New Motorsport Guides site expands our travel advice to the circuits and events of MotoGP, Formula E, WEC and more.

We are excited to introduce our new site: The new website covers the circuits and events of the Formula 1, MotoGP, Formula E and World Endurance Championships. Motorsport Guides is complementary to, not a replacement. We will continue to update our Grand Prix travel guides on – the vast majority of content on the site is already fully updated for the 2021 Formula 1 season. 

Every circuit on has a detailed page with everything you need to know about visiting, not only for major events. This includes contact information, history, details of upcoming events, Google and circuit maps, image gallery and videos, information about how to get there and where to stay, plus details of guided tours and track days (if applicable).

All events for Formula 1, MotoGP, Formula E and WEC can be found on dedicated event pages on the site – you can search for upcoming events, by series and by date. The event pages have information about what tickets are available, where to buy them and also advice on the best places to watch the action at each circuit.

Having started life as GPDestinations in early 2019, the new Motorsport Guides site is now managed by F1Destinations founder Andrew Balfour and regular contributor to F1Destinations Nicky Haldenby.

You can expect plenty of new content on the site over the coming months, covering all forms of premier class motorsport – from memorable moments of each series and features which delve into the archives, to exclusive interviews and trip reports. 

To keep up to date with the latest motorsport events at circuits around the world, make sure you follow our all new social media accounts on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.

This is just the start. We plan to add more circuits, series and events to the site in the near future. Let us know what you would like to see, and get in touch if you would like to share your own experience of visiting an F1, MotoGP, Formula E or WEC event anywhere in the world!

Visit and let us know what you think – leave a comment below.

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