Our exclusive VIP hospitality at São Paulo begins before you get to the track! Both our helicopter transfers and road transfers will take you directly from the hotel, to the inside of the circuit and to the VIP viewing, ideal for the ladies if you want to wear those killer heels!
There are few facilities in the world with such a spectacular view, the exit of turn 3, the entire infield sector until the last corner and even then onto the start/finish straight - in total there are 8 corners visible with the cars in view for more than 3/4's of the lap, you'll also get a first-hand view of the Pitlane when we visit on Saturday & Sunday. (GPA exclusive!)
The facility is fully covered, with an open bar serving wine, beer, champagne, spirits and soft drinks, there is also a delicious breakfast served and gourmet buffet luncheon. There is a fun atmosphere inside with lots of simulators for you to try your skill, a photo-booth, exclusive privatised shopping area selling al team merchandise (including an awesome Senna stand) private washrooms and plasma screens everywhere - including the seating area. During the race, we have wait staff bring refreshments so you miss none of the racing action - unless you need a pit-stop of your own!
As viewing facilities go, this is one of the best we go to the entire season, as atmospheres go, there's nowhere in the world quite like it.
The colours, the music, the elaborate carnival headdresses, the climate, the abundance of nature... stunning beaches, growing centres of culture and christened by early sailors the 'Land of Parrots'. It feels new and yet primal. Then there is São Paulo where the Grand Prix is held and it is an exciting, vibrant and increasingly multi-cultural city and a wonderful location to enjoy the thrills and spills of the Formula 1 Racing Event.
For more about Brazil and the Grand Prix please go here, it makes an interesting read.
Dates: Thursday 23rd May - Sunday 26th May 2019 - Please call us at Grand Prix Adventures on 01382 480 077 if you are interested in going to the iconic Grand Prix in Monaco and if you want to read more about what is on offer then visit our Monaco GP Packages page, we would love to hear from you soon.
Nico Rosberg may have won, but the fans were cheering for Vettel of Ferrari who came in a respectable third. Rosberg tried to win the crowd over by speaking Italian and singing to the them, but his efforts only received a mixed response at best! That is 2 races in a row that the German has been booed at when he stood up to receive the winning trophy.
Lewis Hamilton has a terrible start and falls back to 6th in the first few seconds. Rosberg, Vettel and Räikkönen head into the first 3 positions respectively and not much changes apart from the comeback from Lewis. It seems that Lewis is still having starting problems at the grid and this could see him lose the championship.
For more on the race please go to our news page on the Monza.
BRING ON SINGAPORE!!! in less than 2 weeks!
The Belgium Grand Prix got off to a chaotic start with 2 Ferraris and the favourite amongst the locals, Max Verstappen`s Red Bull damaged at the first corner. This helped Lewis Hamilton gallop up the leaderboard and finally finish 3rd, great effort!
Renault's Kevin Magnussen violently crashed out at 180mph leaving him having to go to hospital for a check up, but thankfully he was ok and will be ready to battle it out again in Monza.
For more on the race in Spa.
We've now passed the halfway point of the season; Lewis Hamilton's frustrating start is a distance memory - the last 7 races turning things around - leaving his previously unstoppable Mercedes teammate Nico Rosberg to do the title chasing. See our new page to read more about the GP in Germany.
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This hotel has a fantastic location near to the famous and stunning Iguassu Waterfalls and the hotel has just been refurbished.
Luxury 5 star hotel located on the world renowned Copacabana Beach with a range of rooms overlooking the beach and only 8km from Suger Loaf Mountain.