This is also a bit of a weird one – everyone loves the track – it feels like a real, original race track, not one of the recent Tilke-tarnished circuits, which always seem to be a medium corner section followed by one of two long straights with one hairpin for overtaking.
However, there are a lot of gripes from visitors. Only two stands are covered – the main one, and silver, apparently. Otherwise, the weather is far too hot, even though the view shown below from the bronze stand around corners 3+ shows a good view.
The chicane seats around corner 13 – 14 should also show good car-time and action, but it’s not covered, and then you just get to see the ass-end of cars disappear into the distance.
The security rules seem typical of the logic of the region, as they make you open bottles / cans before taking them to the stands – and then charge huge prices for drinks. People also complained about the traffic away from the circuit, though this is slightly expected at any outdoor event.
For the lowest priced accommodation and best deals on your travels, use Agoda.
For fun F1 betting, choose Skybet. They have really good deals like free bets and on-going monthly free bets.
You may need to use a UK proxy if you want to bet from outside / not in the UK.
You can also watch F1 online, securely, by simply selecting the UK setting on a proxy.
Using this UK TV proxy for F1: click here – you can pay a small amount (about USD 68 a year!!) to use a UK proxy