Friday 28th April- Practice
Saturday 29th April- Qualifying
Sunday 30th April- Race
Location: Baku City Circuit, Baku, Azerbaijan
Race start time: 15:00 (51 laps)
Circuit Length: 6.003 KM
Few cities in the world are changing as quickly as Baku and nowhere else in Eurasia do East and West blend so seamlessly. At its heart, the Unesco-listed Old City lies inside a fortress wall. Around this are pedestrianised tree-lined streets filled with exclusive boutiques. The street circuit runs along Baku’s waterfront promenade and presents an extra challenge to the drivers, by being an anti-clockwise track, with 21 corners.
Whether you want a relaxing stroll along the seafront, to haggle for bargains in the many bazaar’s, dine in one of high quality restaurants or party in the bars and clubs, Baku caters for all tastes with its relaxed and friendly charm.
If you’re looking for the best seats at the Grand Prix, then look no further than the Azerbaijan F1 Paddock Club. It gets you closer to the action, technology and romance that is Formula 1. Whether it’s walking along the pit lane throughout the weekend, mingling with F1 drivers, famous faces and VVIP guests, or simply standing outside the team garages to admire, Paddock Club brings these possibilities to life. For more information about our Baku F1 Paddock Club options, please use the links below, or contact Edge Global.
For those who need accommodation, EDGE have the contacts and relationships to get you into sold out hotels, often where the F1 drivers and team personal stay. Our favourite properties in Baku are the JW Marriott and the Four Seasons. Please contact Edge Global a tailor-made quotation.