Where is the French Grand Prix location?
Paul Ricard circuit
Having become the main venue for the Grand Prix de France, the Paul Ricard circuit is the scene of the rise of the French drivers and a certain Alain Prost.
Who owns Circuit Paul Ricard?
owner Slavica Ecclestone
Unbeknownst to many, Bernie Ecclestone’s ex-wife Slavica is the proud owner of the Circuit Paul Ricard, and the 60-year-old former Croatian model has declared herself happy with her property’s development.
How do you get to the French Grand Prix?
Flights to the French Grand Prix The Paul Ricard circuit complex includes the private Le Castellet Airport. The rest of us need to fly into one of the larger airports nearby served by international carriers: The best airport to fly into is Marseille Provence (MRS), approximately 65km from Paul Ricard.
How do you become a French GP?
How do you get from spa to Belgium from UK?
One of the best and most popular ways of getting to Spa-Francorchamps from the UK is to hop on the Eurostar, departing from St. Pancras and whisking you away to the heart of the low countries in no time at all. The high speed Eurostar gets to Brussels in about 2 hours.
How many layouts does Paul Ricard have?
167 possible configurations
After the modifications in 2000-2005, the track offers 167 possible configurations from 0.826 km (0.513 mi) to the full 5.861 km (3.642 mi).
What is the commune of Le Castellet?
The commune of Le Castellet actually consists of a cluster of four villages. Boasting confusingly similar names such as Le Plan du Castellet and Sainte Anne du Castellet, they’re scattered over quite a wide area. The three satellite villages are on the plain, but the one you want to head for is Le Castellet-Village itself up on the hill.
What is Camp du Castellet?
More than a village, Le Castellet is a commune that counts on its territory the hamlets of Brûlat, Sainte Anne, Camp and Plan. Camp du Castellet dominates the plain to the Mediterranean, and allows the lovers of camping to stay in the pine forest, 15 km from the sea and near the Paul Ricard circuit. A French course with a difference!
Is Le Castellet the new F1 track in France?
Very excitingly, the Formula One race has returned to Le Castellet for an initial period of five years, starting from 2018. It was the first time France has hosted the competition in a decade (the last one was held in Magny Cours in central France in 2008). The F1 has quickly become a major tourist draw in the region.
What is Lele Castellet like to visit?
Le Castellet is very well set up for coach excursions with plenty of parking and gets taken by storm in summer by cruise visitors and day trippers from the coast. Its destination status was confirmed in 2015, when it was awarded its first star in the green Michelin tourist guide.