Jun 21, 2019


For ten years the French Grand Prix was absent from the schedule of the Formula 1 Word Championship. The first edition was held from 21 to 24 June 2018. More than 160,000 spectators were welcomed during the 4-day event at the Circuit Paul Ricard, with more than 65,000 people on Sunday, Grand Prix day, alone. From 21 to 23 June 2019, the event will be back for a second time since its return and, for the occasion, will be celebrating the 60th edition of the French Formula 1 Grand Prix!

During the three-day event, spectators will be able to follow the F3, F2 and Formula 1 races. The 20 drivers from the 10 Formula 1 teams, will do battle over the three-day event during free practices, qualifying sessions, and, finally, the Grand Prix itself, the most awaited race of the weekend on Sunday 23 June at 3.10 pm, In 2019, the French Grand Prix will be more blue-white-red than ever with two French drivers, Pierre Gasly (Red Bull) and Romain Grosjean (Haas), a French-speaking driver, Charles Leclerc with Ferrari, and a French team, Renault. So many reasons to come and celebrate Formula 1 at the Circuit Paul Ricard.

Many activities and concerts will set the pace of the weekend for spectators: a fan zone, two activity villages, the reconstruction of a Provencal village, music, concerts every evening, and a breath-taking display on the track. Spectators with a 3-day Pass will also have the opportunity to participate in the exclusive day on Thursday with a visit to the pit lane and autograph sessions with the drivers.

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