The Beginner’s Guide to Formula 1 Travel

Advice on planning, tickets, travel and accommodation for rookie fans attending their first Formula 1 Grand Prix.

How much will it cost?

Formula 1 is not a cheap spectator sport, but with careful planning, an F1 holiday doesn’t have to break the bank. A typical minimum expenditure for going to a full F1 race weekend (Friday-Sunday) including tickets, hotel and spending money will set the average fan back around $500-1000 USD, not factoring the cost of travel. If this is too much, general admission tickets for race day only can be had at most races for around $100 USD. Check the “Budget Planner” posts in our guides for more information about the cost of attending a race.

Organised tour or DIY?

Both options have their pros and cons, and will appeal to different types of fans. The big considerations are money and time. If you want the complete package with everything organized for you, and are prepared to pay for it, choose an organized tour. You’ll find F1 travel companies in major markets who specialize in organizing tours to F1 races. If you are on a budget and comfortable with independent overseas travel, then go for the DIY option, using our resources to help plan your trip.

Where to buy Formula 1 tickets

After you have decided to go to a race, choosing which ticket to buy – and from where to buy it – is one of your key decisions. Some race organizers handle their own ticket sales via an official channel (e.g. the circuit website), while others outsource to ticket agencies. The quality of customer service, information on available tickets and purchase process can vary in efficiency, depending on the destination. We co-operate with one of the biggest and most reputable F1 ticket companies, Grand Prix Tickets (GPT), who supply tickets to all the races on the current Formula 1 calendar. We’ve used them ourselves and can vouch for their honesty and professionalism.

Getting There

The majority of F1 circuits these days are located in or close to major cities, which makes booking flights easier and also limits the chances of having to pay an ‘F1 surcharge’.  If you wish to save some money when flying to a race, particularly in Europe, don’t automatically choose the closest airport to the city. There may be other airports close by for which the tickets are much cheaper.

Budget airlines are present in most large markets serving Formula 1 around the world (e.g. Ryanair and Easyjet in Europe, Air Asia in SE Asia), so use a site such as Skyscanner to research all the options. If you have more time and flexibility in your itinerary, don’t forget to check other means of travel such as train, self-drive, bus or ferry – particularly for the European races. More information about getting to the circuits on the current Formula 1 calendar can be found in the “Getting There & Around” posts in our guides.

Where to stay

Camping, which is still popular during the European F1 season, is the cheapest form of accommodation available. Take your tent or drive your camper van and experience immerse yourself in a weekend of Formula 1 action without leaving the track.

Another budget option is to stay in a hostel. Most F1 cities around the world offer hostel-style accommodation, which is particularly suited for the budget solo traveler or younger F1 fan. Be ready to share your room with other race fans and don’t expect luxury.

Budget hotels also appeal to many fans. A typical nightly price for a double room in a budget hotel in an F1 city over race weekend will run around $100-$150 USD. Be aware of location though, as you don’t want to book a great deal only to find that you are nowhere near public transport and need to spend a fortune on taxis to get to and from the circuit each day. There is no shortage of mid range and luxury hotel options for F1 travelers in host cities around the world.  Expect to pay around $200-300 USD per night for a double room in a mid-range hotel and upwards of $500 USD per night for a five star hotel, depending on the location.

Many F1 circuits are located close to large cities, so a good trade off is to stay where there are better accommodation options, but with a longer daily commute to and from the circuit. Don’t forget that large accommodation booking sites such as Booking.com often allow you to reserve a room with no down payment, and with free cancellation if your plans change and you can’t make it to the race. Airbnb is also worth considering for city races and is particularly popular in F1 destinations such as Australia, Canada and the USA.

What to pack?

Resist the temptation to pack too much! If you have forgotten something, it will be relatively easy to buy at your destination. Don’t forget to leave some room in your bag for F1 merchandise and gifts for yourself, family and friends. Make sure you have comfortable clothing and practical shoes which you have already worn in, as you will cover a lot of ground on foot over the course of a race weekend.

Research the likely weather conditions at the race you will be attending and pack accordingly. Don’t forget to take along a decent camera to capture your experience. Make sure you have a spare memory card or at least have the ability to download photos after each day so you don’t run out of space for photos over the weekend. A power bank is also a necessity for your mobile phone at the track.

