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Formel 1 Großer Preis von Frankreich 2020

26 28 Juni
Le Beausset - Bereiche 3, 4

F1 Frankreich 2020Le Beausset - Bereiche 3, 4

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Diese Tribüne liegt an der Double Droite du Beausset und bietet einen Blick aus erster Reihe auf zwei schnelle Rechtskurven, welche die Fähigkeiten aller Fahrer testen. Sie können die Autos dabei beobachten, wie Sie rasant durch die lange, enge Rechtskurve fahren. Die Bereiche 3-4 der Tribüne bieten Blick auf die Kurve Double Droite. Dadurch, dass die Rennstrecke sehr flach ist, haben Sie möglicherweise aber sogar einen Panoramablick auf mehrere Teile der Strecke. Ferngläser werden empfohlen, um den größtmöglichen Nutzen aus der Lage zu ziehen und keine Sekunde der Action auf der Strecke zu verpassen.

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Shane & Gary

13 Juli 2019

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Not enough water or toilets

Austria looks better a better bet! We had a good time overall but it could have been a lot better. Water cost more than coffee? security stopped us from taking sensible amounts of water into the track. i t was quite hot and water prices at the the track were a ripoff,. the grandstands were half empty so there was no atmosphere even on race day. the highlight of the whole weekend was the Clio cup. Which is a shame because we were looking forward to the grand prix

Graham Coome

25 Juni 2019

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French F1 GP 2019

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The service provided by bookF1 Com and the Motorsport Live team at the track was excellent. We were kept kully informed with regular updates and we were given a free upgrade which was fantastic. All emails were answered swiftly and having a presence at the event was very useful. As for the circuit and actual event, the general admission viewing opportunities are great, possibly the best I've been to (14th circuit for me). Some are better than the views from the stands, which don't seem to be in the best places for some reason. There are plenty of screens but commentary cannot be heard everywhere. One thing not to underestimate is the size of the track; it's a very long hike around, especially if you're carrying chairs and stuff and the chances are it will be very hot too! Estimates of a 10 minute walk from campsites are a joke too. I would allow 45 minutes to an hour from leaving to getting installed! It's an attractive circuit in beautiful surroundings but access is difficult by road. We camped due to last year's difficulties and getting out on Monday was no issue. The food and drink aren't generally cheap but are very reasonable compared to other circuits I've been to and there's plenty of choice. The service is very good too, I love the French! I was surprised and disappointed not to see any ptomotuinal Ricard stands! A free tipple is always appreciated. The shuttle buses were very random and poorly signed and good luck getting the correct one if you don't speak French. It was annoying that there was no bus available from the campsite in the morning; it was strictly staff only. However, going back it was a free for all. I won't be rushing back here because the effort required for the reward of f a great experience and the prospect of a great race are not as good as so many other tracks. Monaco is down the road and is such a superior experience. Ok, there's no overtaking there but the racing here is pretty dull with no jeopardy and Monaco is just a visual feast. However, what I will be doing is using this website again for booking tickets. Historically I have used many sites, including booking through the circuit itself. This has been the best booking experience in terms of information and help. Compare that to my Shanghai experience for example...! All turned out ok but its nice to know before you arrive that all is OK! Right, off to Austria now, before the long drive back to Ssilverstone. Thanks again fornthe upgrade but we were clearly helping Circuit Paul Ricard to save face with empty stands. Shame.

NB

07 Juli 2018

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Horrendous Traffic

I can not recommend this race because of the stupid access road. It’s like having the FA cup final in the Lake District. You cannot have that many cars on what is a single lane each way road for 15 miles. To add insult to injury the food and drink stalls were woefully unprepared for the amount of people so there were queues of (no exaggeration) 90 minutes for food and 60 minutes for drink. I realise these things are not what one comes to Formula One for, but don’t underestimate how frustrating it is to have to waste hours of your hard earned F1 break in queue after queue while you miss the action. What of the circuit itself? We sat at Le Beausset and there wasn’t a great deal to see. Due to barriers and the incline of the circuit you can’t see anything of the main straight. The circuit is narrow so don’t expect tons of overtaking. My friend and I have been to lots of races in Europe and I won’t be returning to France.

