Make sure you get your tickets for a highly-demanded event like the Formula 1 Grand Prix in Barcelona. The track is located in Montmeló, about 30 minutes drive/shuttle north of Barcelona and is very well connected with the city around the time of the event. The race will take place on Sunday 23th June, and pilots will battle in the qualifying rounds two days before the race, the previous Friday and Saturday.
- Tickets for the F1 Spanish Grand Prix 2024
- VIP and hospitality Options
- General Categories and VIP options information
- F1 Spanish GP weekend schedule
- Frequently Asked Questions
- How to arrive at the Barcelona-Catalunya circuit
- Contact us for requests
Tickets for the F1 Spanish Grand Prix 2024 in Barcelona
4-day Pass (Thursday to Sunday) Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya, MontmelóTICKETS from 260€
3-day Pass (Friday to Sunday) Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya, MontmelóTICKETS from 198€
3-day Hospitality (Friday to Sunday) Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya, MontmelóTICKETS from 3648€
F1 GP Barcelona multi-day passes and race tickets
Whether you like to be in the Main Stand to see the start and check-crossed flag or prefer to casually spend a wonderful sunny afternoon on the grass at a tactical curve, check out the different options regarding tickets for the 2024 F1 Grand Prix in Barcelona. You will surely find what you are looking for.
The three-day pass is the best option for the avid Formula 1 fan who wants to witness the whole Formula 1 experience throughout the weekend in Barcelona. Nevertheless, the race ticket or Sunday Pass is also available if you cannot make it to the qualifying rounds on Friday and Saturday.
VIP Tickets and Hospitality Packages
Enjoy an exclusive Grand Prix experience from one of the best areas of the circuit with all you need. The Hospitality Packages and VIP Club areas offer the best views in premium facilities with catering and drinks.
Circuit VIP & Hospitality packages available:
- Paddock Club: 3-Day Pass
Paddock Club Hospitality gives you a unique view of the track and the pit lane. Experience the Spanish Grand Prix with the most exclusive F1 hospitality ticket there is.
Paddock Club Hospitality tickets are the best you can get for an F1 experience you will never forget. You are guaranteed to get the best seats at the Spanish GP. You will have access to the pit lane where you can watch the teams work on the cars. The F1 Spain Paddock Club is a place where you can enjoy exclusive facilities and services. Throughout the weekend, your food and drinks are taken care of with an open bar and an upscale restaurant with gourmet food. You also get luxurious extras such as VIP parking, a necessary set of earplugs, and the Spanish Grand Prix full program!
- Sky View Racing: Located in the main stand building. Includes: Seat in the grandstands, parking space, TV, catering, official store, guided tour of the paddocks and pit lane walk, among others.
- Garden Village: Located in the last crucial corner of the circuit. Includes: Seat in grandstand H, parking space, TV, catering, official store and pit lane walk among others.
- Champions Club: 3-Day Pass
Ticket categories: Grandstand seating options or General admission
From general admission passes to VIP areas or tailor-made packages. Choose between the Excellence Grandstands, the Super Fan Grandstands, the Fan Grandstands, or the Pelouse (General Admission seats).
The Main Grandstand offers a unique view of the main straight. Seats will be close to the grid and the pit lane meaning you won’t miss any details of the pre-race activities or on the podium. This is the only covered area in the circuit. Seats are numbered, and a giant screen is provided to see the action closer.
Super Fan Grandstands
These are the A, H, L, I, and E grandstands. They are located on the main turns and the famous Chicane, offering great views of essential action on those spots. Seats are numbered, and a giant screen is provided.
Grandstands J, G, C, K, N and B. From these sections, you will enjoy great panoramic views of the track and fair views of some of the key spots and turns. Seats are numbered, and a giant screen is provided.
Pelouse or General Admission
Many fans prefer a general admission ticket, as they like the space to spread out, picnic, and relax on the grass, where you can sit on the ground or watch while standing. Please be aware that these tickets are not numbered and do not guarantee a full track view. The Pelouse green sections are located close to a commercial area.
