French Grand Prix
Circuit Paul Ricard
Tucked at the top of the mountains in the Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur region of Southern France is the Circuit Paul Ricard, the 2022 French Grand Prix offers charm, heritage and great action on the track promising a great weekend of motorsport entertainment.
About the French Grand Prix Circuit
The French Grand Prix is one of the oldest motor races in the world and so was integral in establishing the rules and regulations of racing. After a long break from the F1 calendar, and a top-to-tail transformation since 1990, a deal was finally signed for Paul Ricard to return in 2018. The 3.6-mile, 15-corner circuit has is situated in the south of the country in the Le Castellet area within a short drive of the coast, and little over 25 miles from cosmopolitan Marseille and is easily recognisable with its vast blue and red run off areas.
On seven occasions (1971, 1975, 1976, 1978, 1980, 1989 at 2021) the winner at Paul Ricard went on to win the World Championship in the same year. In fact, Ronnie Peterson (1973 and 1974) and René Arnoux (1982) are the only drivers to win at Paul Ricard who never won the World Championship.
Hospitality at the French Grand Prix
Located a short distance from the historic port-city of Marseille, attending the French Grand Prix is the perfect opportunity to experience some early summer sun near the French riviera. No better way to do so at the Grand Prix than with an exclusive VIP Grand Prix hospitality package.
Contact DTB for more information about French Grand Prix Hospitality.