07 June 2019 11:19
With two bank holidays and some great weather, summer may have arrived in the UK in May, but here at Motorsport Live we haven’t been putting our feet up. May saw exciting new products, new ticketing options, and a podcast interview with Eric Boullier no less. Get up to speed on all our latest news and developments
Motorsport Live takes a look back at what May brought in terms of new racing experiences.
Brand new and launching today on Motorsport Live is a Dinner with David Coulthard. Taking place on Thursday 11 July, the eve of the British GP, the dinner takes place at Red Bull Racing’s brand-new MK-7 centre. In the first of a brand-new series of events for Red Bull Racing, a sparkling wine reception is followed by a delicious three course meal, surrounded by a selection of Red Bull Racing’s favourite racing machines. David Coulthard will then talk all things F1 and take part in a lively audience driven Q&A. This fantastic night out for motorsport fans starts from £330per person. For more information and to book click here.
The iconic Formula 1 Japanese Formula1 race is now on sale, completing our 2019 range offering. Click here for more information. You can now also register your interest for the soon to be released, new for 2020 Formula 1 race events in Hanoi (Vietnam) and Zandvoort (Holland).
Not to be out done tickets for the Japanese MotoGP are also now available. For more information and to purchase tickets for this classic race click here. Valencia has just released an additional 9,000 additional tickets, to support demand in the ever-popular season concluding race. New tickets include the addition of the popular Straight Grandstand on the start-finish line, and extensions to existing grandstand around the circuit. For more information on all ticket options for this race, click here.
As an advance warning, our current discount period for the Czech Republic MotoGP will be coming to an end on the 30 June. Buy before this date to secure yourself a 20% discount. Click here to see all ticketing options and to buy today.
Going to the French F1 GP in a couple of weeks?
The French Grand Prix has just announced a series of helicopter shuttle options available from £239 per person per trip. Whether you’re looking to add something extra special to your trip, or looking to simply avoid the traffic, helicopter transfers are available from Marseille, Le Castellet or La Celle. Free parking is provided at the heliports, and a private car will drop you into the the circuit. Or more information and to add this to your experience, click here for more information.
Still considering whether to go to the French GP? As a Motorsport Live newsletter subscriber, receive a 20% discount on all general admission and grandstand tickets purchased. To receive your discount simply use the promo code FRENCH20 upon checkout. To see all ticketing options for the French Grand Prix view here.