Formula 1 Grand Prix weekend attendance 2024 (visitors)

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We have collected data and statistics on how many visitors each Formula 1 Grand Prix had in the 2021 and 2022 seasons.

As you can clearly see, interest in the sport is growing and new attendance records are set every year.

Read more about Formula 1 statistics here.

F1 Grand Prix weekend attendance 2022

United States Grand Prix 440 000
Australian Grand Prix 419 114
British Grand Prix 401 000
Mexican Grand Prix 395 902
Belgian Grand Prix 360 000
Canadian Grand Prix 338 000
Italian Grand Prix 337 000
Dutch Grand Prix 305 000
Singapore Grand Prix 302 000
Austria Grand Prix 303 000
Hungarian Grand Prix 290 000
Spanish Grand Prix 277 836
Miami Grand Prix 242 955
Sao Paolo Grand Prix 236 000
France Grand Prix 200 000
Japanase Grand Prix 200 000
Abu Dhabi Grand Prix 160 000
Bahrain Grand Prix 98 000

F1 Grand Prix weekend attendance 2021

United States Grand Prix400 000
Mexican Grand Prix371 000
British Grand Prix356 000
Belgian Grand Prix213 000
Dutch Grand Prix195 000
Turkish Grand Prix190 000
Brazilian Grand Prix181 000
Abu Dhabi Grand Prix153 000
Saudi Arabian Grand Prix143 000
Austrian Grand Prix132 000
Hungary130 000

List of all Grand Prixes in Formula 1

Australian Grand Prix

The Australian Grand Prix, hosted at Melbourne’s Albert Park Circuit, presents a 5.303 km track that brilliantly blends high-speed thrills with technical challenges. It caters to an enthusiastic crowd of 100,000 spectators, delivering an unparalleled fusion of motorsport and culture.

Monaco Grand Prix

Monaco Grand Prix, the jewel in the Formula 1 crown, occurs on a narrow 3.337 km circuit threading through the city streets. With a maximum capacity of 37,000, it offers a unique, intimate experience of high-speed racing against a glamorous, urban backdrop.

British Grand Prix

Silverstone, home of the British Grand Prix, boasts a 5.891 km track known for its fast, flowing layout. With room for a staggering 150,000 fans, it’s one of the largest sporting events in the UK, steeped in history and tradition.

United States Grand Prix

The US Grand Prix unfolds on the 5.513 km Circuit of the Americas in Austin, Texas, a track that tests drivers’ precision and speed. It accommodates a maximum of 120,000 spectators, offering an electrifying atmosphere amid a passionate crowd.

Abu Dhabi Grand Prix

The Abu Dhabi Grand Prix concludes the F1 season at the Yas Marina Circuit. The 5.554 km track with a waterfront setting and under-the-lights finish captivates 60,000 spectators, promising a thrilling finale to the championship.

Italian Grand Prix

The Italian Grand Prix takes place at the historic Monza Circuit, boasting a track length of 5.793 km. Known for its high speeds and passionate fans, the venue has a capacity of around 113,000 spectators, providing an unforgettable atmosphere of excitement and tradition.

Singapore Grand Prix

The Singapore Grand Prix, the first night race in F1 history, unfolds on the Marina Bay Street Circuit. The 5.063 km track offers a unique spectacle under the floodlights, with a maximum capacity of 90,000 spectators, delivering a spectacular fusion of sports and entertainment.

Japanese Grand Prix

The Japanese Grand Prix is hosted at the Suzuka Circuit, a 5.807 km track renowned for its figure-eight layout. With a maximum capacity of 155,000, it is one of the most well-attended races on the calendar, offering a unique mix of high-speed thrills and a festive atmosphere.

Belgian Grand Prix

The Belgian Grand Prix takes place at the Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps, one of the most challenging tracks in Formula 1 at 7.004 km. Its maximum capacity is 70,000 spectators, providing an exhilarating experience of racing amidst the scenic Ardennes Forest.

Spanish Grand Prix

The Spanish Grand Prix is hosted at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya. This technical 4.675 km track provides a comprehensive challenge for drivers and teams. With a maximum spectator capacity of 140,700, it offers a vibrant atmosphere packed with fervent fans.