On the Ground

Do your research before arriving in the host city for the race. Know how to get to your hotel and how to get to the track. Have a printed map or save some Google Maps on your smart phone before you leave.

When you arrive, look to purchase the official printed race program for the event as soon as possible, even at the airport on arrival. It is usually available at newsagents in the host city and will be an invaluable source of local information over the Grand Prix weekend. It’s also a great memento to take home with you.

The tracks where F1 races are held are often some distance from where you are going to be staying, so it pays to know in advance how you are going to get from your hotel to the track and back each day.


Before you leave for the track each day, pack a small backpack with essentials such as extra clothing (e.g. rain jacket, or a spare t-shirt if it is really hot and humid), hat, umbrella, sun screen and camera. If you are on a budget, take along your own food and drink as trackside prices are high. Most circuits allow fans into the circuit with their own food and at least one plastic bottles (glass is generally prohibited at racetracks).

Once you are at the track, you will need to find your entry gate and get yourself oriented. Your ticket should be provided with a good circuit map to help you out. Get yourself a lanyard to make sure you don’t lose your ticket and it is readily available for any inspections throughout the day. If you are taking public transport, be aware that it can be very crowded if you are leaving at the same time as all the other fans at the end of the day. If you don’t want to be a sardine on the train or bus home, delay your exit from the circuit by an hour or so.

One of the best experiences of the whole weekend is the opportunity to walk down the pit straight after the end of the race and join the other fans for the podium celebrations. The track is normally opened to fans just minutes after the end of the race, so if you want a good view of the podium, get close to the finish line as the end of the race approaches.

Above all, have fun! Around 500m fans watch F1 on TV each year, but only a few million are lucky enough to see the sport live. As well as an amazing sensory experience, F1 circuits offer an awesome atmosphere and the opportunity to meet like-minded fans from around the world.

Been to a race and want to provide your own advice? Got some questions? Leave a comment below!

86 thoughts on “The Beginner’s Guide to Formula 1 Travel”

  1. Hello, My wife and I will be in Monaco during the F1 week. Race day tickets are not as readily available as the Saturday and those that are tend to be the most high priced and outside of our budget. We are really interested in attending the event, and if we do it will be our very first F1 event. We would want it to be a memorable experience. Would you recommend attending Saturday or at least outline the benefits of attending Saturday.

    Thank you in advance.

    1. Hi Joe. The cheapest day to go is in fact Thursday, when all tickets are 60-70 EUR. You still get a great atmosphere and 2+ hours of on-track F1 action. Saturday is also good for qualifying, but it’s more expensive again. If it’s your first F1 event, I don’t think it matters which day you go. Sunday is the most exciting, but it’s also the most crowded and harder to get to and around the circuit. You can read about our experience going to just Thursday/Friday at Monaco in 2014: https://f1destinations.com/monaco-monza-weekend/

      1. WHAT? Go all the way to Monaco and forego seeing the race on Sunday? Please – this is a bucket list venue. When are you going to be in Monaco on race week again?!

        Many hotels along the race route offer “hospitality” suites. Hotel suites with balconies and/or rooftops, restaurants, patios &/or yachts that are catered, out of the weather, have open bars & luxury of luxuries: clean, close bathrooms used by a limited number of people(typically 14 to a suite).

        Consider a hospitality package for Sunday to see the real race. It’s not cheap (…it is Monaco),but suite/yacht/Rascasse accommodations are still available. You & your wife deserve it.

    2. David Winsemius

      Went to both Saturday and Sunday in 2009 and I found that renting one of the radio-linked viewing gadgets for about 60 USD/day was well worth it. May be able to do it on your cellphone now. Made keeping up with the positions much easier. I’m not sure that going only Saturday makes as much sense if you are already there and want the flavor of the trackside action. On race day there were people who climbed the road that looks down on La Rascasse (and I think the pits) and I think they paid nothing. (But I don’t know if there was some sort of limited access to that venue.) I suppose you could hang out in the streets and watch on a mobile device or you could retreat on race day to an air-conditioned hotel room if they broadcast the race locally then afterwards go back out to the streets.

      Our trip to the US GP was not as entertaining. Monaco was much more memorable.

  2. Hi I’m taking my husband to Silverstone as a surprise with National Holidays. I’m a complete novice to the sport do you have any hints or tips?


