Covering all of the Grands Prix events, our Formula 1 tickets provide the opportunity for you to witness the planets  finest drivers battle it out for supremacy around the world’s fastest circuits whilst allowing you to take in destinations such as the iconic towering skyscrapers that fill the infamous skyline of Dubai, the glamour and luxury of Monaco’s harbour filled with multi-million-pound yachts or the drama at the night race in Singapore.

Billions F1 can provide you with general admission ticket or hospitality packages  so your Formula 1 experience is as exciting as the action on the track.

  • 14 - 17 MARCH

    ROLEX AUSTRALIAN GRAND PRIX

    Melbourne has hosted the season opening since 1996 on its stunning Albert Park Circuit, and is said to be one of the season’s most looked upon events. 

    Offering a stern challenge for the drivers, the picturesque setting and passionate locals strongly contribute in making the event a popular destination. Reportedly, over 300 000 visitors attend the event throughout its 4-day racing action. Be part of the experience today  

  • 29 - 31  MARCH

    GULF AIR BAHRAIN GRAND PRIX

    Bahrain's Skir Circuit yet again stands out in the calendar as the only desert Formula One track amongst the race worldwide.

     

    Situated on the south side of Bahrain Island this modern first-class facility completely surrounded by sand will ensure an exceptional Grand Prix  setting 

  • 12 - 14 APRIL

    HEINEKEN CHINESE GRAND PRIX 

    Since its first edition in 2004, the Shanghai Grand Prix has worked its way up in order to become one of most exciting races of the season.

     

    What makes this venue so special is the circuit’s structural design, which combines Chinese heritage and modern facilities. The track is shaped like the Chinese character “Shang” which translates as “high” or above”.

  • 26 - 28 APRIL

    AZERBAIJAN GRAND PRIX

    The new Hermann Tilke-designed Azerbaijan European Grand Prix street circuit will see F1 cars racing through Baku´s historic city centre, the beautiful seaside promenade and the impressive government house. 

     

    Baku's very attractive urban atmosphere and its great combination of history and 21st century style provide all the ingredients to create a world class event for its first race in 2016. 

  • 10 - 12 MAY

    GRAN  PREMIO DE ESPANA 

    When Formula 1 storms back to Europe at the beginning of May, one can think of no better place than Barcelona to celebrate this event. The vibrant Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya is a grand favourite to fans and drivers, and is often considered to be the season’s 'real start'

     

  • 23 - 26 MAY

    GRAND PRIX DE MONACO

    As one of the World’s biggest ever sporting events, the Formula 1 Monaco Grand Prix is quite simply a must. No event on the calendar can match the sporting task and scintillating glamour of this race that every driver dreams to win. Join world-renowned celebrities at Monaco’s harbour for a unique experience

     

  • 07- 09 JUNE

    GRAND PRIX DU CANADA

    Despite failing to display a Canadian driver since 1997, Canada has always openly welcomed Formula 1. The “Bienvenue au Quebec” lettering on the wall of Montreal’s Gilles Villeneuve circuit is a demonstration of the passion Canada nurtures for the sport.

    Set right in between Monaco and Austria, Canada’s Grand Prix is always eagerly awaited by F1 fans

  • 21 -23 JUNE

    GRAND PRIX DU FRANCE

    After a 10-year absence from the F1 Calendar, the French Grand Prix makes a comeback in 2018! Taking place at Circuit of Paul Ricard, less than an hours’ drive form beautiful Marseille, this is an exciting Grand Prix to look forward to.

  • 28 -30 JUNE

    GRAND PRIX AUSTRIA

    Bought by Austrian sports drink giants Red Bull and renovated in 2005, the Red Bull Ring relished unparalleled success when it hosted a Grand Prix in 2014 after an 11 -year draft.  Marking the start to a new chapter in Formula 1, the Austrian Grand Prix has managed to combine heritage and modernity to enhance the overall experience for drivers and fans.

  • 12 - 14 JULY

    BRITISH GRAND PRIX 

    One of the highlights of the British sporting calendar.  Few sporting occasions match the intensity, glamour and drama of any F1 Grand Prix worldwide.

     

    Silverstone offers an exciting new track layout with better spectator facilities which have improved the overall atmosphere and racing

     

  • 26 -28 JULY

    MERCEDES BENZ GERMAN GRAND PRIX

    The Circuit of Hockenheim (officially named Hockenheimring) hosted its first Formula 1 Grand Prix in 1970. Set in the forests of Baden-Württemberg, the breathtaking scenery adds value to this fast circuit.