Fanie Kloppers

06 Juli 2018

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Access Needs Improvement to This Great track

Great race. Great track. Infrastructure was lacking, though, to cope with the numbers. We were stuck for 6 hours in the car park due to a traffic accident on the road on the Sunday after the race. Access roads to the track and parking needs to be improved. We were, however, provided exactly what we asked for as regards to seats by bookf1. As always, they aim to please.

Lili Loli

29 Juni 2018

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French GP

Although stayed only 20 mins from track there were no buses and limited taxis so in the end we drove which was fine Saturday but Sunday when we left late after concert we were force to go past our turning and carry straight on as far as Toulon and circle back, aboslutely ridiculous

Derek Flynn

28 Juni 2018

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Do not attend this shambles

This is our 6th Grand Prix all over the world .The e tickets supplied were poor printed off A4 sheet, no info on event or map or parking.Massive delay in getting in to the car parking on a cleared woodland costing 50 Euros .Our grandstand seats were 1hr walk from car park.The public areas were uneven and dangerous.1hr queue to get food /water. Massive queue to exit event .Massive diversion through rural villages .we did not attend on Sunday do yourself a favour "its not worth the effort"

Derek Flynn

28 Juni 2018

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Do not attend this shambles

This is our 6th Grand Prix all over the world .The e tickets supplied were poor printed off A4 sheet, no info on event or map or parking.Massive delay in getting in to the car parking on a cleared woodland costing 50 Euros .Our grandstand seats were 1hr walk from car park.The public areas were uneven and dangerous.1hr queue to get food /water. Massive queue to exit event .Massive diversion through rural villages .we did not attend on Sunday do yourself a favour "its not worth the effort"

Derek Flynn

28 Juni 2018

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Do not attend this shambles

This is our 6th Grand Prix all over the world .The e tickets supplied were poor printed off A4 sheet, no info on event or map or parking.Massive delay in getting in to the car parking on a cleared woodland costing 50 Euros .Our grandstand seats were 1hr walk from car park.The public areas were uneven and dangerous.1hr queue to get food /water. Massive queue to exit event .Massive diversion through rural villages .we did not attend on Sunday do yourself a favour "its not worth the effort"

Top cat

26 Juni 2018

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Appaling ques and awful organisation of the car parking

Millions were spent on the circuit, but no thought what so ever was given to how 65.000 people were going to get there or how to organise the car parking. It took over 7 hours for us to go 10miles from our apartment on Friday, needless to say it was all over by the time we arrived and we were waved passed by officals along with hundreds of other cars. The reason was the idiots only opened one car parking area at a time. Clearly the powers that be made it clear after Fridays debacle all car parking should be opened at the same time on Saturday and Sunday. Saturday we tried another of the 3 roads in and this only took 1 hour, but getting out of the horrendous car parking areas took 4 hours and then we were sent in the complete opposit direction to where we were staying which took another 90 mins instead of 25mins. Sunday was even worse we didn't get back until midnight after yet again being sent in the opposite direction. The car parking was on ground that had been forest, trees and other vegetation had been cut done in places and covered in chunked up large pieces of bark amongst large pieces of stones and boulders. I kid you not!!! It was obvious that car parking was an after thought, whoever was in charge should be shot or sent off to somewhere far away. Some peoples cars were damaged and this place is not fit for F1. We would never go back to Circuit Paul Richard and nor will many others who we spoke to. Inside the circuit it looked good and the toilets were very clean, but some areas were not finshed. There were not enough food or drink outlets and again the ques were very long. On Sunday by 2pm they had run out of sandwiches!!!! It was great Lewis won but except for a few little exciting moments, it was yet again a procession even amongst the lower ranking cars. We had a good view from our seats at Le Beausset. Was it worth £600 in a word NO!!!!

