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2016 F1 Packages

2016 F1 Packages

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F1 Ticket, travel and hotel by coach and air from £289

Memorable Moments: 
2008 – Brazil Grand Prix, Lewis Hamilton overtaking Timo Glock to win the Championship
1993 –  European Grand Prix, Ayrton Senna famous sprint to victory despite starting on the Grid in 5th place.
1950 – F1 was born at Silverstone where Italian racer Giuseppe Farina was victorious

The final race of the 2015 F1 calendar took us to Abu Dhabi. With Hamilton having already secured the World Championship and Mercedes having won the Constructors Championship, it was a relatively easily race for Team Mercedes

Hamilton now needs one more title win to go alongside F1 greats Alain Prost and Sebastian Vettel, who each have 4 grand prix titles. Can he do it again next year?

Here's your chance to get in on the action in 2016 with the best selection of Grand Prix tours to some of the hottest dates in the Formula One calendar. Why not see for yourself whether Lewis Hamilton can overtake Sebastian Vettel's run of world championship titles, and set your pulses racing with a high-octane f1 packages both home and away.

2016 F1 packages


12 May 2016 Spanish GP by Coach 5 £499 Book
13 May 2016 Spanish GP own flight 4 £449 Book
26 May 2016 Monaco GP by Coach 5 £499 Book
27 May 2016 Monaco GP own flight 4 £459 Book
09 July 2016 British Grand Prix by Coach 2 £289 Book
08 July 2016 British Grand Prix by Coach 3 £329 Book
08 July 2016 British Grand Prix - Self Drive 3 £319 Book
03 July 2016 Austrian Grand Prix by Coach 5 £519 Book
29 July 2016 German Grand Prix by Coach 4 £399 Book
26 August 2016 Belgian Grand Prix by Coach 4  £429 Book
02 September 2016 Italian Grand Prix own flight 4  £449 Book



2016 F1 Spanish Grand Prix - On sale now!

6-8 May 2016 - Circuit de Catalunya of Montemelo, Barcelona, Spain
One of the most important races within the Grand Prix racing calendar where 20 of the world's best drivers compete. It doesn't matter where you are located along the circuit, you will be able to see all the action from each of the stands or by watching it on one of 17 big screens. Spectators will notice that there have been some improvements regarding facilities at the Circuit de Catalunya of Montmelo which now offers 14 Grandstands with three of them under cover. There are two days of practice and qualifying sessions before the big race.

Previous Winners:
2015 – Nico Rosberg
2014 - Lewis Hamilton
2013 - Fernando Alonso

2016 F1 Monaco Grand Prix
May 2016 - Circuit de Monaco, Monte Carlo, Monaco

For many F1 fans Monaco is a magical place, providing some of the best grand prix racing around in a rather glamorous location. It is hard to comprehend that a Grand Prix race can take place through the narrow streets of a city but that is exactly what happens when F1 lands here. Stare in awe as drivers reach unbelievable speeds negotiating tight corners and passing famous landmarks such as Monte Carlo Casino and the Harbour.

Previous Winners:
2015 - Nico Rosberg
2014 - Nico Rosberg
2013 - Nico Rosberg

2016 F1 British Grand Prix

08-10 July 2016 - Silverstone, Northamptonshire, UK 

Nothing beats the glitz, glamour and adrenalin-fuelled drama of the British Grand Prix. The atmosphere alone is incredible but it's even better when there are home-grown Brits on the Grid. The layout of the circuit has been altered several times in the last 12 years to improve driver's safety and overtaking opportunities. Once the race has finished, officials open up the barriers and allow spectators to walk around the track and get closer to the pit lane. Understandably, this is always a sell-out event in the F1 calendar.

Previous Winners:
2015 - Lewis Hamilton
2014 - Lewis Hamilton
2013 - Nico Rosberg

2016 F1 German Grand Prix
29-31 July 2016 - Hockenheim, Germany - Race Cancelled
The German Grand Prix is alternated each year between Nurburgring and Hockenheimring but it doesn't really matter which circuit plays host as spectators are always in for an action-packed programme of racing that contributes to an unforgettable atmosphere. It will prove to be an exciting time for the German fans too if Nico Rosberg can make it a double. Nurburgring excites spectators with great overtaking opportunities in front of packed stands at the final chicane. The unpredictable weather just adds to the atmosphere and tends to throw up a surprise or two to challenge the competing drivers.

Previous Winners:
2015 - Race Cancelled
2014 - Nico Rosberg
2013 - Sebastian Vettel

2016 F1 Shell Belgian Grand Prix
26-28 August 2015 - Spa-Francorchamps, Belgium
F1 racing first began here in 1924 and the circuit is deemed to be one of the most challenging in the world. Spectators to the Belgian Grand Prix will be in for a thrilling few days of racing as they watch drivers reach speeds of up to 300km/h whilst negotiating the fast, hilly and twisty nature of the circuit. Spa-Francorchamps is also well-known for the unpredictable weather, one part of the circuit could be dry whilst another part could be slippery with rain! As the majority of F1 fans know, there is never a dull day of racing here.

Previous Winners:
2015 - Lewis Hamilton
2014 - Daniel Ricciardo
2013 - Sebastian Vettel

2016 F1 Italian Grand Prix
2-4 September 2016 - Autodromo Nazionale Motodromo, Monza, Italy
Being home to Ferrari, there is always a special atmosphere at the Italian Grand Prix especially if you are located along 'La Pista Magica' their passionate supporters, the Tifosi, gather to cheer for their team. Spectators not only fall in love with the atmosphere but they also love the circuit too. It's long, containing a high number of straights with very few turns allowing drivers to reach eye-watering speeds of 280km/h.

Previous Winners:
2015 – Lewis Hamilton
2014 - Lewis Hamilton
2013 - Sebastian Vettel

Grand Prix tours start from only £289 per person and each package typically includes: return coach (standard or luxury) or air travel plus transfers, bed and breakfast accommodation in a good quality hotel, hotel-to-venue transfers plus ticket to the event, often with the chance to upgrade.

F1 2014 Season Highlights Trailer

See the highs and lows of the 2014 F1 season - courtesy of the BBC.

The only American driver to have won an F1 Grand Prix on home soil was Mario Andretti in 1977.

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