From Silverstone to Monza, discover which Formula 1 tracks offer the ultimate fan experience.

Last Updated: 17/04/23 at 14:18

The 2022 Formula One World Championship is in full swing, and the season so far has been brilliant. There’s been thrills, surprises and firsts through the 12 races already gone.

Max Verstappen has taken a commanding lead in the championship and is looking well on his way to winning his second World Drivers’ Championship. The Ferrari’s, in particular Charles Leclerc, are trying to put up a fight but far too often seem to shoot themselves in the foot.

Mercedes are working their way back to the front after a poor start, with seven-time World Champion Lewis Hamilton currently one of the most in-form drivers on the grid and attempting to catch up to the top of the F1 standings.

We’re now at the summer break in the season, with 13 races already gone in this record longest season in F1 history.

As one of the most prestigious sports in the world, Formula 1 offers the highest-quality, exclusive hospitality to give you the best experience while watching the exhilarating action. Read on to find out more about Grand Prix hospitality and VIP tickets, as well as which race is best suited to you.

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Which Formula One Grand Prix race offers the best experience?

With so many different locations and tracks, each Formula One race in the Grand Prix offers something different. It really comes down to which circuit or country you fancy visiting the most.

However, if you are unsure and/or would like some recommendations, we are more than happy to oblige.

Read on to find out which event and location will suit what you are looking for the most…

Marina Bay Street Circuit: Most Visually Stunning

Sky view of the Marina Bay racecourse in Singapore at night
Image: Singapore Marina Bay Street Circuit

Singapore’s Marina Bay track has been named as one of the greatest in F1 history because of its uniqueness as a night-time street race.

Singapore was the first location to introduce night racing to the Grand Prix in 2008 and has attracted fans ever since. In one of the most built-up cities in the world, the night darkness provides an electric atmosphere where the cars zoom through the neon lit-high rises of Singapore’s heart.

After the race, you can explore the wonders of Singapore’s architecture and amazing food.

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COTA: The American Experience

When considering the best tracks on this year’s F1 calendar, The Circuit of the Americas in Austin, Texas, USA must be mentioned.

The Circuit of the Americas - or COTA for short - features an uphill run and technical layout that comprises a number of sections inspired by other F1 circuits - most notably, the fast yet tricky first section resembles the iconic Maggots-Becketts-Chapel complex from Silverstone.

This twenty-turn, counter-clockwise circuit was designed to take advantage of the natural landscape and provide a spectacular experience for the audience, not just from the unmissable 251-foot Observation Tower.

During your visit, you can also enjoy all that Texas has to offer! We have several hospitality packages for the US Grand Prix, check them out:

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Silverstone: The Home of Formula 1

Formula One is an ever-growing sport, with new countries and venues hoping to get a part of the action. However, there is something unbeatable about the older, traditional tracks and their claims to history.

Silverstone is one of the most iconic tracks in Formula One history, having hosted the first ever race of the World Championship in 1950.

The Silverstone circuit is located on the site of a World War II Royal Air Force bomber station and despite undergoing design changes over the years, remains one of the fastest tracks on the F1 calendar. With its historic corners, such as the already mentioned Maggots-Becketts-Chapel complex, the F1 at Silverstone is not one to miss!

We have a number of hospitality and club packages available for the full weekend of the British Grand Prix next season, so don’t miss out on seeing races at this classic and iconic track!

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Sao Paulo: The Biggest Party

Image: 2019 Brazilian Grand Prix, Interlagos

As the largest motor sporting event on the calendar, Formula One attracts audiences to the sport - and invites all to the party!

When Formula 1 visits Interlagos for the Brazilian Grand Prix, the whole sport fully embraces the country’s carnival culture, with the country famous for its vibrant music, dance and food continuing across Sao Paulo during the motorsport events.

The Brazilians are passionate fans and will either support their home hero or, like the case in recent years without a Brazilian driver on the grid, will latch on to whoever embraces the Brazilian culture the most- which just so happens to be a certain Sir Lewis Hamilton, who as of June 2022 is an honorary citizen of the country.