Chris R.

26 Juni 2018

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Nice circuit, not enough roads to get there on time

I have been to other GPs in Europe in the middle of the forest. Unfortunately this year there was a poor or non existent plan to make the commuting by car smooth. It took us hours to get to a parking place (paid parking in a dusty place!!!) and even longer to leave. That has nothing to do with the spectacle inside the circuit which was decent, but the French need to improve a lot to meet the standards we are used in Austria or Belgium.

Malc and Maria

25 Juni 2018

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Poorly organised entry and exit of circuit

Good facilities. Good race with plenty of over taking. Good seats in stand. Unfortunately the weekend was spoilt by the very poor management of the roads leading to the carparks. The car park management which was total choas trying to leave after the race. We purchased car park ticket through your site as advised. We were told we would not be able to park without it. We saw no tickets asked for on parking so as far as we are concerned anyone could park for free. As said before total chaos. It took us 3 hours just to get out of a car park.

Brad Franko

25 Juni 2018

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Not worth it

Traffic. We did not get there at all on friday. Turned back at 5pm. Drive there super early on Saturday and Sunday. Parking disorganised and terrible. Queues at F1 Store terrible. Waited 2 hours to get a coffee. F1 cars sound awful. Wate of money. Ever again.

Paul Underhay

25 Juni 2018

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Terrible experience

My brother and I love F1 with a passion and had been looking forward to this trip for over 6 months. We were so excited when we left London on Thursday evening. Friday June 22nd We left for the circuit with plenty of time in hand (or so we thought), and hit a traffic jam as we attempted to leave the motorway and head for the circuit. 90mins later, we had travelled only 75 yards, and still had 18kms to go. We made the painful decision to turn back to Cassis and get some value from our day. The alternative was spending the day in the car, with no guarantee of seeing any F1. Very sad. Saturday June 23rd We left even earlier (we were in the car at 6.00am!) and managed to get to the circuit after about 1hours drive. The parking situation seemed random - we were directed to park in a place which was at the opposite end of the circuit to where our seats were. This resulted in a 1 hour walk to reach our grandstand at Beausset. The Fan Zone is quite good - though not the reason we came. We came to see F1 cars at full tilt. Having seen no action on Friday, we were looking forward to FP3, but after only 5mins, it rained, and that was that. We huddled under a tree for an hour to keep dry. Qualifying was dry, and we enjoyed that. But in two whole days that we'd paid for, we had seen a grand total of 65mins of F1 cars running. Not very good value. So with Qualifying finished, we left immediately, in fear of the traffic. Of course we had our 1 hour walk back to the car first and were then in traffic jams for 3 hours until we got home. At this point, we took the very sad decision to not attempt the journey to the circuit on Sunday - for the French Grand Prix, which was the whole point of our trip. With the traffic issues we had experienced first hand, and seeing the huge numbers of other fans starting their similar experiences on social media, we could not risk missing our Sunday evening flight from Marseille back to London. So we watched the Grand Prix in a bar in Cassis. 65mins of F1 action over the course of 3 days. Very, very sad. I would just like to point out that it pains me to share this feedback. I have loved F1 since Gilles Villeneuve died over 35 years ago. It's a real passion, which my brother shares (we support Ferrari) and we were so excited about this trip. I love that Paul Ricard has been brought back on the calendar (it's a proper racetrack - but please get rid of the chicane on the Mistral straight!), but preparations seem to have been woefully inadequate. The experience we had, as you can imagine, has left us gutted. In addition to what I have shared above, I would also say that the food / drink / catering situation is a disgrace. Who wants to queue for an hour for refreshments? Why should we do that?? All in all, incredibly disappointing. I will be seeking a full refund, since I was effectively prevented from experiencing the event for which I had spent a lot of my own hard-earned money on. Paul Underhay punderhay@me.com

SEBASTIEN BENOIT

25 Juni 2018

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Horror

Parking management and parking conditions were simply HORRIBLE and inadmissible !!! Shame for the organizers ....

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