How to get green access to the French F1 Grand Prix?

If you want to attend the French Grand Prix of F1 2022, keep in mind that the organizers have implemented a mobility plan this year with the aim of ensuring the fluidity of all spectators, reduce waiting time in your vehicle and reduce the carbon footprint with access to the circuit. limited to 9,000 vehicles and the introduction of a “Green Access” badge.

To access the Paul Ricard circuit by car, spectators must have one Green access and present it at the different checkpoints. To achieve this Green accessyou will have to share a car and be at least four spectators in the vehicle, use a two- or three-wheeled means of transport, buy premium parking within the circuit or participate in financing alternative modes of transport by paying an eco-participation and therefore parking in the vicinity of the circuit Paul Ricard. Please note that access to the circuit will be prohibited from 22 to 24 July, except for holders of a Green Access sticker.

There will be a systematic control by the Gendarmerie on the axes and at the entrance to the parking areas. If the “Green Access” badge is missing, you will be denied access and you will have to turn towards the relay car parks.

If you don’t drive, don’t use two or three wheels, and want to park as close to the Paul Ricard circuit as possible, you have to pay an eco-contribution that finances alternative modes of transportation. These are the prices of this eco-participation:

  • Friday 20 euros per vehicle
  • Saturday 25 euros
  • Sunday 30 euros

Attention: no on-site purchases will be possible! You will have to go only on the website of the French GP to book and pay for your Green Access by clicking on this link.

Relief car parks

You have other solutions at your disposal to reach the 2022 French Grand Prix, in particular the creation of parking and ride facilities with a shuttle service (included in the ticket price, at no additional cost). There are many relay parking spaces located at the motorway exit. : La Ciotat, Roquefort la Bédoule, Le Beausset, Signes, Aubagne and Bandol. Buses offer shuttle service between the relay car parks and the French Grand Prix, the allocation of your area will be notified as the Grand Prix approaches. Depending on the declared accommodation, the nearest park and promenade will be preferred.

Attention: although relay car parks are included in the price of your ticket, you will still need to register in advance to be able to access them. Registration is done with a few clicks on the GP de France website by clicking on this link.

Public transport

If you do not want to go to the French Grand Prix and prefer public transport, you have several options at your disposal: the southern TER, transport from different parts of the region, a special TGV Paris-Lyon-Circuit, taxis, VTC or even and the whole plane …

Mobility tools

You have at your disposal several mobility tools for the French Grand Prix. You can find all the live mobility information on France Bleu Provence radio at 97.8 or use the Waze app, which is a partner of the French Grand Prix. All maps will be updated live by the French Grand Prix teams during the event. Here are some of the keywords to type into the Waze app during the event:

  • Green access GP F1
  • MAC GP F1 (only for our media colleagues)
  • Premium GP F1 (for premium parking)
  • Moto GP F1 (for motorcycle access)
  • PR (assigned relay parking) GP F1

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