Saudi Arabia Grand Prix
Held on the Corniche in Saudi Arabia, at the Jeddah Circuit on 19th March 2023
Azerbaijan Grand Prix
Held at Baku City Circuit, minutes from Baku Boulevard in Azerbaijan on 30th April 2023
Miami Grand Prix
Held at the Miami International Autodrome, round the Hard Rock Stadium, Florida on 7th May 2023
Emilia Romanga Grand Prix
Held at the Autodromo Internazionale Enzo e Dino Ferrari, Imola on 21st May 2023
Canadian Grand Prix
Held at the Circuit Gilles-Villeneuve in the Canadian city of Montreal on 18th June 2023
Austrian Grand Prix
Held at the Red Bull Ring, in the state of Styria, in Speilberg on 30th June 2023
Hungarian Grand Prix
Held at the Hungaroring circuit, in the small village of Mogyoród 20km north of Budapest on 23rd July 2023
Japanese Grand Prix
Held at the Suzuka Circuit on the outskirts of Suzuka, Japan on 24th September 2023
Brazilian Grand Prix
Held at Autódromo José Carlos Pace, better known as Interlagos,in the city of São Paulo Brazil on 5th November 2023
Las Vegas Grand Prix
Held around the iconic Las Vegas Strip for the first time on 18th November 2023
As the world's most expensive sport, its economic effect is significant, and its financial and political battles are widely observed. The cars race at high speeds, greater than 320 km/h (200 mph) and with a massive global following the Grand Prix calendar generates a great interest for many.
Formula 1 as we know it started off in the 1950’s with its races held in the European arena and gradually built a reputation of risk and extravagance.Now with 19 races there are so many opportunities to attend an event and watch some of the finest motorsport in the world. The season kicks off in Melbourne and the teams then travel around Asia until starting the main European leg in May. This includes many of the tracks which made Formula 1 famous such as Monaco, Spa, Monza and Silverstone. The season nears its climax with new races in Austin and Sochi, the prestigious Interlagos and culminates in Abu Dhabi where double points will be on offer in a dramatic finish to the Championship.
Formula 1 Hospitality
Formula 1 Hospitality is provided at the highest level. The renowned pit lane walk is accommodated within the Paddock Club package and gives the opportunity to rub shoulders with the drivers. A comprehensive gourmet menu is included within this option as well as arguably the most privileged viewing position to watch one of sport’s greatest events unfold.
Contact DTB for more information about Formula 1 Hospitality.