French Grand Prix, Marseille
Race date 24 July 2022
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General entry – £799 p/p
If you’re attending for the weekend you’ll have plenty of time to explore all of the general admission areas and find a spot you like best for Sunday.
One of the better places is on the grassy bank between Le Beausset and Virage du Pont. From here you’ll see at a distance cars speeding in to the double right-hander, negotiating a number of medium speed turns before disappearing out of view before the final tight, right-hander.
Chicane – £1049 p/p
Chicane starts at the beginning of the breaking point and your view of the cars negotiating the chicane is of the side and rear. Its a fantastic place to witness the extraordinary breaking ability of an F1 car.
Sainte-Baume – £1049 p/p
Undoubtedly one of the best grandstands to watch the action at the Circuit Paul Riccard, fans in the Saint Baume grandstand complex can follow the action from where the cars turn into the Virage de le’Hotel right-hander around the low speed Virage du Camp and Virage de la Saint Baume directly in front of this grandstand. Its a good multiple corner view at varying cornering speeds.
Ligne de Départ – £1399 p/p
The Ligne de Départ Grandstand gives fans a thrilling view of some of the most important race moments. Watch the cars as they speed down the main straight and towards the finish line. Fans in this grandstand will also have a great view of the podium ceremony afterwards.
- Bus Express GP: If you are staying in Marseille, Toulon or Aix en Provence, you can take a daily shuttle bus to the circuit and back. The service is available on Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Tickets cost €25 return per day and need to be booked in advance on this link (choose the day in the navigation at the top of the page)
- Park & Ride: If you have your own car or a local rental, this is probably the best way to get to the circuit. There’s a good network of motorways connecting major cities to Circuit Paul Ricard. Parking areas for this service are located close to the A50 and A8 motorway exits near the cities of La Ciotat, Roquefort la Bédoule, Bandol and St Cyr. Once you have parked, you can take a shuttle bus to and from the circuit (approx. 40 minutes travel time). The Park & Ride service is FREE for ticket holders, but you will need to reserve your parking space in advance via this link.
- Parking at Paul Ricard: If you have at least four people in your car, you can park for FREE close to the circuit (unsealed parking areas – not recommended if it rains a lot on race weekend). Motorcycle parking is also FREE at the circuit. Alternatively, two levels of paid parking are available at the circuit; “Green” access to unsealed circuit parking costs €70 for 3 days, while “Premium Parking” costs €189 for 3 days. The premium option offers parking spaces inside the circuit perimeter, shuttles from the parking to grandstands, and you can also use a dedicated “F1 lane” on the roads entering the circuit for quicker access. All free and paid parking must be reserved in advance via this link. For a map of local roads with access to the circuit, click here
- Taxis / Ride Sharing: Taxis are not cheap on the French Riviera. Expect to pay around €100 each way to get to Paul Ricard from Marseilles. This cost can be justified if you are travelling in a group of four, but is pretty expensive for smaller groups.
The closest major French cities are Toulon (30km), Marseille (45km) and Aix-en-Provence (58km).
Le Castellet does not have a train station, and the nearest stations are Saint-Cyr-les-Lecques-la-Cadiere, Bandol and Seyne-Six-Fours. There are no confirmed public transport routes leading to the circuit from these locations. Further information will be released closer to the race.