    1. Hi Ange, here goes: check the weather forecast carefully and dress accordingly. There’s always lots of walking at a Grand Prix, so wear some decent, comfortable shoes. Make the most out of the Friday practice sessions, where you can sit in most grandstands. Install the F1 app on your mobile phone and pay for the premium content so you can follow what is happening on the track. Buy the race programme, it’s a nice momento from the event. Take lots of photos, but don’t forget to sometimes put the camera down and enjoy the atmosphere! I could go on, but that’s a start. Hope you have a great weekend!

  3. I would like to do Austin and then Mexico, but cannot find any guide to best places to sit at mexico, ideally we want to be in the area where the cars race between the grandstands, and I believe where the drivers podium was, any recommendations?

    1. Hi Kerry, sounds like a great plan. We don’t yet have too much information on Mexico, sorry. But the area you are looking for is the stadium section, which is either Grandstand 14 (Foro Sol South) or Grandstand 15 (Foro Sol North).

  4. Hi. I’ve never been to any European F1 races before but plan on going to one or two next year. I was wondering what is the difference between weekend ticket and Sunday ticket? Does the weekend ticket include passes for Friday Saturday and Sunday?

    1. Hi Tess. Yes, weekend tickets gives you access to the track for all three days of competition – Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Good luck with your plans to see some races in Europe next year!

  5. Hello, I’m looking into going to the 2017 F1 Austin race.I want to experience the full package. What’s your advice?

  6. Hello,

    I’m planning on talking my husband to the Monza 2017 F1. My question is: should I book through a travel agency or book on my own…I have read that generally getting around with all the people and the means of transportation can be rather chaotic… any recommendations?

    Thanks a lot!!

    1. If you book other holidays yourself, then you will be fine with Monza. Lots of useful information in our guide to help you out! Yes, getting to the track and back can be a little chaotic, but go with the flow and don’t stress out, you will be fine (take a taxi if walking long distances if a problem for you). And feel free to ask any questions.

  7. Hi I’m planning on going to the Mexico GP and was wondering are all the tickets fri-sun (3 day pass)? I was looking at the ticket description and it didn’t say it was for one day only, so I was wondering about that.

    1. Hi Flor, we will start publishing our Mexico GP travel guide very soon. As far as I am aware, tickets are sold for three days only. You can purchase here.

  8. Hi,
    I’m thinking to give F1 tickets to my husband. Since this is my first time, please, provide some guidance on what I should buy and where. I tried the F1 official page and it is not on sale but I go to ticketliquidators and they are selling them. Not familiar with the best location /best price thing. I’m interested in the 3 days in Austin, TX. Thank you

    1. Austin – been there, done that. Circuit of the Americas is out in the middle of nowhere with no on site hotels. There is a parking fee. Getting in and out is a long wait hassle. Unless you live close enough to drive in every day,you will want to stay at a hotel and are well served to stay with one offering a shuttle service to the track. This versus waiting in a queue in the scorching sun to get to and from your car in the enormous lot. Alternatively, if you have an RV, rent a trackside slot – but it’s not going to be inexpensive…could work if you went with a group & split the cost.

  9. Hi, My wife and I are headed to Monaco for our first grand prix ever. We are looking to buy the K1-2 premium grandstand seats. Is there a way to know or choose just which seats we are getting if we book through you? Thanks

    1. Hi Patrick, normally you can make a request for specific tickets and our supplier will do their best to accommodate you from their pool of tickets. However, since they are based in Monaco, I will put you in touch directly to discuss!

  10. Christopher Covington

    I’m travelling to baharain to attend the race is a ticket good for the whole weekend or just one day

  11. Hi,myself and a friend are headed to the Spanish Grand Prix in a few days time, we have tickets in the ‘Superfan’stand. I’ve been to Silverstone before but wondering if we need to dress a bit ‘smarter’ for the stands – any advice?

  12. Hi! I’m going to Silverstone in July and it’s my first Grand Prix. Just wondering how much time should I leave b4 the race? We’re sitting in Woodcoote A.


    1. Hi Danielle, it depends how far away you are coming from and how you are getting to Silverstone? If you are only travelling for Sunday, the I suggest you get to the track as early as possible as there’s lots of people and traffic on the small country roads near the circuit. I would be aiming to get there by around 10am to make the most of the day!