And the Brazilian GP isn’t your standard run-of-the-mill Grand Prix weekend, either.

Last season, F1 sprint race weekends were trialled. In a sprint race weekend, the format is changed drastically:

  • Friday - Practice one in the morning, qualifying for the sprint race in the afternoon.
  • Saturday - Practice two in the morning, sprint race in the afternoon.
  • Sunday - Race

The sprint race is 25% the distance of Sunday's race and the drivers' finish positions determine their starting grid positions on Sunday.

Sprint races were introduced to promote more entertainment for the fans. Having two races at the weekend and a qualifying session on Friday, makes fans want to tune in every day of the Grand Prix weekend and brings more excitement.

Interlagos was one of the races where they tested it out, and it proved to be a success in terms of the racing, with Lewis Hamilton storming through the field in both races for the overall victory.

It returns this year, with three race weekends being sprint race weekends - Emilia Romagna/ Imola, Austria and Brazil.

If you are looking to enjoy world-class Formula One whilst embracing the colourful atmosphere of Sao Paulo, then don’t miss out! Enquire now to make sure you are notified when you can book your ticket to the festival!

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Monza: Temple of Speed

Italy’s Monza racecourse is a truly traditional circuit, dating back to the 1920s. Located in the home nation of Ferrari, Monza was the third purpose-built motor racing circuit in the world and the venue for the World Championship prototype races.

The Monza racecourse is an extremely fast circuit - the fastest on the F1 calendar, in fact - that is known for its high-speed yet simplistic nature. The circuit is filled with long straights and tight chicanes, making for a tense and exciting viewing experience.

Whilst at the F1 in Monza, you can indulge in the joys of Milan’s buildings, fashion, and local Italian cuisine. At Seat Unique, we have several hospitality packages and club passes available for the Grand Prix at Monza.

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The Circuit de Monaco: Playground of the Rich

The Monaco Grand Prix is one of the most exclusive events in the sporting calendar. This intensely sought-after occasion is known as the playground of the rich due to the wealthy attendees and elaborate experiences available.

The Circuit de Monaco goes through the streets and around the harbour of Monte Carlo, following a narrow course filled with very tight corners and elevation changes. It may not feature many - or even any - overtakes, but it is still a must-watch race and another bucket list experience.

The Green Room Yacht Hospitality package is an experience as prestigious as the Monaco races themselves, with yacht transfers, entertainment, free-flowing Champagne, beautiful canapes and a lunch buffet.

Beyond the F1, you can further immerse yourself in the glamour of Monaco’s rich nightlife and bars.

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The Yas Marina Circuit: Grand Finale

Max Verstappen and Lewis Hamilton celebrating with Champagne
Image: #44 Lewis Hamilton (GBR, Mercedes-AMG Petronas F1 Team), #33 Max Verstappen (NED, Red Bull Racing), F1 Grand Prix of Abu Dhabi at Yas Marina Circuit on December 12, 2021 in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates. (Photo by HOCH ZWEI)

Abu Dhabi is the final race of the season, as it has been for many years now. After last year’s spectacular finish, it may be more of a formality race this year if Verstappen keeps up his winning ways.

One thing it will feature is an emotional send-off for a departing legend of the sport in four-time World Champion Sebastian Vettel.

But of course, it is still a long way until we get there in November and anything can happen between now and then.

Whatever way the championship falls by that point, why not enjoy the conclusion to the season in VIP style with 5-star hospitality? Check out our amazing range of hospitality packages, including hotel and yacht hospitality, and watch history in the making at the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix.

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F1 Hospitality Packages and VIP Tickets

F1 premium ticket and hospitality experiences include benefits such as delicious catering, access to some of the best seating and race views, and F1 legend appearances (inclusions vary based on event and location).

Look at and compare our Formula One VIP tickets and premium hospitality packages for 2022 and 2023.  

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How much do Formula One VIP tickets cost?

Formula One VIP tickets and hospitality packages start at £425+VAT per person at Seat Unique. Prices range based on venue, event and package.

Find out more about Seat Unique's range of premium sport hospitality packages.

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