Are you ready for an action-packed weekend at the Guia Circuit in Macau? The famous Macau Grand Prix will take place this year from November 13 to 16, 2014. The 61st edition of this action-packed event is not only a highlight for many car racing and motorcycling fans, but also one of the most popular events in Macau. Be prepared for four days of gasoline in the air, burning rubber, crazy crowds cheering for their favorite racecar driver and an adrenalin-charged atmosphere at this international recognized prestigious event.
The Macau Grand Prix Races
The 2014 edition of the Macau Grand Prix will be compromised of a total of seven races. The highlight will definitely be the Suncity Group Formula 3 Macau Grand Prix. Last year’s winner Alex Lynn joined the ranks of famous racecar drivers such as Michael Schumacher, David Coulthard and Ayrton Senna. The Macau Grand Prix is the only race in the world where you can experience car and motorcycle at one racing weekend event. Who will be the winner of the Macau Grand Prix 2014?
Needless to say that the other races will also offer action-packed finales such as the FIA World Touring Car Championship – Guia Race of Macau 2014 (presented by Suncity Group), the 48th Edition of the Suncity Group Motorcycle Grand Pix 2014, the Macau GT Cup 2014 as well as the CTM Macau Touring Cup 2014 and the Macau Road Sport Challenge 2014.
For the seventh race, the Macau Grand Prix 2014 will introduce a new program this year. For the first time ever, the Chinese Racing Cup 2014 will be held giving drivers from Mainland China, Taiwan, Hong Kong and Macau a new platform to compete.
Where to purchase tickets for the Macau Grand Prix 2014?
The Macau Grand Prix 2014 is held over four days and you can experience everything from qualifying and practice races to the actual Macau Grand Prix Finals as well as the FIA World Touring Car Championship – Guia Race of Macau 2014 Finals. In case you would like to watch the races or get close to the cars, motorbikes, number girls or professional racecar drivers you need to purchase tickets. Ticket prices vary depending which day you visit and where you stand as well as if you decide to watch the practice and qualifying races or the actual Finals of the Macau Grand Prix.
Ticket prices for the practicing days (November 13 and 14, 2014) can be purchased for HK$ 50 while ticket prices for the Race Days (November 15 and 16, 2014) 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.
The most convenient way to purchase tickets for the Macau Grand Prix Races is through the one of the 24h Ticket Reservation Hotlines:
Hong Kong: +(852) 2380 5083
Macau: +(853) 2855 5555
Mainland China: +(86) 139 2691 1111
What is the best way to get from Hong Kong to Macau?
There are several options on how to get from Hong Kong to Macau. Please refer to our popular article “How to get to Macau from Hong Kong” for more detailed information about the different modes of transportation and ferry options.
In case you would like to watch the Macau Grand Prix 2014 we highly recommend to plan ahead and book your ferry tickets as early as possible. From our former experiences, ferry tickets sell out very fast not only due to the Macau Grand Prix event, but also due to the fact that this popular event is held on a weekend. Tourist from around the world would are discovering Macau as well as weekend warriors, visitors and gamblers from Hong Kong and Mainland China will flood the streets of Macau in addition to the many racecar fans.
Where to stay in Macau during the Macau Grand Prix 2014?
No matter if you visit Macau for sightseeing, gambling or especially for the Macau Grand Prix 2014 races, you might want to consider to stay overnight in one of the many hotels. Most of the great hotels in Macau are located in Macau downtown area, Taipai and Cotai. Most of these hotels provide free shuttle buses from the ferry pier and are equipped with in-hotel casinos.
Here we give a list of the most popular hotels in Macau :
Downtown Area :
Since Macau Grand Prix 2014 is held close to the Grand Prix Museum, staying in the downtown area is the most convenient. However, Cotai and Taipa have the most newly opened hotels (such as the Venetian Macau Resort and Four Seasons), as well as the large Casinos, it’s also a good option for staying.
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