One of Valencia's seas of tarmac at turns 12 and 13 with the start finish straight and main grandstand in the background, photo by Alan Green

One of Valencia's seas of tarmac at turns 12 and 13 with the start finish straight and main grandstand in the background, photo by Alan Green

The European Grand Prix doesn’t have much action so you may be best to go for a Valencia Street Circuit tickets by the start finish straight where you can at least see the start and the pits and podium.

 

There is no General Admission at Valencia’s street circuit but some of the cheaper European Grand Prix tickets are those for the M7 stand: this is close to the beaches and has a good view of turns 7 and 8 and 9 which is a relatively slow part of the circuit.

 

The N4 and N2 stands are also relatively cheap though they may give you the best chance of seeing an overtake: N4 especially. The Grao balcony is the cheapest place to watch though it is uncovered, it overlooks turn 20: this might be an interesting corner if it wasn’t for the sea of tarmac on the outside but then again this does mean drivers may try things here with plenty of room to get it wrong.