French Grand Prix 2023
race Schedule & guide

1970 Race Status: NO RACE THIS SEASON
Year of Last Race:

Track Location & Address

Circuit Paul Ricard
2760 Route des Hauts du Camp
83330 Le Castellet, France

Race Information

Single Lap Length: 5.842 km (3.630 mi)
Total Race Distance: 309.690 km (192.432
Number of Laps: 53

Frequently Asked Questions for the 1970 French Grand Prix

Can I Park at the Track?

On-site parking at Circuit Paul Ricard is free for all ticketholders.

Is There Reserved Seating?

All grandstand ticketing comes with a reserved seat with an unobstructed view.

Does the Circuit Have Disabled / Reduced-Mobility Access?

Tickets are available for spectators with:
  • Movement disabilities
  • Wheelchairs
  • Audio and visual needs
  • Parking passes are offered to all spectators considered 80% or more permanently disabled.

    Is There Food at the Track?

    There will be simple cuisine available at Circuit Paul Ricard all race weekend. Look for food stands near the F1 Fanzone behind the main grandstand.

    What Should I Bring with Me?

  • Sunscreen
  • Bottled water (no glass bottles)
  • Ear plugs
  • Portable radio and headphones
  • Folding chair (for general admission spectators)
  • Cameras or camcorders

  • What’s Prohibited at the Race?

  • Weapons/Firearms/Explosives
  • Drugs and outside alcohol
  • Drones
  • Laser Pointers
  • Animals (except service animals)
  • Glass containers

  • How Should I Dress on Race Day?

    Spectators are advised to wear “functional” attire. Light shirts, polos, and trousers for men. Women can wear dresses and skirts. Avoid attire with offensive language or imagery.

    What Activities Are Available at the Track?

    There will be trackside entertainment for all spectators, including:
  • F1 Fanzone: Merchandise and simulators will be on display
  • Village Sud: A replica of a southern French village
  • “Back to the Future” Village: Historic F1 cars, 4DX cinemas, simulators, and displays on the French Grand Prix

  • What’s the Best Transportation to Get to the Track?

    Spectators can travel to Circuit Paul Ricard via:
  • Train: Bandol, Toulon, and Aix-en-Provence stations are near the circuit
  • Park and Ride: Parking is available in La Ciotat. Complimentary buses transport spectators to the circuit
  • Shuttle Bus: Daily buses from Marseille, Toulon, Aix-en-Provence, and Nice
  • Taxi
  • Ride Sharing

  • What are some dining suggestions for after the Race?

    Dining after the race can be enjoyed at:
  • Restaurant Christophe Bacquie
  • Le San Felice
  • Restaurant Le Pitlane
  • La Gogueette
  • O’ Wine Restaurant
  • La Cantine de I’Ours

  • When Should I Arrive at the Track?

    Spectators with General Admission entry are advised to arrive as early as possible. Circuit Paul Ricard is open at 10:00 AM