- Sunday | May 24, 2015
- 1:00 pm
- Monte Carlo, Monaco
- +44 (0)2035140646
Tickets are now on sale for the 2016 Monaco Grand Prix.
Sunday General Admission Tickets from £54
Early Bird Offer with Book F1
Tickets are now available for the 2015 Monaco Grand Prix, held around the famous streets of Monte Carlo. You can get yourself a Sunday General Admission ticket (Look out for Le Rocher) for as little as £68! Not bad when you consider the prices for race day at Silverstone start at £161!
Le Rocher is the steep rocky hill that rises towards the old town and the Princely Palace. There are no seats provided but you will have access to the hill and the avenue that runs along the the top. It is possible to get a good view of the Piscine and the Rascasse area, or even the pit lane entry and main straight. If you get a spot at the highest point of the hill it’s also possible to see the tunnel exit but don’t forget your binoculars. As you can imagine at this price the tickets are very popular and do sell out fast.
Tickets for the Grandstand on race day Sunday 24th May (TBC) start at £121 for Grandstand Z1. The Z1 stand is located between Bureau de Tabac and Sainte-Dévote and off to the La Piscine. Please note this is not a seating area but a standing platform. The circuit view is OK, but as you’d expect it’s not as good as the more expensive stands.
If you’re looking for seats on the start/finish line you need the X2 Grandstand. Located on the main straight (basically a bend!), the stand offers best views of the build up and start of the race, as well as the finish and podium celebrations. The seats are numbered in this section and prices start from £300.
Grandstand M is located near the Port with front on views as the F1 cars exit the high speed Tabac corner and enter the swimming pool complex. Prices start at £418 for numbered seating and include the view of a giant screen.
The top of Grandstand L is very popular as it has views of the Piscine chicane, start of the pit lane and a view of the first few pit garages. This stand also has best views of the Princely Palace and the La Rocher.
If you’re looking for that extra special treat you can’t do better than the VIP Terrace with Formula one Paddock Club. There are 3 packages available Silver, Gold and Platinum. Prices start from £1,303 rising to just over £2,000. The silver package has excellent views of main straight, grid, pit line exit and podium ceremony. The Gold package is in a similar location but offers an elevated view and Platinum VIP package is located in a balcony suite perched high above the main straight.
All Monaco VIP Packages include first class service and and catering. An open bar is available serving Champagne and fine wine. Gourmet food including especially crafted dishes and exquisite desserts are served with fine wines and champagne.
Where to buy 2015 Monaco Grand Prix Tickets
GooTickets are definitely the company to try first for your Monaco Grand Prix tickets. They are based in Monte Carlo itself and secure the best prices from the race organiser, the ACM (Automobile Club de Monaco). Tickets go on sale almost immediately after the race for the following year, allowing fans to secure their ideal grandstand nice and early.
If you check out the Monaco page on GooTickets.com, you can actually click on each grandstand to check out the view it offers. We also have loads of photos and videos on our where to sit at the Monaco Grand Prix page.
Goo Tickets ship worldwide via UPS – you’re tickets will be safe!
Next up is BookF1 who may be British based, but also offer excellent prices on Monaco Grand Prix tickets. Comparing their prices to GooTickets (above), BookF1.com are more or less within £5 of each ticket price. Their Monaco page also features plenty of photos from each grandstand, as well as numerous user reviews from fans who have been before.
Book F1 sell thousands of Monaco GP tickets ever year. They’re a decent back up if you can’t find the tickets you need through GooTickets above.
GPTicketShop don’t price their Monaco tickets anywhere near as competitively as BookF1 and GooTickets. However, if availability is low on the sites above and you have some specific ideas on which tribune (grandstand) you want to sit in, try GP Ticket Shop and see what they have.
They have a really nice looking and easy to use website. They’ll look after you and you tickets will be sent securely via UPS.
The GP Ticket Shop website also offers links for hotel bookings and car rental as well as tickets to numerous other motorsport events around the world.