Baku City Circuit (BCC) is today reminding all F1 fans that discounted early bird offers, starting from $150 for 4-day tickets, for the Formula 1 Azerbaijan Grand Prix 2019 are still available to purchase online via www.bakucitycircuit.com.
The fourth successive Formula 1 race to be staged on the streets of Azerbaijan’s capital city is taking place on the weekend of April 26th – 28th 2019.
The 2018 F1 race weekend in Baku was widely recognised as one of the most dramatic and spectacular races of the season. This opinion has already been reflected by international media in their end of season awards with both The Times and The Guardian naming it as their Race of the Year.
BCC is offering fans a limited supply of special early bird discounts of 20% on the cost of all 4-day tickets, starting from as little as $150. This exciting offer will be available until January 1st2019, after which the cost of tickets will revert back to their original price.
BCC is encouraging people to act fast and book their tickets for the Formula 1 Azerbaijan Grand Prix 2019 as soon as possible while this offer is still available.
A 4-day ticket includes grandstand access to not only the three days of racing as well as all accompanying entertainment offerings but also to a special Public Pit Lane Walk on Thursday 25th April. This unique experience has proven to be a highlight for fans in the three previous races in Baku as thousands of passionate F1 followers get to enter the sport’s inner sanctum to experience the teams’ engineers and mechanics applying the finishing touches to the cars in their respective garages.
In addition to the discounted 4-day ticket offering, special ‘Junior’ tickets for children aged 2-15 will also be made available to families travelling to the event together. These can only be purchased in conjunction with an adult ticket and only in the 4-day format. Where necessary, Valid ID with proof of age will be required at point of entry.
Daily Roaming Tickets will also be on offer at full price to those preferring to watch the action from different locations on the track on various standing areas and podiums.
Discounted 4-day adult ticket prices range from US$150 – US$520 while discounted 4-day Junior tickets range from US$100 – US$370.
Daily Roaming Tickets will range from US$50- US$100.
To purchase tickets and plan your stay in Baku for the Formula 1 2019 Azerbaijan Grand Prix please visit: www.bakucitycircuit.com
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Formula 1 Azerbaijan Grand Prix 2018 Voted 2nd Best Race of the Year by F1 fans
According to a survey among 16,000 people carried out by F1.com, the Formula 1 Azerbaijan Grand Prix2018 has been voted as the second best race of the season after the United States Grand Prix, followed by the British Grand Prix.
Expectations were high in 2018 for another exciting and unpredictable race through Baku’s high-speed straights and winding, narrow streets during its new late-April setting. After a now-traditional high octane start, the race appeared to be settling into a familiar pattern with Sebastian Vettel seemingly heading for an uneventful victory. However, with 11 laps to go the two Red Bull drivers, Daniel Ricciardo and Max Verstappen collided in controversial circumstances heading into Turn 1 before Haas’s Romain Grosjean inexplicably slammed into a wall while the safety car was out. When the dust settled, it was Valtteri Bottas who led the race, with Vettel dropping back to fourth after an ambitious but unsuccessful move to retake the lead. However, the streets of Baku had one more surprise left when Bottas was forced to abandon certain victory when his car sustained a puncture caused by debris left on the track. Somehow, Lewis Hamilton ended up taking victory ahead of Ferrari’s Kimi Raikkonen and a jubilant Sergio Perez in his Force India – the Mexican’s second podium in three years in Baku. Another thrilling battle on the streets of Baku that lived up to its pre-race hype to always expect the unexpected.
The top 5 races of last season as voted for by F1.com fans: