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Racing & Traveling: The Best Places for a Formula 1 Trip

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May 28 2023
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Ready for the absolute adrenaline rush? If you’re a fan of Formula 1, screeching tires and placing bets at non GamStop bookmakers, then you should definitely visit the best racetracks in the world. Whether you’re a fan of Formula 1 racing or just want to feel the energy at work at these high-octane events, there’s no better way to get your heart pounding. In this article, we will discuss some of the best trips to the most beautiful circuits in the world that you can visit in 2023. So buckle up and get ready for an unforgettable trip full of thrills and adventures!

Formula 1 trip to Saudi Arabia – Jeddah circuit

The Saudi Grand Prix was hosted for the third time, during the period from 17-19 March 2023, amid a state of global demand from motorsports fans and enthusiasts for this event.

The Jeddah Corniche circuit, which was devised by the world-famous designer Hermann Tilke, has many distinctive features which ensure the highest levels of motivation for drivers to start at the highest possible speeds and increase levels of suspense during the race.

The Jeddah Corniche circuit consists of 27 turns with a length of 6.175 km, making it the second longest Formula 1 circuit in the current calendar, behind the prestigious Belgian Francorchamps race circuit. In addition, 3 consecutive areas have been allocated on the circuit to reduce the DRS in the rear wing of Formula cars and allow many overtaking opportunities for drivers throughout the race, as drivers reach speed rates of more than 250 km/h, which makes it the fastest F1 circuit in the world.

Formula 1 Trip to Australia – Melbourne Circuit

Do you know the Melbourne Grand Prix Circuit? The Formula 1 season starts here with the Australian Grand Prix, the second-oldest car race in Australia. The race has been held in Melbourne since 1996 and every March around 300,000 fans flock to Albert Park to cheer on their favourite drivers on the 5.3km course around sparkling Albert Park Lake.

The terrain is really nice but pretty flat, so get a seat in a grandstand for a really good view of the race. Still, we love this track because it’s so close to the city centre and the energy just oozes during the first F1 race of the year.

You can take the tram to Albert Park from anywhere in Melbourne. The best place to stay is in the CBD or the South Melbourne district. Additional trams run to/from the racecourse all weekend, but it can get quite crowded, especially at peak times.

Formula 1 Trip to Singapore – Marina Bay Street Circuit

Things are happening on the Marina Bay Street Circuit in Singapore. The Singapore Grand Prix has been held there since 2008. It was the first night race in Formula 1 history and the first road race in Asia. The race takes in the streets of Singapore with views of the city’s stunning architecture and the sea. Although no cars have yet landed in Singapore port, the race does have a port component and this gives it some resemblance to the Monaco race described above.

Night racing is a cool experience, but Singapore has a special festival atmosphere, with after-parties the nights before the race and live music from artists from around the world, reflecting Singapore’s multicultural atmosphere. But one thing you should keep in mind: The humidity in Singapore is also very high at night, so make sure you drink enough fluids.

Getting there is easy-peasy: Singapore’s public transport system is great and puts you within walking distance of the circuit from almost anywhere.

Formula 1 Trip to Zandvoort – Circuit Zandvoort

The Zandvoort race track is a real highlight for Formula 1 and travel fans. It is in the middle of the dunes. The first race took place in 1948 under the name “Grand Prix of Zandvoort”. After a break of 35 years, the premier class of motorsport will return to Holland from the 2020 season under the name “Heineken Dutch Grand Prix”. An absolute highlight on the route is the famous Tarzan curve. This is right after the straight and is a 180-degree corner that promises exciting overtaking manoeuvres.

The track is also known for its fast, sharp turns and challenging elevation changes of up to 15 meters. All in all, Circuit Zandvoort offers a great setting for a breathtaking race and is one of the historic racetracks of Formula 1. After crossing the finish line, you can go straight to the beach or go on a city trip to Amsterdam.

Formula 1 Trip to Barcelona – Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya

The Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya is a real insider tip for all fans of fast cars and great city trips. The famous circuit is in Montmeló, just 30 minutes from Barcelona. The Formula 1 Spanish Grand Prix is held here every year, as well as the FIM Motorcycling World Championship and many other exciting events.

In addition to well-known races such as the Spanish Grand Prix, there are also spectacular long-distance races such as the 24-hour motorcycle race and the 24-hour car race. 

For amateur athletes and professionals, the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya offers ideal training conditions on one of the best racetracks in the world. But even as a spectator, a visit to the race track is a real highlight that should not be missed. Here you can experience pure thrills and big names in motorsport up close. And then there is the break in Barcelona.