  13. Hello! I plan on going to Hungaroring two weeks from now with my friends and we want to buy General Admission tickes. Any tips for us? Should we buy a VIP parking ticket or we can easly find a normal one?
    Thank you

    1. Hi Andrea, good choice! I’m thinking of going to the race this year as well and I will probably also buy General Admission. It’s a really good offer there and tickets only cost 90 EUR. There’s more info about General Admission tickets here. I recommend finding a spot for the race somewhere on the hill behind the final corner. And normal parking is fine, though I never parked there on a race day; still I think there is plenty of parking. Just don’t be in a hurry to leave the circuit after the race, wait until the traffic calms down. Enjoy!

        1. Hi Andrea, depends on the day and whether you want to see everything. But I would try and get there earlier on Sunday morning for the support races (by around 9am)

  14. Hi. Just back from our 3rd Singapore race and want to try Europe next year. It’s not easy to find out if any of the European tracks also offer great pre and post race entertainment. Any help would be appreciated. Initially thinking of Belgium, Austria, Monaco, Spain and Italy. Many thanks

    1. Hi Hazel, Singapore was awesome, wasn’t it? Most of the European races do not offer the same kind of entertainment like in Singapore. The races that have good concerts at present are Abu Dhabi, Baku in Azerbaijan and the US Grand Prix in Austin. There are small concerts at the circuits you mentioned, but no big name acts. To be honest, you go to the European races for a different kind of experience. If you like a race where you can stay in a big city and easily travel to the track, I recommend Spain (stay in Barcelona), Hungary (stay in Budapest) or Monza (stay in Milan). All of these are great tracks and amazing cities. Good luck with your planning and let me know if you have more questions. Andy

  15. Does anyone know if I purchase tickets as a gift for the Belgium Grand Prix 2018 If i have to attend the even as I paid for them?

  16. Hi there,

    I am wanting to get tickets for my boyfriend to go to either the Spanish/Italian grand prix. I am just wondering if it is advisable to get seated tickets over general admission?

    Many Thanks!

    1. It’s a hard question to answer, but if you are young and fit, I would go for General Admission. The General Admission viewing areas at Circuit de Catalunya are excellent, lots of elevation above the track. Also you can make the most of “Free Friday” and sit in pretty much all the grandstands on that day anyway.

  17. As with others, I’m hoping to surprise my husband for our anniversary with tix and trip to a 2018 race. I watch with him on tv sometimes but so many options to try and plan! For location I’m looking for friendly locals as well aside from the track because we won’t know any of the possible languages. The places I’m considering (without knowing ticket prices on most yet): France, Spain, Germany, Italy. Any suggestions based on track and local culture??? Also any recommendations on getting assigned seating versus general admission for those that have the option. Cost obviously makes general admission sound nice, but I want to choose the best option.

    1. Hi Jan, ticket prices should be fairly simmilar for the races on your shortlist. Weather should be warm for all, but you have the beach as well in Spain and France. I can’t comment on the grandstands (assigned seating) at Paul Ricard in France, but the other venues have a good selection, including some cheaper seats. As for General Admission, Spain wins hands down. Lots of elevation so the views are awesome. Plus you get Free Friday, so can sit anywhere you want on that day (also in Italy, Germany). Without knowing much about France (the Paul Ricard circuit is coming back in 2018 after almost 30 years), my order would be: 1. Spain 2. Italy 3. Germany. I love Monza in Italy for the history and atmosphere, but the overall experience in Barcelona is better. Enjoy!

  18. We are planning to go to Budapest for this year’s Grand Prix. We haven’t booked F1 tickets yet. My husband is wondering if we could save money by paying for ground passes for practice and qualifying and then a Gold stand for the race itself? What do you think?

    1. Hi Gillian, good idea but it won’t work:) If you want a good seat for the race itself, just buy the 3-day ticket. Sunday-only tickets are available, but they are only about 10% cheaper than the 3-day tickets. You can still explore the General Admission areas on Friday and Saturday, then keep your seats for the race. Enjoy!

  19. I’m attending the F1 in Monaco this year. I’ll be staying in Nice and commuting daily to Monaco. I was curious to know what a typical day at an F1 race was schedule wise…what time the gates open etc.


  20. Hi, I am thinking of buying tickets for the f1 this year for my boyfriends 30th, I know he would love to go to the Bahrain race but it is way out of my price range, I’m abit confused about which race to go to instead I am thinking Budapest, Barcelona or Monaco, can you give some suggestions which one would be best?
    Also I am stuck between getting general tickets and then seeing if I can book pit walks etc. (Haven’t really looked at what’s available just have ideas)
    What do you think?


