Which is the cheapest F1 to go to?
China, Russia and Japan are three races that are typically amongst the cheapest of the year.
Can you buy F1 tickets for one day?
If you are restricted in either budget or time, it is possible to purchase either one day or two-day (weekend) tickets for most races on the current calendar.
Can you sell F1 tickets?
Tickets to the Event are strictly non-transferable and not for resale. No ticket for the Event shall be sold or offered for sale for any form of fee or reward without the prior written consent of COTA first being obtained and without complying with these terms and conditions in all respects.
Are F1 experiences worth it?
Absolutely fantastic experience, the hosts were amazing with their organisation and in-depth knowledge of the F1 teams and cars. Guided Paddock Access was immense, we got lots of great photos with the drivers and team bosses. I would 100% recommend to any F1 petrol heads. The overall experience was excellent.
Can I get a refund on my F1 tickets?
Upgrade your F1 Experiences booking and receive a 100% refund if you cannot attend your chosen race for one of the reasons listed in our Terms and Conditions.
Are F1 tickets electronic?
An e-ticket is an electronic version of a paper ticket. When e-tickets are issued for an event, you will find yours under the Ticket section of your account. You will be advised by email when your e-ticket is ready for download, usually 1-2 weeks before the event.
Is Viagogo a reliable site?
No Viagogo is not a trusted site they are scammers and I agree with the majority of others who have all been let down at the last, minute by this awful company.
What can you bring to Formula 1 race?
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.
How long is a Formula 1 race?
The length of the race must be 305 km (260 km in case of Monaco GP) and is defined as “the smallest number of complete laps that exceeds 305 kilometers”.