Turn 2 (Zone 1,2,3,4)
With a superior vantage view of the first three turns of the track and of the cars exiting the Pit Lane, this is where skilled manoeuvring will keep fans on the edge of their seats. The Turn 2 Grandstand overlooks Sheares Corner, Turn 1, looking down the barrel of the main straight. Turn 2 Grandstand patrons get a great view of the oncoming cars as they approach Sheares (Turn 1) from 290km/h. The cars will then negotiate Turn 2 before slowing down to 90km/h at Turn 3.
A videowall is opposite the stand.
In 2012, fans here witnessed Felipe Massa’s Ferrari sustain a puncture in the first lap, following a collision with Vitaly Petrov’s Caterham. Turn 2 is also where Mark Webber’s Red Bull hit the barriers in 2009 due to a right front brake failure, ending his race prematurely.
You may also enjoy a great view all the way to the exit of the technical, slow left-hander at Turn 2. This is a great spot to enjoy the incredible cornering ability of a modern F1 car, as they sweep through this sector, changing direction three times in the blink of an eye.
Higher seats will also enjoy a view of the main straight, so this is a good place to watch the adrenalin of the pre-race grid preparations and the dramatic race start.
You will also have a clear view of the pit lane exit, making this is an excellent place to follow the evolution of pit strategies and see who comes out in front.
This ticket provides access to Zones 1, 2, 3 and 4, please click here for the circuit map.
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