    1. Hi Shannen, assume you are based in the UK? If you are on a budget, I would go to Barcelona or Budapest. Both circuits are awesome even with the cheapest General Admission tickets, and the cities are also incredible tourist destinations as well. The cheapest Starter package from F1 Experiences is also a good deal at around 500 GBP each for the weekend. Read our guides for these races and let me know if you have more questions!

  21. I am planning to surprise my husband with formula 1 race tickets for his big birthday. He is a huge fan of the race. I was thinking of Budapest. There are so many choices like formula one experience, gold stand, silver stand etc. I want to buy tickets for three days. What is your advice while choosing the stands? Which is the best one to view the race? I want him to have a great first formula 1 race experience. Is there any chance where we can walk in the track? Formula one experience is very expensive. Please also advice at what time should we be there for the race? Thank you very much in advance.

    1. Hi Anitha, the Hungarian GP is a good choice, but it depends where you are traveling from? We also love the Spanish GP in Barcelona. Both Hungary and Spain are very good spectator circuits, with good views even from the cheapest General Admission areas. You can walk the track normally on Thursday for the pitlane walk and after the race as well. On Sunday, it’s up to you what time you arrive. There is on-track action from the morning, but if you have a grandstand seat, you don’t need to be there till around 1-2 hours before the race, which starts at 15:10. Once you decide which race to attend, I can recommend grandstands and where to stay etc.

  22. Hello,
    I would like to visit Tokyo this year and go for Race at F1 there, Can I buy a ticket only for one Day (Sunday)

  23. Hi,

    I bought tickets for the Belgian grandprix 2018 from the Official F1 site. I want to get it delivered to a different address. In that possible?

  24. Hi,

    Can you share if there are available tickets for Saturday in Austrian GP that could be bought on spot? If tickets can be bought on spot on Saturday, then I wouldnt book them in advance


  25. Hi, going to my first F1 race (Belgium) this year, what’s the best way to get to the track Saturday and Sunday, staying in Brussels and how much per day? Thanks

  26. Silverstone F1


    It’s my first time going to see a GP and I am going to Silverstone in a few weeks. We have general admission/inner track and camping near by. Do you have any recommendations for Silverstone. Do the drivers ever do any set signings etc?

  27. Hi,

    I’m hoping to buy a ticket at the Hungarian Grand Prix for my husband.
    There is only one week until the race weekend, and therefore he will need to collect his ticket from the ticket office at the track.
    I’d like to know if he will be able to collect his ticket without being in possession of the credit card it was booked on.
    The booking site is hungaroinfo.com


  28. Jocelyn Shakspeare

    Hi there

    My partner loves F1 & thinking of getting tickets to Silverstone next year. On a bit of a limited budget so just one day. Was looking at the Sunday general admission for £140 each which is still quite a lot for my budget really but just wondered if we went on Friday or Sat whether it would be “any good” or is it best for his first time at a Grand Prix to be on the Sunday?
    I also see it says 6am start – would we need to be there that early? Ideally I’d like to do just a day trip but getting there for 6am would mean leaving around 3.30am!

    Thank you so much for any advice


  29. Hello,

    I want to go to baku next year for the F1 but my boyfriend is concerned about safety in baku and especially on face weekend.

    Have you ever been to baku for the race and do you know much about the safety of the events and the city in general?


  30. Hi!

    Looking to get my boyfriend tickets to the 2019 race in Canada, but am completely clueless on which seats/package to buy! Any suggestions for good seats that won’t break the bank? Thank you!

  31. Hey all,

    I am wanting to travel to the 2019 Canadian GP from the UK. I will stay with family in Toronto and fly to Montreal for a few days for the GP. I will be doing this alone. Does anyone have experience of going to a GP alone/do you recommended this? Id be open to meet up with anyone who going and talk F1!

    Thanks in advance!


    1. Hi Nathan, I’ve been to lots of races by myself and it can be great. As long as you are open and friendly, you’ll have a great time and meet lots of friendly fans.

  32. Hi, i will attend Baku GP 2019 but i am wondering about the way of buying the ticket. I mean if i buy a ticket online through the website how i will receive it? Will they send it through email or DHL. I am very confused. Please if somebody can give advise.