     

    Shortened in the early 2000s following a request from F1 officials, Hockenheim circuit hosts the German Grand Prix one year out of two, switching with Nürburgring. 

  • 02 - 04 AUGUST

    MAGNAR NAGYDJI

    Within just over 20 years, the Hungaroring has become one of the calendar’s classics. Neighbouring the beautiful city of Budapest, the circuit’s scenery is one of the best of the calendar.

     

    And despite the track being relatively slow, the dusty roads and numerous turns make it nevertheless challenging, especially under the hot summer sun.

  • 30 - 01 SEPTEMBER

    BELGIAN GRAND PRIX

    Every sport has its dream venue, and Belgium’s Spa-Francorchamps is definitely Formula 1’s. Favourite circuit to many drivers and fans, the Belgian track in the Ardennes is the longest track of the calendar and relishes numerous elevation changes.

    As one of the toughest challenges of the season, only the very best can clinch victory here

  • 06 - 08  SEPTEMBER 

    HEINEKEN D'ITALIA GRAND PRIX

    Often referred to as the “Temple of Speed”, Monza is the fastest track on the Formula 1 Calendar and the third permanent circuit in the World.

     

    Home to the legendary Scuderia Ferrari, Monza also relishes a particular atmosphere within its park, and has worked on its popularity by allowing fans to rush on to the track at the end of the race to watch the podium ceremony up close.

  • 20 - 22 SEPTEMBER

    SINGAPORE AIRLINES GRAND PRIX

    Launched in 2008, the Singapore Grand Prix is the first race of the Formula 1 calendar to take place at night, making it a very special venue for drivers and fans.

     

    Moreover, just like in Monaco, the circuit is set within the city’s streets. Lots of action on and off the track as the Padang stage hosts singers and performers from around the world during this major event.

  • 27 - 29 SEPTEMBER

    VTB RUSSIAN GRAN PRIX

    Voted best organised round of the World Championship in 2014, the Formula 1 Russian Grand Prix in Sochi kicked off with a bang, ending a 30-year campaign for a Russian Grand Prix.

     

    Built by the notorious Hermann Tilke, this modern circuit offers numerous 90° corners and the longest left-hander of the season at Turn 3.

  • 11 - 13 OCTOBER

    JAPANESE GRAND PRIX

    Initially built for car and motorbike tests in 1960’s, Honda’s Suzuka circuit is amongst the drivers’ favourites. Often compared to Spa-Francorchamps, Monaco and the Hungaroring, the venue consists of a stern challenge for teams and drivers.

    The massive theme park nearby is where most fans head after Saturday’s qualifiers

  • 24 - 27 OCTOBER

    GRAN PREMIO DE MEXICO GRAND PRIX

    The Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez in Mexico City is named after the tragic deaths of racing brothers Ricardo and Pedro, who both perished during races.

     

    Absent for many years from the F1 calendar, the venue returned in 2015, and is extremely challenging for drivers due to the thin air, but also the particularly challenging final corners that precede a long start/finish straight.

  • 01 - 03 NOVEMBER

    UNITED STATES GRAND PRIX

    Formula 1 and United-States are back again together, and after Indianapolis till 2007, it’s Austin, in Texas, that will host the race. The track (anticlockwise) has been designed and built to welcome Grand Prix of Americas in Wandering Creek.

  • 15 -17 NOVEMBER

    GRANDE PREMIO DO BRASIL

    Emerson Fittipaldi, Ayrton Senna, and more recently Rubens Barichello and Felipe Massa… Brazil has always shown a huge interest in Formula 1 and bred numerous world-class drivers.

     

    The effervescence demonstrated during the Brazilian Grand Prix is almost as big as the one displayed during the country’s football matches

  • 29 - 01 DECEMBER

    ETIHAD AIRWAYS ABU DHABI GRAND PRIX

    The Glamorous Yas Marina Circuit in Abu Dhabi is the season’s closing curtain, which inevitably adds thrill and adrenaline to the Emirates’ twilight Grand Prix.

     

    Be there to experience it all the glamour and the magnificent wonders of Abu Dhabi

 TICKETS 

SITE LINKS:

PARTNER LINKS:

 BILLIONS LUXURY PORTAL :

© 2019 by Billions Luxury Portal - All rights reserved

|

|