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Frequently Asked Questions

  1. How to book tickets for the 2020 Formula 1 French Grand Prix?
    Tickets can be booked online on the official website. https://www.gpfrance.com/en/official-ticketing/
    When will the 2020 French Grand Prix be held?
    The 2020 Formula 1 French Grand Prix will take place from June 26 to 28.
    Which categories and rates are available for sale?
    A variety of prices are on sale to suit all preferences in different location. Alongside full price, special rates are available for 6-12 yo children, wheelchair user companions and disabled spectators’ companions, both as 3-day passes and day passes. Children under 6 can access free of charge but do not get their own seat. https://www.gpfrance.com/en/official-ticketing/
    My child is 12 years old, can we buy a 6-12 years old ticket?
    The 6-12 year old rate is valid for children under 12 years old, i.e. children born between 2008 and 2014 depending on the date of the event, i.e. 28 June 2020.
    What is General Admission?
    General Admission corresponds to visibility areas around the track. It does not correspond to grandstand seats. If you have grandstand tickets, you can access to general admission.
    Which grandstands are covered?
    Only Virage du Pont 2,3 and 4 are fully covered. Start/Finish and Virage du Pont 1 are partially covered, we can’t certify that you will be protected.
    Which payment methods are accepted?
    We accept Visa and Mastercard credit cards. Our safe Electronic Payment Terminal ensures secure online payments using the SSL Protocol for safe online shopping transactions. No credit card data is stored on our site. You can request an invoice at the time of purchase.
    Do I need to write all the names of the attendees on the tickets?
    No, you don’t, the tickets aren’t nominatives.
    Can I cancel or modify my order?
    Tickets cannot be exchanged nor refunded unless the Grand Prix is cancelled or interrupted before it has reached its midpoint for reasons other than a force majeure event or the act of a third party. All requests for reimbursement in such a case must be sent to GIP within three months of the Event. Please check the legibility of your tickets upon receipt and contact us immediately for any claims. In accordance with the provisions of article L221-28,12° of the French Consumer Protection Code the customer's right of withdrawal do not apply to the purchase of Tickets.
    My friends and I, bought tickets separately, could you please, change our location to be seated next to each other?
    No replacement will be made, you have to put all tickets in one order to be seated next to each other.
    Which accessible ticketing options exist?
    Please check the accessible info page for information on accessible ticketing. https://www.gpfrance.com/en/official-ticketing/accessible-info. A specific offer has been designed for wheelchair users, as well as for disabled spectators who can walk so that every visitor can enjoy an unrivalled event-day experience.
    We are a group, how can we buy tickets?
    Please, send an e-mail to cegroupes@gpfrance.com with your request.
    When will I receive my tickets?
    All tickets are electronic tickets. You will be given a possibility to download your e-tickets or receive them in your passbook (digital wallet). Tickets will be sent starting April 2019, latest one month before the event. A confirmation of your order will be sent upon purchase.
    Will I need to print my tickets?
    We strongly recommend you print your tickets in order to speed up the process upon entry. Your order confirmation or the voucher issued by a reseller will not grant access to the circuit.
    Can I choose my seat location?
    You can choose your preferred grandstand when booking your tickets and indicate where you would like to be seated. We will do our best to satisfy your wishes. The best available seats will be allocated automatically, with all tickets in a single order sat together.
    What more does my ticket include?
    A Formula 1 Grand Prix features practice on Friday and Saturday morning, qualifying on Saturday and the race on Sunday. 3-day pass include all these races. You can also watch support races, entertainment in the fan zone, parades, concerts and much more. 3-day pass holders will get exclusive access to the circuit on Thursday for the drivers’ autograph session and pitlane walk.Your ticket includes:
    • Drivers autograph session and pitlane walk (accessible to 3-day pass holders only);
    • access to the general admission areas. Grandstand ticket holders also get a seat in the grandstand they purchased;
    • A parking solution (car or motorcycle) [Redirection page info pratique] https://www.gpfrance.com/en/practical-information/;
    • entertainment areas, fan zone and concerts each day.
  1. Is parking included in my ticket?
    A parking solution will be offered free of charge (car or motorcycle) with your ticket. This may require the use of a shuttle to reach the circuit. Wheelchair users and impaired spectators can book a parking pass within the circuit along with their pass (one pass per order). https://www.gpfrance.com/en/practical-information/
    What can I take along to the Grand Prix?
    To ensure the safety of our visitors, the GIP Grand Prix Le Castellet is applying strict security measures decided by the French authorities in accordance with French anti-terrorist regulations (Vigipirate). Only one bag per person is authorised (handbag / backpack). Large bags, coolers and suitcases are prohibited. Folding chairs and umbrellas are permitted. The following items are forbidden within the circuit: Les objets suivants sont interdits :
    • Weapons and sharp objects
    • Explosives, inflammable substances, fireworks, flares and pyrotechnics
    • Glassware
    • Fire
    • Animals, except guide dogs
    • Alcohol
    • Drones
    • Laser pointers
    • Any medium with commercial, political, ideological, philosophical or religious purpose or character
  1. Where can I stay during the French Grand Prix?
    To sleep right on the circuit and avoid the traffic jam, you can stay at the Official Campsite. 1 vehicle and 5 people max per camping pitch. Arrival possible from Wednesday 10am before the event and departure possible until Monday 2pm after the event. All services available: store, snacks, bar, entertainment, etc… Enjoy unlimited reentry between campsite and the circuit during the day.
    What are the important things to know about the Campsite?
    There is no electricity or water connection. Power generators are prohibited. For safety reasons and fire risks, barbecues are prohibited. You will find showers (open from 7 a.m to 10 p.m) and toilets.
    How do I get to the Campsite?
    The Campsite is located at the South of the circuit. The route will be communicated at the same time as your Campsite e-ticket. This E-ticket, printable, has to be affixed on your windscreen.
    We have 2 cars, can we book just one camping pitch?
    Only one vehicle is allowed per camping pitch. If you want to come with 2 cars, you need to book 2 camping pitches. Please remind you that we encourage you to carpool to limit the number of vehicles around the circuit.
    Is the campsite free of charge for children?
    No, one child is equal to one person. There is no gratuity.
  1. My request isn’t on the list, where can I obtain information?
    You can send an e-mail to tickets@gpfrance.com.
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