The 59th Macau Grand Prix 2012 will be held on the 15th of November 2012 in Macau. In addition to the three top tournaments: SJM Formula 3 Macau Grand Prix (FIA International Cup), the FIA World Touring Car Championship (WTCC) – Guia Race of Macau and the Macau Motorcycle Grand Prix – 46th Edition, this year’s races also include four support race programs: Macau GT Cup, Macau Touring Car Cup, Macau Road Sport Challenge and MAC / HKG Interport Race. Are you ready to spend continuous four days of excitements and screams accompanied by pretty race car models?
As one of the most important motor-car racing events in the world, the Macau Grand Prix is held on the second week of November in Macau annually and attracts thousands of racing car world champions as well as fans. The highlight of the Macau Grand Prix will be undoubtedly the Formula Three Macau Grand Prix where the racing speed can reach to above 270 km/h combined with many tight corners and crash barriers. You can easily hear the race car whizzing on the circuit from very far away. 17 of the season’s 24 Formula One drivers have been raced here including the world champion Sebastian Vettel.
When and where is the Macau Grand Prix?
Date: From 15th to 18th of November 2012
Do I need to purchase tickets for the Macau Grand Prix?
You will need to purchase tickets to watch the Macau Grand Prix. Ticket prices for practice days (15th -16th of Nov) are HK$ 50; Ticket prices for race days (17th – 18th of Nov) vary from HK$ 250 to HK$ 900 depending on the watch locations (Grand Stand, Lisboa Stand or Reservoir Stand)
To purchase tickets, you can call any of the following 24-hour ticket reservation hotlines:
Macau: +(853) 2855 5555
Hong Kong: +(852) 2380 5083
Mainland China: +(86) 13926911111
How to get from Hong Kong to Macau?
You have many different options to travel between Hong Kong and Macau. Please refer to the article “Getting to Macau” to get more information.
Insider Tips: The Macau Grand Prix is very popular to not only tourists around world but also to Hong Kong locals. During the four days, lots of visitors will flood from Hong Kong to Macau. If you are also interested in this competition, please remember to secure yourself a ferry ticket in advance. From our former experiences, the ferry tickets will be sold out during this event.