Jeddah Corniche Circuit
A great benefit of being one of the less popular Grand Prix is that the logistics are so much simpler. That goes for the venue but also for the fans. Major traffic delays, long waits for the shuttle bus and extortionate parking are nowhere to be seen in Jeddah. Besides some minor teething problems that a new Grand Prix venue often has, for fans travelling to and from the Jeddah circuit, the experience has been, for the most part, a breeze.
For fans arriving under their own steam, ample parking is provided within walking distance of the circuit. For anyone else, there are dedicated drop-off areas for taxis and rideshare.
There are separate parking areas at the Jeddah circuit, designed to allow the most efficient flow of fans to and from the track. Follow the information here to access your correct parking area. All grandstand and hospitality ticket holders will receive free parking passes, but picking up parking badges before the F1 weekend is essential.
To get your parking permit, drop into the Visitor Centre (open from 12pm to 12am) with your e-tickets. After scanning your QR code, you’ll be issued a badge to display on your vehicle, allowing access to the area. Buying parking passes on any day of the event won’t be possible, and any vehicle must have a pass to be allowed to enter the area around the circuit.
Any car without a parking permit, including taxis and rideshare vehicles, won’t be able to get close to the circuit on Grand Prix weekend. Anyone wishing to be dropped off at the track must use the dedicated drop-off zone.
The area designated for this is next to the Red Sea Mall. For being picked up after midnight, use the site beside the Red Parking zone.
I’m Danny, an incurable Formula 1 fan for over 30 years and founder of The F1 Spectator. My aim is to inform and inspire, arming you with helpful tips and advice for your next F1 trip.