The Champions Club: A Unique Experience in F1 Hospitality

In the exhilarating realm of F1, Edge Global Events takes pride in offering a range of hospitality experiences tailored to diverse preferences and budgets. Among these, the Champions Club stands out, offering aficionados a distinctive and memorable experience.

Champions Club: The Secondary Jewel in F1 Hospitality

When it comes to F1 hospitality, there is a clear hierarchy, with the Paddock Club traditionally being regarded as the pinnacle. It offers the utmost in luxury, from prime location views to gourmet dining options, reflecting its premium status in both offerings and price.

However, recognising the need for a high-quality yet more affordable alternative, the Champions Club was introduced. When comparing F1 Champions Club vs Paddock Club, it’s a step down in terms of exclusivity and offerings, but it by no means compromises on the quality of experience it delivers.

A Glimpse into the Champions Club

Delving deeper into the offerings of the Champions Club, several key features showcase its allure. From captivating views to immersive interactions with the sport’s heartbeat, coupled with a gastronomic journey and an emphasis on accessible luxury, here’s what the Champions Club brings to the table:

Captivating Views

The Champions Club ensures fans are placed at the heart of the action. Depending on the circuit, locations are handpicked to provide enthusiasts with enthralling views, ensuring every twist, turn, and overtaking manoeuvre is experienced in its full glory.

Engaging Interactions

Beyond just the races, the Champions Club provides a unique opportunity to engage more deeply with the sport. Fans can enjoy insider access to the F1 Paddock, get opportunities to meet drivers, and engage with personalities that shape the world of F1.

Exquisite Gastronomy

The Champions Club promises a gastronomic journey to match the excitement on the track. Each menu is curated to ensure that the culinary experience complements the thrilling on-track events, offering a diverse range of gourmet food and beverages.

An Accessible Touch of Luxury

The Champions Club stands as a testament to the belief that luxury should be within reach of many F1 enthusiasts. Every feature, from viewing spots to curated events, ensures guests are given a lavish experience without an extravagant price tag.

Concluding Thoughts

The Champions Club carves its unique space in the world of F1 hospitality. For those keen on an immersive and luxurious F1 experience that offers value for money, this is an unparalleled choice. Book your Champions Club package with Edge Global Events today and prepare for a Grand Prix journey that’s nothing short of extraordinary.

Highlighted Champions Club Packages

As the current F1 season races forward, Edge Global Events is delighted to present some of our standout Champions Club packages designed to elevate your Grand Prix experience:

  • Dutch Grand Prix: Dive into the rich racing heritage of the Netherlands at the Circuit Zandvoort. The Champions Club Zandvoort package immerses fans in the heart of the dunes, offering an unparalleled view of the track’s iconic banked corners.
  • US Grand Prix (Austin): Experience the fusion of high-octane racing and Texan charm at the Circuit of the Americas in Austin. The US Champions Club package ensures fans don’t miss a moment of the action from strategically placed viewing spots.
  • Mexican Grand Prix: Engage with the passionate spirit of Mexican motorsports at the Autódromo Hermanos Rodríguez. The Champions Club Mexico package places fans in the thick of the vibrant Mexico City atmosphere, offering a unique view of the track’s famed stadium section.

To immerse yourself in the heart of the action and ensure a luxurious F1 experience, make sure to secure your Champions Club package soon.

Luxury Unleashed: The Twenty3 Experience at Singapore Grand Prix

The Singapore Grand Prix is a spectacle like no other, a night race that illuminates the city and thrills spectators with its high-speed action. But what if you could elevate this experience even further? Enter the Twenty3 hospitality package, a luxurious offering that promises an unforgettable Grand Prix weekend.

Prime Location and Viewing

Located at the track’s final turn, Twenty3 offers a prime viewing position. From here, guests can enjoy stellar views of the finish line, podium, and post-race fireworks, all set against the stunning backdrop of Marina Bay. But the Twenty3 experience goes beyond just the race.

A Gastronomic Journey

As you step into the 3,000 sqm facility, you’re greeted by a world of splendour. The package includes access to three award-winning restaurants, where you can savour tantalising gastronomic fare crafted by world-renowned chefs. The culinary journey doesn’t stop there, with alfresco dining at the Bay Terrace and a dessert arena offering some of the trendiest sweet treats.