    1. The tickets are normally sent via courier like DHL. You may also have the chance to collect in person at the circuit. Formula 1 doesn’t really do eTickets.

  33. Hi, I’m going to the French gp 2019 with a friend. We are both aged 19 at that time. Are we allowed entrance without any older company?
    Thanks in advance

      1. Hi, I just bought the ticket to Austria race on 30th June, general admission. the race starts at 15:10. I was wondering what time do we need to get to the circuit? this is also my first time to a formula event. any suggestions or tips are much much appreciated! We will leave from vienna

        1. Hi Angie, I recommend getting there as early as possible! Gates normally open around 8am and the first race starts around 10am. It’s also worth getting there early so you can reserve a good spot in General Admission for the race. Advice – check the weather forecast and be ready for the conditions, plus wear comfortable shoes as you will be walking a long way. Have fun!

  34. Hi,
    I´ve bought tickets for grandstand E for the Sunday race in the Spanish Grand Prix in May. As I got the tickets on email it was revealed that I only got vounchers and that I have to collect the tickets on the racetrack. Do you know if I ought to collect the tickets on Saturday to be able to get good seats or is it ok to collect them on Sunday? There are no seatnumbers on my vouchers.

    Thanks in advance!

    1. Hi Lina, I don’t think it will matter when you collect the tickets. Even though you don’t have seat numbers now, I’m sure they will be allocated to you later – and they won’t change from Saturday to Sunday.

  35. Hi! Awesome site with a lot of good information!

    My wife and I are staying in Nice for holiday during the France GP. We are considering buying tickets for sunday (general admission). We have no idea what to expect since none of us has been to a f1 race before. I have some questions that you may could answer.

    I see that the race don’t start until 15.00. But the area opens at 7.00. Do you know how the typical viewing is with GA-tickets? When should we arrive? If we arrive lets say at 11.00, do we ”need to” find good places to se the race, and stay there for 4 hours, or could we walk around etc and find spots to see the race later?

    My wife is some months pregnant, so if we need to be there very early and just hold on to a place in many hours if we should have an ok view of the circuit, then I am not sure…

    Do people normally bring chairs to sit in during the waiting?

    Other tips for first-timers we should know about?

    Thanks a lot :)


  36. Hi,
    I have booked tickets for the US GP 2019, seating at Main Grandstand Trackside E/W FRI-Sun. This is my first time for an F1 event. I want to know if taking a car rental is good or taking an Uber. Also will there be any events where I can meet drivers and take autographs in my ticket or should i get any other tickets for that ?

    1. Better to take Uber or even the shuttle bus. Leave the car at home, less stressful dealing with traffic and parking at the circuit. For autograph sessions, these are normally held over the weekend – check out the Trackside post of our guide.

      1. Hi! I’m planning on getting my fiancé and I F1 tickets for Austin. My fiancé’ used to race professionally for IMSA and I want this to be the most special and amazing time ever. He can no longer race due to his ex wife passing and being the sole parent. What is the BEST area for COTA and or what package would u recommend?

        1. Hi Ellie, it all depends on your budget. Most grandstands are pretty good – even General Admission. But for a really exceptional experience, I recommend F1 Experiences. Feel free to send me an email if you want more information, editor@f1destinations.com

  37. Hi, just wondering if you have any tips for Spa? Taking my son there in a few weeks and it’s our first race. Accomodation and transport are sorted. We can only go the Sunday so any info on race day at the circuit would be appreciated :) Thanks

    1. Hi, what tickets do you have? I’d suggest walking around the circuit a bit, but it gets pretty crowded now on race day. If you are sat somewhere near Eau Rouge, you can go under the circuit and walk through the forest around 10 minutes to Pouhon – that’s worth it.

  38. Can anyone suggest me a online travel agents to get me visa to Spain. i am planning to visit on January and plans to attend 1st Wintertest, Catalunya Circuit.

    1. Hi Limat. Testing normally happens in the second half of February, not in January. We also don’t know yet if testing will definitely happen in Barcelona in 2021. It could also be in Bahrain. Or there may be no winter testing at all.

  39. I am planning to go to the Belgian Grand Prix 2021. Can you tell when the tickets go on sale and how fast are they sold out? I would like to hold out on buying the tickets to as late as possible. I am worried about other commitments coming up during the time.

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