What happens if a race/event is cancelled?
In the extreme case of an event being cancelled, please contact the circuit on +33 (0)4 94 98 36 66
How can I find out about the programme for an event’s race?
The programme is posted online before each event on the website (Calendar section)
How can I buy my ticket for a public event?
Tickets are general available for early sale online via the website (Tickets section).
To what does the admission ticket provide access?
The admission ticket provides access to the circuit’s public areas: the Xtrem Park zone with the grandstand at the “Virage du Pont” turn and the mound of the “Double-Droite du Beausset” turn, and the red zone with the grandstand in the straight line in front of the pits.
According to the event, the admission ticket may also provide access to the Paddock and Sainte Baume and Chicane Mistral grandstands (this will be specified in the event’s description).
Do children require a ticket?
Access to the circuit is free for children under 16 years (unless otherwise stipulated for an event) but even children under 16 years must have a ticket which can be downloaded when buying adult tickets online or collected on site at the ticket offices.
Note: it is advised to equip very young children with ear defenders (on sale at the Circuit’s store at the Xtrem Park and at the corner shop in the hall of the Pit Building)
At what time do the circuit’s gates open/close?
The gates to the circuit's site generally open 30 minutes before the start of the first laps and close 30 minutes after the last podium ceremony. It is advised to check the programme in advance.
How to enter the circuit area?
When the main entrance is paying, several queues are organised for vehicles according to the type of visitors:
At what time do the ticket offices close in the evening?
The ticket offices generally close one hour before the end of the event.
What facilities are provided for PRM?
People with reduced mobility have access to a disabled parking area near the Paddock (sticker must be displayed on vehicle). A grandstand with a ramp is available in the straight line in front of the pits (and a grandstand is reserved for PRM during the French F1 Grand Prix). Buildings accessible to the public are equipped with a lift to facilitate access to the roof by PRM.
Are animals allowed inside the track area?
For safety reasons, animals are prohibited inside the track area. Small dogs are tolerated but must be held in your arms.
The main public car park is located behind the grandstands in the red zones (separate car/motorcycle areas). It is generally free of charge (unless otherwise stipulated depending on the events). For major gatherings, public car parks are fitted out inside the track area or around the circuit and are signposted from the main road.
The Grand Prix Burger restaurant located in the Xtrem Park is open Wednesday to Sunday from 10am to 6pm (and Tuesday to Sunday during school holidays) and on public holidays. Further information: http://www.xtrempark.eu/nos-activites/burger/
During events open to the public, snacks bars are open in the public areas and in the Paddock.
Track visits are available departing from the Xtrem Park with a guide who will present a behind-the-scenes look at the Circuit: paddocks, Pit Building, Media Center, restaurant with a panoramic view over the finishing straight, etc. You will also hear about the history of the circuit, its vocation and its projects. By shuttle bus, Segway or Nosmoke. By appointment: +33 (0)4 94 98 35 70
The Circuit Paul Ricard’s switchboard is open every day from 9am to 6pm (and Monday to Friday from December to February): +33 (0)4 94 98 36 66
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