Accessible ticketing is available to offer anyone who is 80% or over permanently disabled and holds a mobility inclusion ID the opportunity to attend the French Grand Prix.
In order to offer every visitor an unrivalled event-day experience, specific ticket types are on sale:
- for wheelchair users
- for impaired spectators (walking disability, visual or hearing impairment and debilitating diseases).
Should the mobility ID bear the mention of a companion need, a 50% discount will be offered for up to one companion. Other potential companions will be charged the regular rate, or 6-12 yo children rate in grandstands where it is applicable.
A complimentary parking pass will be offered and must be confirmed at the time of ticket booking.
- Step 1: Click on one of the two offers below
- Step 2: Select the desired zone (Grandstand or General Admission)
- Step 3: Add a ticket with the title IMPAIRED PERSON or REDUCED MOBILITY according to your situation and then a ticket with the title IMP COMPANION or WH COMPANION, if the mention “accompanying need” is written on your mobility inclusion card. (only one Impaired Person or Reduced Mobility ticket and only one Imp Companion or WH Companion ticket per order)
- Step 3a: If you come in groups, you can add additional places with the mention “ADDL IMP COMPANION” or “ADDL WH COMPANION” to your cart.
- Step 4: At the cart step, you are invited to reserve a free of charge parking pass depending on your disability, giving you access to the car park within the circuit. NB: If you do not subscribe to this parking ticket, when you reach the circuit, you will be redirected to the nearest parking area outside the circuit.
- Step 5: Once your payment has been validated, the ticketing service of the GIP Grand Prix de France – Le Castellet will check the content of your order and your supporting document. Please upload your supporting document (front and back) in your account. If the order is not in conformity, the service will contact you to regularise the situation
A wheelchair accessible platform will be available in the Le Beausset zone, with wheelchair spaces and companion seats.
An area has been reserved for wheelchair in the general admission area close to the Sainte-Baume cluster.
Grandstand seats in the Gold, Silver and Bronze categories have been reserved for impaired spectators who do not require a wheelchair. These seats are of easier access, close to the staircases and with a limited number of stairs to climb.