On the days of the event, and especially on Sunday, the influx of cars and people to the Circuit will be very large. There are spectators with weekend tickets and spectators with Sunday tickets only, so there will be even more spectators on this day than on the other days.


Plan your travel well. To avoid long traffic jams, arrive at the Autódromo Internacional do Algarve a few hours in advance. Also count on the time to look for the parking lot, to look for a place in the parking lot, for the displacement on foot to your grandstand, for the ticket control at the entrance and to look for the marked place. Don’t make it easy, so that your experience is as good as possible and you can attend all the training sessions and races on the program.


The program is very extensive and rich, so there are reasons to be entertained as early as 0900 in the morning and until the end of the day. In addition, there are support facilities scattered around the Circuit and near the grandstands, such as toilets and areas to buy food and drink. In addition, giant screens around the circuit will always be broadcasting, so you can watch everything that is happening on the track.


Come as early as possible to the Circuit.