanced. Here we answer when they will receive their F1 tickets.
- 2013 F1 Tickets Preseason Update - On sale, on offer and selling out!:
With less than 3 weeks to go until the opening round in Melbourne, let's take a look at the current prices and availability of 2013 F1 tickets.
- British Grand Prix Tickets for Children/Kids Explained:
Thinking of taking your your child or children to the British Grand Prix? Unsure what the deal is on the ticket front? We explain how Silverstone deal with bring your kids to the Grand Prix.
- The new Silverstone ticket 'Bands' explained – British Grand Prix:
Silverstone have scrapped their old way of categorising their F1 tickets. The new system includes 12 "Bands" of tickets which aim to satisfy a large range of budgets. Here is it is explained.
- Trio Package details for 2013 Canadian Grand Prix Tickets:
Here is a great initiative from the organisers of the Canadian Grand Prix. They are now offering three different "Trio Packages" which offers fans a reserved seat in 3 different grandstands over the GP weekend.
- A matter of time: European F1 races to be culled one by one:
The man in charge of Formula 1, Bernie Ecclestone, has spoken of a probably cull to the amount of European F1 rounds present in the championship in the coming years.
- New Jersey Grand Prix put back to 2014:
The 2013 F1 calendar has shrunk to 19 races after it was confirmed that the Grand Prix of America in New Jersey has been postponed.
- F1 Tickets 2013 – Your official source for all 2013 Grand Prix tickets:
Advice and information on buying 2013 Formula 1 tickets. With prices and availability information for all 20 races that make up the 2013 F1 calendar.
- F1 Silverstone 2012 Tickets - Buy 2012 Silverstone tickets:
Coming to the British Grand Prix? You can still purchase F1 Silverstone 2012 Tickets online - the race weekend takes places between 6th-8th July 2012.
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