Formula 1 GP Barcelona ticket prices
We are proud to be partnered with and offer tickets from GooTickets, an official ticket provider for many sports events worldwide. Several secure payment methods are available, and tickets can be safely delivered by DHL or picked up directly at the circuit. Find below the prices for the seats and packages offered:
– Excellence Grandstands: 3 days pass from 570€
– Super Fan Grandstands: 3 days pass from 470€
– Fan Grandstand : 3 days pass from 300€
– General Admission: 3 days pass from 180€
– General Admission: race day from 120€
2024 F1 Spanish GP weekend schedule
The festivities start on Thursday with some promoter activities, press conferences, autograph sessions, and other public Pit Lane Walks for the luck 3-day pass holders.
The drivers will sport the gloves and helmets from Friday with Practice 1 in the morning, followed by Practice 2 in the afternoon. Preceded by Practice 3 at noon, the F1 Spanish GP qualifying sessions will start over 3 pm on Saturday. An epic hour during which the margin of error is non-existent.
The 2023 F1 Spanish Grand Prix will start on a Sunday at around 3 pm. Please note that all times are shown in local time CEST (Europe/Barcelona)
|17:30 – 19:30||Public Pit Lane Walk *|
|13:30 – 14:30||F1 Practice 1|
|17:00 – 18:00||F1 Practice 2|
|12:30 – 13:30||F1 Practice 3|
|16:00 – 17:00||F1 Qualifying|
|12:50 – 13:20||F1 Drivers’ parade|
|15:00 – 17:00||2024 F1 Spanish GP Race|
* Access with any type of GP ticket (Tribuna, Pelouse, Pelouse Jove, Circuit Members and Officials)
The Circuit has adapted facilities for people with reduced mobility who need a wheelchair for their mobility. They will be able to access two grandstands, the Main Grandstand and Grandstand G, with a Pelouse ticket. The accompanying person must buy the corresponding ticket for the chosen grandstand. You will have access to the exclusive parking lot as long as the vehicle has the corresponding indicative sticker. There will be a 50% discount for people with any disability of more than 33% and a 50% discount for a companion. Disability certificate and ID must be sent to email@example.com for verification and activation of the discount.
Yes, the Main Grandstand and Grandstand M are covered.
In Montmeló there is an area for motorhomes at Camping Montmeló. It is located near gate 6 of the Circuit. The camping area is managed by the Montmeló town hall and opens from Thursday at 5:00 p.m. to Sunday at 6:00 p.m., in an exclusive closed area that has a capacity limited to 1,500 people.
For more information on availability and rates, make your inquiry through the email firstname.lastname@example.org
It is allowed to bring with you: –Food and non-alcoholic beverages. –Umbrellas (without the sharp bottom). –Chairs exclusively for the Pelouse areas, as long as the other spectators are not disturbed. –Plastic bottles up to 1.5 L (with caps included) and bricks. –Baby carriages. -Umbrella
It is forbidden: –Glass, metal, ceramic or wooden containers. –Alcoholic beverages (Soft drinks and 0.0 beer can be purchased at the restaurant points inside the facility). –Dangerous objects. Knives, scissors or similar. -Pets. –Scooters, bicycles and other items of personal mobility. –Flares and smoke containers. –Professional image recording equipment.
Yes, it is necessary to purchase a parking ticket per vehicle. The Circuit also recommends exchanging the parking ticket for the sticker in designated areas. It will not be possible to buy tickets at the entrances to the car parks. The car parks open their doors at 6:30 a.m. on Friday and at 6:00 a.m. on Saturday and Sunday. Parking is free for motorcycles and for those vehicles that are accredited as disabled (Blue Badge).
Circuit de Montmeló – F1 GP Barcelona
The Barcelona Circuit, also known as Montmeló for its location, was inaugurated in 1991 and has three main circuits, all used for different purposes. The Circuit Gran Premi, used for the F1 races, has a total lap length of 4655m.
How to get to F1 Barcelona Circuit
You can easily reach the track by Train from Barcelona, using Line 2 until Montmeló station. Then, you can use one of the available transfer options from the railway station to the Circuit. You can also walk from the station to the track. Count approximately 30 minutes.
If you are coming by car, the Circuit de Barcelona is surrounded by parking spaces. Please note that each category of ticket grants you access to a specific parking area. You can also check the map and see the colour-coded areas for parking spaces around the track :
Parking at Montmeló F1 Circuit in Barcelona
Car parks are open from 7 am on Friday and Saturday to 6.30 am on Sunday. On Thursday, parking is free of charge. All car park areas are closed at night.
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Address and access
Barcelona F1 racing track
Camino Mas Moreneta,
2024 F1 Barcelona Grand Prix requests
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