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F1 Brazil 2023 – Paddock Club

F1 Brazil 2023 – Paddock Club

Ultimate Race Experience - Exclusive and extraordinary in every way!

Included in this package:

  • Paddock Club™ Seating (3-Days)
  • Paddock Club™ Hospitality (3-Days)
  • Exclusive Activities and Extras
Brazilian Grand Prix – São Paulo 2023

Interlagos Circuit

03 - 05 November 2023

Buy your official Paddock Club Package for the Brazilian Grand Prix 2023, including 3-days Paddock Club Seating, Paddock Club Hospitality and exclusive access behind the scenes.



F1® Experiences Paddock Club Package – F1 Brazil 2023 from Friday 3 till Sunday 5 november 2023

Get fully immersed in the world of FORMULA 1 in Sao Paolo with official F1 Experiences Paddock Club packages for the 2023 Brazilian Grand Prix. Experience world class hospitality in the Paddock Club where you enjoy a special VIP treatment. If you want to get closer to FORMULA 1 than ever before, this is your chance!

F1 Brazil 2021 – Paddock Club Package Inclusions *

  • FORMULA 1 Paddock Club Seating (3-Days)
    3-Day Race Ticket (Fri-Sun)
    Located above the Team Garages on the Main Straight, Covered – Hospitality
  • FORMULA 1 Paddock Club Hospitality (2 or 3-Day) Video
    Enjoy gourmet hospitality, bars offering beer, wine and champagne, F1 driver appearances and more
  • Paddock Club Pit Lane Walk (Daily)
    A chance to walk down the pit lane and take photos of the teams working on the cars
  • Guided Paddock Access (1-Day) Video
    A guided tour of the FORMULA 1 Paddock where you can watch teams and drivers interact
  • Exclusive Extras
    Pair of Ear Plugs, Race Programme, VIP Parking available upon request
  • F1® Experiences Rewards

*Programming and Experiences are subject to change based on local health and safety guidelines at the time of the event. FORMULA 1 media, driver and legend appearances may be hosted in-person.

Accommodation F1 Brazil

  • Accommodation can be booked on request.


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Local Travel Guide

Travel documents

The document must be valid for a minimum of 6 months upon arrival in Brazil and contain at least one blank page.


Please check with your national authorities whether you do need a VISA to enter Brazil. For several countries, a visa is not required for a tourist stay of up to 90 days. Please note: the information regarding the validity of passport and visa is subject to significant change. Always consult the latest information via the Brazilian Embassy.

Mains voltage and sockets

The official socket type in Brazil is type N (standard NBR 14136), which is used only in Brazil. These sockets have three round holes and are grounded. They are often also suitable for the type C flat plug that we are familiar with. However, always pay attention to the voltage, which in Sao Paulo is equal to 127 V.


Bring light, large amounts of linen with you. A raincoat or poncho can come in handy during a downpour. Also pack a (fleece) sweater or cardigan for the cooler evenings. For the nightlife and more expensive restaurants, smart clothing is required.

Essential are sunglasses, a hat or cap and sunscreen.


The official currency in Brazil is the Brazilian Real (BRL) – often symbols such as R $.

Debit card

Bank cards and credit cards are accepted in many places, but not everywhere.

Brazil has sufficient ATMs and a reasonable number of POS terminals in the cities and regions; beyond that, the number of machines is small.

Keep in mind that ATMs are often located in areas that are closed in the evening and at night for security reasons

Using a bank card is usually cheaper than using a credit card. If the bank of credit card company charges a huge amount, frequent use of a debit card (both debit and credit card) is not recommended for small amounts.

Drinking water

Only bottled and tap water in hotels that are clearly labeled as drinking water can be used safely. For example, if you want to wash vegetables or fruit with tap water, you must first boil the water.


Only eat well-cooked meat and fish, cooked vegetables and peeled fruit.


Vaccinations are not mandatory for Brazil – but a DTP vaccination and protection against hepatitis A are recommended.


Wear protective clothing and use an insect repellent on exposed skin, preferably with DEET. Also use a mosquito net to sleep under