How Much Does it Cost to Attend the 2024 British Grand Prix?

Plan the cost your weekend at Silverstone for the 2024 British Grand Prix. Estimated prices for tickets, accommodation and spending money.

Silverstone is one of F1’s most expensive destinations, according to our ranking of 2024 F1 ticket prices. The cost of race tickets, accommodation, getting around and trackside spending are all high in Britain. Camping next to the track is best for fans on a budget, as you’ll cut out daily travel costs. One advantage for international fans is that the British pound has fallen against most major currencies in recent years, making the trip to Silverstone a little more affordable.



High End

*Silverstone is using dynamic pricing for ticket sales at the 2024 British Grand Prix. Prices started at lower levels than displayed, but rose quickly due to high demand.

Average costs are per person based on a stay of 3 nights, including race tickets, accommodation and spending money. The budget does not include flights (or other travel costs). About our categories: Budget fans buy the cheapest race tickets (General Admission) and camp by the track or stay in a hostel. Mid-Range fans buy a grandstand ticket and stay in a 3-star hotel, whilst High-End fans buy a VIP or experience package and stay in a 4 or 5 star hotel.

Been to Silverstone? Leave a comment below with your money-saving tips!

18 thoughts on “How Much Does it Cost to Attend the 2024 British Grand Prix?”

  1. Simon Fraser

    So far we have paid £1300 on camping and admission tickets for the whole weekend (camping Wednesday to Monday,) for 6 of us. We are upgrading tickets to Inside Track on race day for £600. With spending money for all 6 at £350 each (minimum,) of us it will be the best £4000 we have ever spent.

    1. I would not have paid all that money I like f1 but I think about the money Grand Prix is to dear nowadays

  2. When you choose a hospitality package, is that price on top of regular tickets? Eg you pay for a 3 day weekend and then pay another amount to add hospitality? We went to Friday practice and sprint quali yesterday and loved it so much we’re already looking at deciding what we will be booking for next year. Trying to decide if a 3 day weekend pass, camping and to buy food on the go is going to be comparable in experience and price to, say, booking the Ignition Club hospitality.

    1. Hi Laura, in almost all cases the hospitality package includes entry to the circuit – so you don’t need to buy tickets on top.

  3. Looking at tickets for Saturday quali we can get hospitality tickets now at £450 with inner circle woodcote view which include food and drinks or wait until grandstand tickets to be released.
    I guess my questions are 1) how much would a grandstand ticket likely cost for 1 day Saturday and 2 day Saturday and Sunday? 2) would a view from woodcote be worth that money 3) for a first and only visit which would provide the better F1 experience. 4) what’s better 1 day Saturday hospitality above or 2 day grandstand sat and sun?
    I’m happy to spend the extra if it means a better experience but not sure it would? I also don’t want to not be able to get hold of a grandstand ticket as I’ve heard they sell fast!

    1. That’s a good deal for Saturday hospitality. The inner track access is also a bonus, and Woodcote offers good views.
      Most grandstand seats cost 400+ GBP for 3 days (most are sold for 3 rather than 2 days), and by the time you add up all the extra costs for attending two days instead of one, it will be more expensive for sure.
      I’d personally go for the Saturday hospitality. If you like the experience, you can return the following year and go for the whole weekend.

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