Premier Walkabout (Zone 1,2,3,4)
Fans can catch the action from bleachers strategically located throughout the Circuit Park, including the first and final sequence of corners, the pit lane entry and exit, as well as along the sweeping right-hander at Turn 5.
Fans here witnessed Bruno Senna suffer a mishap not once, but twice over the weekend in 2012. Senna’s Williams Renault made contact with the left-hand wall at Turn 20 during FP2, damaging the left-rear suspension. In Qualifying, Senna hit the barriers at Turn 21 – this time breaking his right rear suspension in the process.
Vitaly Petrov’s Caterham brought out the red flags in FP3 when he hit the barriers here too, before spinning to a halt at the entrance of the Pit Lane with a broken right rear suspension.
Premier Walkabout patrons can also indulge in a multitude of entertainment, food and beverage offerings across the entire Circuit Park over the three days, with access to Zone 1 , Zone 2 , Zone 3 and Zone 4. .