Brazilian Grand Prix

The Brazilian Grand Prix, hosted at the iconic Interlagos Circuit in São Paulo, provides a 4.309 km track full of character and history. Known for its passionate fans and unpredictable weather, the venue can accommodate up to 60,000 spectators, providing a uniquely Latin American F1 experience.

Canadian Grand Prix

The Canadian Grand Prix takes place at the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve in Montreal. The 4.361 km track is notorious for its ‘Wall of Champions’ and high-speed straights. With a maximum capacity of 100,000 spectators, it offers an electrifying atmosphere amid a passionate crowd.

Hungarian Grand Prix

The Hungarian Grand Prix is held at the Hungaroring near Budapest. This 4.381 km track is known for its twisty layout and high temperatures. With room for a maximum of 70,000 spectators, the race combines a festive atmosphere with a challenging drive.

Bahrain Grand Prix

The Bahrain Grand Prix takes place under the lights of the Bahrain International Circuit. The 5.412 km track is a blend of long straights and tight corners. The venue can host up to 70,000 spectators, promising a spectacular start to the season.

Russian Grand Prix

The Russian Grand Prix unfolds on the Sochi Autodrom, a 5.848 km street circuit built around the Olympic Park. With a maximum capacity of 55,000 spectators, this relatively new fixture on the F1 calendar offers a unique blend of sporting history and high-speed racing.

French Grand Prix

The French Grand Prix, held at Circuit Paul Ricard near Le Castellet, has a track length of 5.842 km. Known for its colourful runoff areas and Mistral Straight, the circuit can host up to 68,000 spectators, delivering a blend of history, passion, and modern racing.

Austrian Grand Prix

The Austrian Grand Prix takes place at the Red Bull Ring in Spielberg. The 4.318 km track is characterized by its elevation changes and panoramic mountain views. With a maximum capacity of 60,000 spectators, it offers a unique combination of stunning scenery and high-speed thrills.

Mexican Grand Prix

The Mexican Grand Prix unfolds on the 4.304 km Autódromo Hermanos Rodríguez, located within a public park in Mexico City. The circuit, known for its long straight and stadium section, can accommodate up to 150,000 spectators, offering an electrifying atmosphere of passionate fans and vibrant culture.

Azerbaijan Grand Prix

The Azerbaijan Grand Prix, held on the Baku City Circuit, presents a 6.003 km track that is one of the most challenging street circuits in F1. It caters to an audience of 68,000, providing a unique blend of modern architecture and historical sites against the backdrop of the Caspian Sea.

Dutch Grand Prix

The Dutch Grand Prix takes place at Circuit Zandvoort, a classic 4.259 km track renowned for its banked corners and coastal location. With a capacity for 105,000 spectators, it boasts a festive atmosphere fueled by a passionate local crowd.

Saudi Arabian Grand Prix

The Saudi Arabian Grand Prix takes place on the Jeddah Corniche Circuit, a street circuit stretching 6.174 km along the Red Sea coastline. This night race, one of the newest additions to the F1 calendar, accommodates up to 70,000 spectators, adding a touch of Middle Eastern flair and a scenic backdrop to the motorsport world.

Vietnam Grand Prix

The Vietnam Grand Prix unfolds on the Hanoi Street Circuit. This 5.613 km track is known for its combination of existing roads and newly-built sections. With a maximum capacity of 100,000 spectators, it offers a vibrant mix of high-speed racing and the cultural richness of Hanoi.

Chinese Grand Prix

The Chinese Grand Prix, hosted at the Shanghai International Circuit, is known for its unique 5.451 km track layout, resembling the Chinese character ‘shang’. The venue has a capacity of around 200,000 spectators, making it one of the largest and most iconic events on the F1 calendar.

Emilia Romagna Grand Prix

The Emilia Romagna Grand Prix is held at Italy’s Imola Circuit, a 4.909 km track that’s both historic and challenging. With a maximum capacity of 60,000 spectators, this race offers a quintessential Italian racing experience with a history-rich atmosphere.

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Anton Gustafsson
Anton Gustafssonhttps://formulapedia.com
Anton is a Swedish Formula One expert and he is the co-founder of Formulapedia.com. He is a big fan of Formula 1 and he cheers for the Italian team Scuderia Ferrari. Anton has not missed a single Grand Prix since he started following F1 a few years ago.

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