Following conditions apply for the added benefit of ease of mind whilst securing your tickets for your next Grand Prix racing weekend. The added benefits are a consequence of global uncertainty regarding travel and admission in 2021. If need arises, we will look to extend this special cover to 2022 as well!
For added peace of mind in uncertain times, all 2021 Official Formula One Tickets & Experiences from Race Experiences include a 100% Transfer Guarantee. This special 2021 policy extends to all F1 Experiences Ticket Packages, Formula 1 Paddock Club Passes & Team Hospitality Packages as well!
Should your purchase be impacted by a Force Majeure Event (defined as circumstances beyond the reasonable control of Race Experiences), Race Experiences will provide you with a 100% credit towards the next edition of the same race or any Race Experiences-activated event in the same season. There is no need to consider added insurances for your purchased tickets as we cover this for you as an integral part of our premium service.
If you purchase general admission or grandstand tickets, the following purchase conditions of the circuit will apply (conditions in English):
Please find an example of the F1 Experiences 2021 terms here.
Here you will find the Paddock Club T&C’s (from Article 13). For the Paddock Club and Team Hospitality ticket packages, a Paddock Club Book with Confidence Policy 2021 applies up to and including the Hungarian Grand Prix of 2021. Click on the link above to open the conditions. In summary, the Paddock Club offers you the following guarantees:
Read the full Paddock Club COVID19 Addendum here. As a result of the pandemic still affecting the world in early 2021, the capacity of the Paddock Club has been reduced by 50% for this racing season. On site, this means a smaller group of VIPs, making it easier to comply with health & safety precautions. Unfortunately, this also means that the number of places in the Paddock Club / Team Hospitality has become even scarcer. These premium tickets were already limited as a number of orders from 2020 had been rolled over to 2021.