French Formula 1 Grand Prix 2020: Tickets already on sale!

With already 60 races organised since 1950, the French Formula 1 Grand Prix is one of the oldest F1 championship in the world, and therefore one of the most attended! The 2020 edition will run from the 26th to the 28th of June at the Paul Ricard track at the Castellet located in the Var department in the Provence-Alpes-Côte D’Azur region. The ticket office awaits you. Book your spot directly on the official website and benefit from a range of practical tips to participate in this grand Formula 1 event in France.

French Formula 1 Grand Prix 2020 – Race track

Book your tickets online and select your viewing area on the Paul Ricard track

https://tickets.gpfrance.com/

Book your accommodation and travel arrangements during the French Formula 1 Grand Prix

For your various transfer during this French F1 event, HSE Plateform vehicles-for-hire in the French Riviera service is at your disposal to accompany you to the different viewing areas around the track wherever your accommodation is, both at your arrival and for your return journey (Nice airport, Côte D’Azur terminals)

The track is easily accessible from the main train stations and airports of the southern PACA region.

The Paul Ricard The Castellet track, one of the longest of the F1 season.

Being 5.8km long, the Paul Ricard race track is one of the longest of the F1 season. Similarly to Spa-Francorchamps or Silverstone, this slightly above-average length gives variety to the sport and offers pleasure and spectacle to the drivers and spectators alike. To achieve this, studies were conducted to adapt the track to the demands of F1 racing, both on a technical and sporting level to give the drivers a chance to express their art. This was done without compromising the original layout and maximise security. On this latter point, the Paul Ricard track is a worldwide reference.

A renovated race track for the safety of drivers

In 2019, changes were put in place at the pitlane and on the track itself. Since it has been completely resurfaced prior to last year’s race, other renovations were completed over the winter to remove uneven patches in certain curves. Regarding the pitlane, changes were introduced to improve the safety of drivers.

How to get to the Paul Ricard race track?

An efficient mobility plan

For the French Formula 1 Grand Prix, the mobility plan was reworked and improved on after the success of the previous edition, to improve the fluidity and welcoming of spectators.

The mobility plan focuses on 4 main points

Adapt the number of vehicles reaching the tracks with the road capacity.

Rework the entire organisation and management of parking areas.

Use new access points and modify the road infrastructure to further improve road capacity.

Inform the general public before, during and after the event.

Where to stay?

You may choose to book an hotel near the Paul Ricard race track. Over 500 accommodations offer quality services.

Do not hesitate to contact us for the complete range of services: flight reservation, hotel bookings, booking of return transfer for all of your travels in the region. You may enjoy a 20% discount.

F1 Grand Prix: the official campsite

You may also book a spot at the official GPFrance campsite at the heart of the race track. To live the experience of the Grand Prix fully and enjoy the animations and concerts on offer during the race!
All the practical information can be found on the official website

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