Looking for the ultimate way to experience the 2020 French GP?

Motorsport Tickets is offering all-inclusive coach, camping and race weekend ticket packages, giving you the chance to experience the atmosphere of this historic race venue first-hand, set against the backdrop of the beautiful Cote D’Azur.

Looking for the ultimate way to experience the 2020 French GP?
 

You’ll set off from your choice of London, Amsterdam or Frankfurt by luxury coach on Wednesday evening, then sit back and relax ready for the action of the weekend ahead, as you’re whisked through the French countryside straight to Circuit Paul Ricard. When you arrive on Thursday lunchtime you’ll find a pre-erected tent ready and waiting for you within the official campsite for the GP, so all that’s left for you to do is enjoy a weekend of world-class racing with like-minded fans.

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Paul Ricard atmosphere

Paul Ricard atmosphere

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Just a short walk from the track itself, the campsite is ideal if you don’t want to miss any of the action across the three days, including other racing events and a whole host of other activities around the racetrack (to be announced shortly).

General Admission starts at £1065 / 1352€ per person, but race weekend tickets can be configured to suit your preferred seat location and budget. Looking to see high braking and a potential overtaking? Then Virage Du Pont (£1342 / 1616€ pp) or Sainte Baume (£1285 / 1572€ pp) are ideal options. Looking to see the incredible cornering speeds in Formula 1? Then Le Beausset (£1228 / 1506€ pp) offers great views at excellent value.

Paul Ricard atmosphere

Paul Ricard atmosphere

Photo by: GIP Paul Ricard

Paul Ricard atmosphere

Paul Ricard atmosphere

Photo by: GIP Paul Ricard

And if you’re looking for the ultimate experience? Why not upgrade to the start/finish line, and peer into the pit garages to see the all-important pre-race preparations, with prices at £1429 / 1737€ per person.

For these, and all other ticket options for the French Grand Prix, check out Motorsport Tickets’ page by clicking on the banner below...

 
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