Premium Beverage Selection

The Twenty3 package also ensures that your glass is never empty. Specialty bars offer a free-flow of champagne, wine, cocktails, premium spirits, beers, and soft drinks. Whether you’re a fan of craft cocktails or prefer a classic glass of champagne, Twenty3 has you covered.

Entertainment and Access

But Twenty3 isn’t just about food and drink. The package includes access to all zones within the Circuit Park and the concerts on the Padang Stage. You can dance the night away at the Apex Lounge, where a resident DJ spins the hottest club hits. Or you can relax and enjoy the race from one of the multiple viewing galleries, all offering excellent views of the track.

Convenience at Its Best

The Twenty3 experience is also about convenience. The package includes a two-way ferry service, allowing you to arrive in style. And once you’re there, you can enjoy complimentary rides on the Singapore Flyer, subject to availability.


In conclusion, the Twenty3 hospitality package offers an unparalleled Grand Prix experience. It combines prime race viewing with top-tier dining, entertainment, and convenience, all in a luxurious setting. If you’re looking to watch the Singapore Grand Prix in style, F1 Twenty3 is the way to go.

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…

2022 Austrian Grand Prix Blog

Who is the unluckiest man in F1 so far this season? Few would argue that Charles Leclerc tops the list. Prior to Austria, Leclerc has lost a winning position four times out of the previous five races (all through no fault of his own). In the fifth race, the Canadian GP, Leclerc started at the back of the grid (again due to engine problems).

The Monegasque driver would be forgiven for thinking it was not going to happen for him this year, but the stars aligned at Spielberg and he came home with a dominant and much needed victory. But even the final few laps of this race caused undue worry for the Scuderia. A sticking throttle on Leclerc’s car allowed Max Verstappen to close the gap and put pressure on, when up until that point the Red Bull looked soundly beaten. That’s the thing about Ferrari isn’t it? They have a very quick car, but reliability and/or strategy calls are becoming a concern at every race.

Credit where it’s due though, Leclerc put in a sterling display and absolutely deserved this victory. He said afterwards: “Every win is special, but this one feels just amazing. The last 15 laps were on the limit with the issue we had, but we brought it home.”

The powers that be at Marenello must still be scratching their heads though, not least because of Carlos Sainz’ dramatic retirement from the race with his car bursting into a ball of flames. The Spaniard was as perplexed as anyone in his race summary, saying: “It’s difficult to find the right words today, as it was clear that a one-two was pretty straightforward… The car felt really good on track until we obviously had the issue and we had to retire.”

Red Bull had a quiet race (for them), which was not helped by Sergio Perez’ retirement following a collision with George Russell on lap 1. Try as he might, Checo’s car sustained too much damage for him to be competitive. Max Verstappen would surely have been giving it his all with thousands of his fans packed into the circuit, but he was never able to mount a serious challenge to Leclerc and he had to settle for second place. Verstappen was honest with his race assessment, he said: “We were just a bit too slow today, we were doing the best we could with the strategy but the Ferraris were extremely fast.”

Step by step, Mercedes have been creeping back to where they believe they should be. It was a disastrous start to the weekend for the Silver Arrows in Austria, with both cars sustaining heavy damage during Qualifying. They persevered though and can be proud of their points haul from the weekend. Andrew Shovlin summed up the teams’ feelings, commenting: “It’s been a very tough weekend in the garage but very satisfying to come away with third and fourth positions.”

Haas seem to be consistently punching above their weight these days and the same was true at Red Bull Ring. Few would have predicted a P6 finish for Mick Schumacher with Kevin Magnussen not far behind in P8. This was an amazing effort and even had Gunther Steiner smiling. He said afterwards: “A fantastic result for the team today with a double-points finish and back in P7 in the championship. There was one little issue with Kevin’s engine, but everything went as perfect as it can be. Thanks to the whole team for a big effort.”

The pecking order between the middle order teams will have taken a few people by surprise this year. Alfa Romeo started strongly but had a disappointing weekend. They have lost ground on McLaren and Alpine. The pressure is now mounting on Alfa with Haas now only 17 points behind. Alpha Tauri and Aston Martin will be looking to have their say too and we anticipate some stellar racing as we near the halfway point of the season.

Next up on the F1 roadshow is France. Le Castellet is renowned for being long, hot and unforgiving. In theory this is a track which should play to Ferrari’s strengths, but will they suffer more reliability issues? If you would like to join us at a race later this year, please call +44 (0)207 107 1640 or email