If you are a Formula 1 racing fan, the chances are your kids are too. Watching your enthusiasm for the sport and hearing you talk about it will get them interested in the sport, so all you need to do now is plan a family trip to a Grand Prix.
While you may be a dedicated fan who could happily sit and watch all day, your children’s attention span may not last as long. You know your kids better than anyone, but once they start getting restless it is probably time to call it a day.
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If possible, bring a selection of food and drink with you. Not only will this save you money, but it will also mean your family can eat something other than fast food. However, not all places allow this, so check first.
The end of May sees the Monaco Grand Prix, and if you are wondering where can I get more information on the F1 Paddock Club in Monaco, the answer can be found online.
You can get tickets from F1 Paddock Club Monaco, but depending on the age of your children, it may be a good idea to not actually go to the race itself. Just being there and soaking up the atmosphere is exciting, and if you watch the practice or qualifying, then entry will be a lot cheaper, plus you will get a great view. Fewer people will also mean young children don’t have to sit still, and you won’t have to endure the long queues for the bathroom or refreshments.
There will be merchandise available to purchase, but don’t be tempted to impulse-buy. If your kids want to look the part, get them some branded merchandise in advance of the trip. It is a good idea to invest in a pair of headphones, especially for younger children.
Walking around the Grand Prix circuits can be tiring and often mean covering long distances. Make sure that you all have the right footwear, and don’t be tempted to bring a stroller – this will need to be stored at the circuit and not all the walking areas are stroller-friendly.