The Circuit de Catalunya is a hilly circuit, so General Admission areas include many small rolling hills, which offer good views of relatively extensive sections of track.
Distributed around several strategic sections of the track, the spectator areas known as General Admission areas, allow you to enjoy the Grand Prix in an informal and relaxed way. The tickets are not numbered so that fans can change the perspective from which they watch the action of the races on the two days of competition. These six large green areas are located next to a commercial area and the many activities offered on site.
Many fans prefer the freedom to move around the circuit offered by a general admission ticket, as well as the space to spread out, picnic, and relax on the grass.
About General Admission tickets: please note that General Admission does not guarantee a full view of the track; you will have access to different areas where you can sit on the ground or watch while standing. It’s a great way to enjoy the action at a fraction of a grandstand price, but please be aware that the viewing experience may vary significantly depending on the place you are able to secure. We recommend you arrive very early to the circuit to secure a good viewing spot, as otherwise the areas may fill up and a good viewing location will be challenging to find.
For more information or to book your tickets please contact the Grand Prix Events team via email firstname.lastname@example.org and or phone +44(0)208 419 1111