Five Great Places to Watch F1 Racing

F1 racing is one of the most exhilarating sports to watch, with cars reaching speeds in excess of two hundred miles per hour. But where are the best places to watch it?

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USA
Set in the hills just outside Austin, Texas, the Circuit of The Americas has hosted the US Grand Prix since 2012. This circuit will seem familiar to many F1 aficionados, as many of its corners mimic those of other, more established, F1 circuits. If you’re planning on staying for a few days, Austin is widely regarded as America’s coolest city, and you’ll find plenty of nightlife and restaurants to keep you entertained.

Canada
Part of a three-day festival, the F1 Grand Prix in Canada is held at the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve on Ile Notre-Dame in Montreal. One of the most popular circuits among drivers, they complete seventy laps of the track, which includes three tight hairpin bends at corners fifteen, twenty-one and twenty-four. These corners provide some of the most exhilarating spectator spots.

If you don’t have the budget to jet off to some far-flung destination to watch F1, according to Digital Trends there are plenty of places online to stream it live.

Monaco
One of the most iconic and best-known of the F1 circuits, it remains one of the most sought-after venues for spectators to watch the sport. If you really want to push the boat out and watch the F1 in style, why not get tickets for the F1 Paddock Club Monaco? Tickets give you exclusive access to VIP areas and are guaranteed to provide you with an experience you will never forget. Companies such as Edge Global Events for F1 Paddock Club Monaco are official distributors and can create a tailored package for you.

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Italy
One of the fastest tracks on the circuit and just outside sophisticated Milan, views at the Italian F1 can be limited in places by trees, but head for the stands at Variante del Rettifilo to get a close-up of the cars as they brake for the chicane.

Singapore
As the only F1 race to take place at night, the Singapore Grand Prix takes the viewing experience to a whole different level. The Marina Bay course is one of only four street circuits, and the dramatic skyline only adds to the sense of occasion.