The Formula One Grand Prix is the pinnacle of world Motorsports. Known as the high octane theatre on wheels, the Formula 1 GP
takes place in 21 marvelous cities over five different continents. Millions of viewers across the world tune in throughout
race weekends, but nothing can beat experiencing the excitement and intensity live at the race track.
Make the most of your cruise holiday with this guide for six of the best Grand Prix available by cruise.
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Singapore F1 Grand Prix – Marina Bay Street Circuit
Race Date: 18 September 2016
Singapore is the tropical island city state, located off the southern tip of Malaysia. This eclectic city is famed for its style, cuisine and spectacular skylines that bring the country to life.
Singapore’s introduction into the Formula 1 calendar made history in 2008, when it became this first grand prix to take place at night. As this circuit continues to thrill audiences around the world and test drivers to the limit, this spectacular night race is here to stay.
The Singapore Grand Prix is held on a street circuit that rivals the very best, with the city's famous skyline providing a truly amazing backdrop.
Singapore has swiftly established itself as one of the most dramatic and atmospheric races on the calendar. With its wide, twisty and notoriously bumpy roads, racers have to be good or very bold and challenge for the lead.
The event is labelled as more than just a motor race, but a national festival. This is true in every essence; you must come and see this great spectacle for yourself.
Race Date: 27 November 2016
Abu Dhabi is the lavish cutting edge capital city of the UAE, situated on an Island in the Persian Gulf. The brand new Yas Marina Circuit is an amazing spectacle, and a world class destination for the ultimate F1 experience..
The introduction of Abu Dhabi's Yas Marina circuit has launched the nation on a global sporting stage. The breath-taking architecture and state-of-the-art facilities are truly a sight to behold.
Off the track, the excitement and entertainment continues in Abu Dhabi. With the glamour of Monaco but with a unique Arabian backdrop, the Yas Marina circuit definitely brings a unique edge to Formula One.
The race venue's offers unparalleled facilities. Set on the Yas Marina harbour that home to super yachts and the new Ferrari World theme park and a five-star hotel which lights up and changes colour at night.
The Abu Dhabi Grand Prix is the penultimate race of the F1 calendar, so spectators can expect a magnificent finale event full of action with drivers aiming to impress, and enjoy their last race of the season.
Race Date: 14 May 2017
Barcelona is a delightful Mediterranean city and capital of Catalunya. The city boasts one of the world’s most instantly recognisable skylines, and is filled with boundless culture, historical treasures, sun kissed beaches and world famous cuisine.
Exploring this fine city is easy and convenient, and is certainly no stranger to great sporting events, as it is home to the dazzling Spanish Grand Prix. The Spanish Grand Prix is the traditional curtain-raiser to kick off the European race season, and it does so in style. The race has become a staple in the F1 calendar, with the first race being held over a century ago in 1913.
Fuelled with action at every corner, this track is famed for producing spectacular races and nail biting finishes. You can expect all drivers to be battling to win the coveted crown of champion of Spain.
The Barcelona-Catalunya race circuit is located approximately 30 minutes outside of the bustling city centre in Montmelo, and is accessible via Train, Bus transfer or hire car from the city centre.
Race Date: 29 May 2016
Monaco may be the world’s second smallest country, but it is definitely the world’s most extravagant. Located on the sunny French Riviera, Monaco is famous for its dazzling harbour, elegant Belle Epoque casino, lavish restaurants and royal monarchy.
The Monaco GP remains the crown jewel of the F1 calendar. Its glitz and glamour, stunning backdrops, renowned history and revered principality make it Formula Ones most glamorous event.
The excitement of the Grand Prix hits fever pitch when race day in Monaco comes around. The thrilling action on the track is matched by the exciting party atmosphere taking place around it.
The Monaco GP has been a fixture on the calendar since 1929. The street circuit takes six weeks to set up prior to the race weekend, and is set along the Principality's famous streets that exude timeless charm.
The circuit is famed for its narrow unforgiving track and the difficulty of overtaking. Race goers can expect a thrilling race which every driver dreams winning. Past winners of this race include: Moss, Hill, Senna, Schumacher and Hamilton.