Over thirty years ago, Formula 1™ pioneered the idea of exceptional event hospitality with the creation of the now legendary Formula One Paddock Club™. The combination of prime access, the finest service, exquisite cuisine and breath-taking views of the racing redefined a Formula 1™ weekend.
From an unrivalled and privileged location above the pit lane, guests of the Formula 1 Paddock Club™ will watch the race unfold with all the drama that Formula 1 delivers, in the surroundings of the official hospitality of the Formula One™. Within the Formula 1 Paddock Club™ a live video feed is available, so you can always keep up with the on-track action.
As a guest of the Formula One Paddock Club™ you will also have access to exclusive tours of the Formula 1™ Pit Lane, where you will get thrillingly close to the cars and witness the impressive and clinical organisation of the team garages as they prepare for the race weekend.
This circuit offers up a real taste of Austrian life, and whilst you enjoy the atmosphere, you will also have the luxury of viewing from both the pit building and from a seat in a private grandstand.
With all day to explore, you can enjoy the facilities and entertainment on offer including state-of-the-art race simulators and unique winner's trophy podium. You will also be able to visit other areas of the circuit such as the F1™ Village and the Support Race Paddock. Furthermore, each day will be punctuated with visits from drivers, champions past and present, and team engineers who will help you gain some unique insights into Formula 1™ and the weekend race strategies.
Golden Card at Formula One Paddock Club™ benefits:
** To be confirmed. Due to possible Covid restrictions these services might not be available 2021.
04 oct. 2015
I've been in Japan for 2015 Japanese Grand Prix. Everything was excelent, from the ticket purchase with book F1 until the service in the circuit. The organization inside was perfect and the service on the paddock too. Everyone in the staff speak English , which makes it much easier because communication is a bit difficult in Japan . A good tip , take a train from Nagoya to Suzuka and a taxi from the station until the circuit. We did this on Saturday and it was perfect . On Sunday we rented a car and it took us almost two hours to return to Nagoya. Within the circuit all was peaceful and organized manner , without riots. The Japanese are to be congratulated , are very polite.
31 oct. 2012
An excellent Grand Prix and a great facility. The circuit is reasonably hard to get to and from each day. We stayed at Nagoya and the first day it too 2.5 hours from hotel to circuit. Its is a 40min train ride the a 20 min bus ride (or taxi) but it is a bit of a slow process. The next day was about 1.5 hours so it got better really. It is a must to book the train tickets before the day- really as soon as you get to Nagoya (or where ever you stay) otherwise the lines up are insane. That way you get a seat and a time. In the evening we missed our train each day as we were having too much much fun, but the ticket still gets you on, it just depends if you get a seat or stand. We stood one day and got seats the other 2. There is no need to rush from the circuit as if you wait the crowd is a lot smaller and you get out faster. We were lucky enough to get a tour of the Williams garage, a wander around the Paddock for 30min then a drink in the Williams Motor-home seeing Bruno Senna do an interview. We bumped into Mark Webber, which made my day, and a few other such as Button, Perez and legend Niki Lauda. That was an experience of a lifetime!! After speaking to some of the team members they stay closer to the circuit, if you can get a hotel it may be better. Nagoya is very good, but by the time you get home you are pretty well ready for bed anyway. The circuit itself is excellent, but is very and doesn't have and under/over passes to make access to other spot easy. Just to get from the pit straight to the esess is a 20 min walk. There needs to be better access to other parts of the track as if you look to walk you miss most of the session. Other entertainment other than F1 is pretty well non-existent. In Melbourne there is non-stop entertainment around the circuit in between the F1- Suzuka could improve there. We were in the Paddock Club but what we saw of food & drink prices outside of that was pretty well priced. Merchandise was expensive, but that's just F1. The Friday crowd was low and a bit disappointing but Saturday and Sunday was crazy and the Japanese earn the reputation of being F1 nuts- when Kumuai finished 3th they when crazy- great to see. The Japanese people are VERY polite and a really good county to visit.
Child tickets are valid for children aged 3 up to and including 15 years old. Children under 3 have free access, with no ticket required, providing they are not occupying a seat. Identification may be required on entry to the circuit.
Discounted tickets are available in almost all grandstands for full-time students aged 16-22 years old.
A student discount is also available for 'West Area Roving' tickets holders aged 16-22 years who are in full-time education.
Applicable identification may be requested both at the time of purchase and upon entry to the circuit
All tickets are grandstand seats - there is no General Admission available at this circuit.
Seats in V1 and V2 are reserved for three days (Friday to Sunday). Seats in Grandstands A, B, C, D, E, I and Q are reserved for two days (Sunday and Saturday).
The circuit operates a grandstand roving policy on Friday, where grandstand ticket-holders can access any participating grandstand (except V1 and V2), and occupy any available seat. V1 and V2 ticket-holders will have a reserved seat in their grandstand on Friday, however they can also access West Area.
The 'West Area Roving' ticket allows access to unreserved seats in Grandstands G, L, M, N and O. All other grandstands are reserved so you must hold a valid ticket for these in order to access them.
A free pit walk is expected to be held on Thursday for three-day ticket holders (subject to confirmation).
Your tickets include free access to the Motopia Amusement Park attractions. Simply present your F1 tickets to staff at the amusement park to gain access. Friday-Sunday ticket-holders will have access from Friday to Monday, while Friday Roving ticket-holders can access the park on Thursday and Friday.
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