What to wear to F1 Paddock Club?
Whilst the answer to what to wear to F1 Paddock Club depends on what the weather is like on the day, the emphasis should always be on comfort! Loose-fitting clothes are recommended, especially at hotter races. Layers are also a good idea for races where it can be chilly in the mornings or evenings.
Every Paddock Club on the calendar has indoor, climate-controlled hospitality lounges. It is not necessary for guests to bring wet weather clothes or umbrellas, even if rain is forecast. There are also cloakroom facilities available to store coats & bags.
The Paddock Club official dress code is smart-casual. Smart jeans & tailored shorts are perfectly acceptable.
What NOT to wear to F1 Paddock Club?
NO flip-flops, beach or gym wear is allowed.
If you are lucky enough to be guests of one of the F1 Teams, UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES can other team kits be worn in their suite. Guests may be asked to leave if they do not adhere to this.
What to bring to the F1 Paddock Club?
Don’t forget your camera! A pen is also a good idea to grab autographs.
Complimentary Wi-Fi is available to all Paddock Club guests. It is likely your mobile phone may run low on battery. There are charging points for mobile phones available, however, these are limited.
Bringing a spare battery pack and/or charging cable is recommended.
What to do when you arrive?
When you arrive at the Paddock Club, please look out for the gold Formula 1 Entertainment Desk, which can be found in the Club Lounge or Garden Area. If you wish to sign up for a Track Tour or Trophy Photo, we recommend visiting the desk before heading to your hospitality suite. Track Tours, Trophy Photos and any other such experiences are bookable daily on a first-come, first-served basis. Unfortunately, we are unable to reserve any places in advance for you.
Paddock Tours can also be booked on a first-come, first-served basis directly through either your F1 Team host or EDGE representative at the race.
Pit Lane Walks do not require a booking. Please check the Paddock Club daily schedule for timings for this activity.
Once you have made your arrangements, please make your way to your hospitality suite, check in, relax, and enjoy the day!
Please Note: Australia & Singapore Paddock Clubs are run by their respective circuits, the benefits you get at these races may be different to those mentioned above.
Best way to watch a race in comfort and style?
Most Paddock Club facilities have multiple viewing options. An ever-popular choice is to watch from directly above the pit lane and team garages, with views overlooking the start/finish line.
Each Paddock Club is unique which adds to the charm for repeat guests. Some have their own dedicated grandstands, others a garden or terrace area and nearly all are spread over two or three levels, offering a range of different viewing options for guests to enjoy.
Where you watch the race itself is down to personal preference, but we do recommend taking the time to explore the club lounge areas & terraces. You may be able to see current driver or F1 legend Q&As, and spot other celebs attending the event. There will also be live cooking stations, F1 simulators, pit stop challenges, beauty treatments, cocktail bars, ice cream stalls & much more…