About The F1 Spectator
The F1 Spectator is where your next visit to a Grand Prix starts. Our guides are the essential companion to make planning your Formula 1 trip easy.
At The F1 Spectator, we passionately believe every F1 fan should go to a Grand Prix at least once. That’s why we exist – to guide and inspire you as you put in some earplugs and swap your sofa for a seat in the grandstand. Here, in one platform you can plan your F1 experience anywhere in the world, from start to finish. Our mission is to make the planning seamless, simple, and exciting.
You’ll find advice, trusted resources, and those valuable little gems of insider tips gleaned from years of experience at the world’s F1 circuits. Whether you’ve been going to Grand Prix since the days of Clark and Stewart or you’re a Netflix newb, you’ll find content here that will make your next race weekend a richer experience and leave you wanting to go again and again.
The F1 Spectator travel guides walk you through every aspect of the trip, giving you an overview of each Grand Prix, advice on buying F1 tickets, travel information to and from the circuit and reviews of some of the best (and worst) grandstands and general admission spots.
Ladies and gentlemen, start your engines! It’s time to plan your trip with The F1 Spectator.
I’ve been a Formula 1 fan for as long as I remember and I attended my first Grand Prix in 1996.
I came away with sore feet and sunburn and was half-deaf from the ear-splitting V10s. I was also hopelessly addicted to the sights, sounds and smells of a live Formula 1 race.
I founded The F1 Spectator in 2014 to inform and inspire other race going Formula 1 fans and take the hassle out of planning an F1 trip.