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Formula 1 Racing for Summer 2024

Ready, Set, Go! Join us at the Track for an Exciting Summer of Formula 1 Racing!

It has been a great start to another year of racing excellence among the world’s best. Summer is by far our favorite season for Formula 1 racing. We’ll highlight many reasons as we look at the schedule ahead.

The season thus far has certainly helped to keep our fleet of Gulfstreams busy crisscrossing the world between the United States, Asia, and the Middle East. It has been an absolute privilege for us to continue to play a part in getting racegoers to grand prix race weekends around the globe.

With continued growth of the sport, we’re gearing up to meet the demand for another busy summer of Formula 1 racing. Let’s take a look at the summer schedule and discuss highlights of some of our favorite race weekend destinations!

Spain: June 21-23

The Spanish Grand Prix in Barcelona kicks off the summer schedule in what is perhaps the perfect blend of racing excitement, excellent weather, and cultural immersion. For American racegoers, Barcelona makes for a perfect weekend getaway; just a short hop across the North Atlantic.

The Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya track layout seamlessly blends high speed intensity and low speed technical cornering. It’s one of our favorite venues for action-packed racing.

The racetrack lies a mere 15 minutes outside the beautiful Barcelona city center. If there’s one thing we really like about certain circuits like Barcelona, it’s the proximity of the racetrack to the host city’s cultural hub.

Austria: June 28-30

Qatar Airways will host the second grand prix of the summer in beautiful Austria. We strongly advise making this grand prix an entire weeklong trip, if possible.

Red Bull Ring, as the track is now known, is another excellent blend of high speed sectors that tie into beautifully designed center field technical corners. The racetrack is touted as being one of the most scenic venues within the summer lineup.

The “Nord” Grandstand VIP box is the perfect vantage point from which to take in the excitement of this grand prix.

When you’re not out at the racetrack, the city of Spielberg and surrounding countryside make for the perfect weeklong getaway. The Central Eastern Alps are perfect for all levels of hiking and outdoor activities.

Great Britain: July 5-7

Silverstone circuit is an absolute classic for true Formula 1 enthusiasts. Will there be rain? Who’s to say? As far as weather goes, this grand prix is hit or miss, but a fun one to take part in, nonetheless.

Hometown heroes like Lewis Hamilton, Lando Norris and George Russel help to draw in huge crowds of supportive fans that turn this race weekend into an electric atmosphere. Race fans have plenty of stay options surrounding the grand prix weekend.

The city of Oxford is 50 minutes southwest of the racetrack and our favorite choice for activities surrounding the grand prix weekend. Northampton is 30 minutes to the north. Birmingham is relatively close by, just an hour drive northwest from the track.

Hungary: July 19-21

The Hungarian Grand Prix takes place right outside of beautiful Budapest in Hungary. This is our favorite grand prix for a mix of racing and nightlife.

Budapest, if you’ve never been, is a city chock full of things to enjoy, especially during the grand prix. Hungaroring is an exciting circuit for Formula 1 racing. Often likened to a high speed karting track, Hungaroring features a long zig-zagging pattern between turns 5 and 11.

Before you go, just know that this grand prix weekend is typically a HOT one, so dress accordingly. Luxurious hotels, exquisite dining, plus high rolling and eclectic nightclubs are sure to pack in many fellow racegoers.

Belgium: July 26-28

The Rolex Belgian Grand Prix is hosted in the quaint country city of Spa. Spa is known to be rainy during the grand prix weekend and, as such, generates a lot of buzz within the racing community.

There’s almost always a good story that emerges from a race weekend in Spa. Formula 1 drivers consistently count Spa among their favorites, with high speed corners and dramatic elevation changes throughout the track.

You can stay right in the heart of the action in Spa. Do be warned that the small size of the city lends itself to limited availability in the city’s best hotels. We try to reserve our hotel rooms early whenever we decide to attend the Belgian Grand Prix.

Netherlands: August 23-25

The final summer 2024 grand prix is certainly not the least. Formula 1 racing teams and race fans will descend upon Amsterdam for an unforgettable end to summer racing. This race in particular will draw a wider audience of private jet setters, since Amsterdam Airport Schiphol has the most capacity for air traffic.

The Heineken Dutch Grand Prix at Circuit Zandvoort features large sweeping turns with impressive bank angles up to 18 degrees, which keeps the drivers operating their machines closer to the top end for much longer than they would at other circuits.

The VIP box locations around this track are top notch for race viewing and luxurious amenities that race fans can enjoy. The Heineken beer will be flowing as freely as the track and coupled with all the race excitement and massive crowds, and good times are sure to be flowing as well.

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