The 60th edition of Macau Grand Prix 2013 will take place from November 9-17, 2013. No matter if you are an auto enthusiast, car racing lover or simple are looking for some special events to join in Macau – be prepared that this year’s Macau Grand Prix event will be special since its the Diamond Jubilee edition.
Be prepared for some serious racing action, fast cars and spectacular races since this year’s races include Audi R8 LMS Cup, Porsche Carrera Cup Asia, Lamborghini Super Trofeo Asia Series, CTM Macau Touring Car Cup, Formula Masters China Series and CTM Macau Touring Car Cup. Aside from FIA WTCC – Guia Race of Macau and the City of Dreams Macau GT Cup, the highlight of the Macau Grand Prix is undoubtedly the Star River Windsor Arch Formula 3 Macau Grand Prix over 15 laps.
When and where is the Macau Grand Prix 2013 ?
Date: From November 9 to 17, 2013
Do I need to purchase tickets for Macau Grand Prix 2013 ?
Whole Macau is getting crazy during the Macau Grand Prix Festival and there will be lots of related automotive action going on. However, if you would like to experience the races and get close to the cars, number girls and professional car racers you need to purchase tickets. Ticket prices vary depending if you decide to watch the practice and qualifying races or the actual Macau Grand Prix. Ticket prices for Practice Days (November 9, 14, 15) are HK$ 50 while ticket prices for Race Days (November 10, 16, 17) will vary between HK$ 350 – 900 depending which stand (Grand Stand, Lisboa Stand, Reservoir Stand) you choose to watch the spectacular Macau Grand Prix races.
For all of you who would like to purchase tickets you can use the one of the 24h Ticket Reservation Hotlines:
Hong Kong: +(852) 2380 5083
Macau: +(853) 2855 5555
Mainland China: +(86) 139 2691 1111
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 evens, 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.