Formula 1 Spanish Grand Prix 2023: 3-Day Pass
Witness the exciting 2023 Formula 1 Season at the Barcelona Grand Prix and get the chance to see all three days of action, from circuit opening to closing.
From Jun 2 to 4, watch the adrenaline-inducing Formula 1 races from start to finish!
With 9 unique grandstands to choose from, select seats to your viewing preference of the expansive track.
Enjoy access to practice sessions and, of course, the ultimate Race Day.
Watch the race closely with TVs and viewing screens set up opposite most grandstands.
Fun Fact: With a capacity of over 140,000 Circuit de Catalunya Barcelona has served as the home to the Spanish Grand Prix since 2007.
3-day access pass for Jun 2, 3 and 4
Access to all free practice sessions (Fri)
Access to Qualifying Day (Sat)
Access to Race Day (Sun)
Access to TV wall
These tickets can't be cancelled or rescheduled.
about the stands
about the stands
Grandstand A: This grandstand is located between Turns 1 and 2 and is a superb location to witness early overtaking opportunities.
Grandstand L: Situation with a stunning view high up on the hill near the 70km/h left-hand hairpin, this stand is great to witness overtaking. Watch the drivers steer smoothly in the midfield between Turn 3 and Turn 5, and notice them through the overtaking zone at the end of the straight.
Grandstand C: Here, get good views of the entire stadium section and a direct view of the Europcar corner. At this grandstand, you'll be able to see the pit entrance and the final corner of the circuit.
Grandstand E: Located close to the first Elf corner at the end of the pit straight, watch the cars brake heavily and attempt to overtake each other. This grandstand offers views of Turns 5 to 7 on the opposite side of the track.
Grandstand G: This Grandstand is one of the largest stands at the circuit and offers a good view of the entire stadium section from the exit of the La Caixa hairpin through the Europcar corner. It also offers a seat-back style with a large screen view to ensure you don't miss a second of the action.
Grandstand H: Located in the stadium area in the Northern section of the circuit, this grandstand is directly in front of the RAAC chicane. It offers a view of the final New Holland corner as well as the pit entry.
Grandstand J: This Grandstand overlooks one of the fastest sections of the track towards the end of the start/finish straight. Watch cars reach an astounding 240km/h in top gear and get a view of the iconic scoreboard tower and the pit lane exit.
Grandstand K: Located towards the end of one of the fastest straights in F1, this grandstand is perfect for lovers of speed. Watch cars charge down the main straight past the iconic scoreboard tower at the pit lane exit and hard braking action before the right-hander at Turn 1. You'll also be able to see Turns 2 and 3 and across the infield to Turns 6 and 7.
Grandstand N: Situated between Turns 8 and 9, this Grandstand offers impressive views down the back straight. It wraps around the outside of Turn 9 or the Campsa Corner which exits onto the back straight. This corner is critical for drivers to get right and is a great spot to see the effects of aerodynamic downforce in action.
Grandstand Main: Situated in a privileged position on the start/finish line, choose between the Lower Main Grandstand and Upper Main Grandstand to get exceptional views of the main straight. From here, you will be able to enjoy the pre-race action, the preparations on the grid, and the podium ceremony. This grandstand is located in front of one the the fastest straights in all of F1, so get ready to see and hear the cars performing at the limit.
barcelona grand prix
barcelona grand prix
The Circuit de Catalunya track is a beautiful circuit set amidst rolling hills. In addition to 13 partially covered grandstands with numbered seating, there are several grass areas where you can stand, and bring your own umbrellas and picnic baskets.
All the grandstands and general admission areas offer views of big screens, where you can watch the race outside of your field of vision, and there is also infrastructure such as toilets and catering areas. Get set for 3 days of high-octane spectating.
Day 1: Jun 2
1:30pm to 2:30pm & 5pm to 6pm
Watch the drivers test out the tracks by driving around in two 90-minute Practice Sessions. This not only helps them get a feel for the track but also gauges any necessary adjustments their vehicle might need.
Day 2: Jun 3
12:30pm to 1:30pm & 4pm to 5pm
On this day, the Qualifying Race will determine the line-up of the final race. The drivers compete for the most coveted pole position. It takes place in three sessions eliminating the 5 slowest drivers each time until the pole position is decided.
Day 3: Jun 4
This is the culmination of this weekend and the main event of the Formula 1 Grand Prix. The driver with the fastest lap time in the Q3 qualifying session that takes place the day before will start the race in the coveted pole position. In this race that can last anywhere between 2 to 4 hours, drivers compete to win and zoom past the finish line before their opponents.
know before you go
know before you go
- It's recommended to carry earplugs or noise-canceling headphones to protect your hearing from the loud race cars.
Day 1: Jun 2, 2023
Practice Session 1: 1:30pm to 2:30pm
Practice Session 2: 5pm to 6pm
Day 2: Jun 3, 2023
Practice Session 3: 12:30pm to 1:30pm
Qualifying: 4pm to 5pm
Day 3: Jun 4, 2023
- Race Day: 3pm onwards
Note: All timings mentioned are according to track time.
You will receive your e-tickets via email within 72 hours from the time of the event.
Display the voucher on your mobile phone with a valid photo ID at the attraction.
Ticket Redemption Point
Show your ticket at Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya.
Address: Carrer Mas Moreneta, s/n, 08160, Barcelona, Spain.
Get Directions to the Redemption Point
The closest bus stop is Circuit de Catalunya. It is a quick 1-minute walk to the attraction.
Board bus 370 to get you there.