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As Official Distributor’s of Formula 1 Paddock Club Hospitality, we are delighted to offer you our packages for the 2022 British Grand Prix, the first on the Formula One Calendar.

After an impeccable 2021 season with Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen battling race by race, there’s no better time to go see an F1 race around the world in VIP style. With a complete overhaul of the car specifications, expect huge drama and an unpredictable race in 2022.

Check out our Formula 1 Paddock Club package, as well as our travel and accommodation options to enhance your stay and experience. Treat clients or take friends and family for the 2022 Bahrain Grand Prix.


1st Jul – 3rd Jul 2022 Silverstone


1st Jul – 3rd Jul 2022
Package British GP F1 Paddock Club Travel Package British GP F1 Paddock Club
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  • Full Travel and Accommodation Arranged by Engage
  • Exceptional Location above the pit lane
  • Three Course Sit-Down Meal
  • Opportunities to meet Formula One Stars
  • All Day Refreshments
  • Fine wine selections paired with food
  • Afternoon Tea
  • Barista Coffee Station
  • Track Tour
  • Grid Photo Experience
  • Virtual Experiences
  • Three Course Sit-Down Meal
  • Exceptional Location above the pit lane
  • Opportunities to meet Formula One Stars
  • All Day Refreshments
  • Fine wine selections paired with food
  • Afternoon Tea
  • Barista Coffee Station
  • Track Tour
  • Grid Photo Experience
  • Virtual Experiences

Product Description

2022 Formula 1 British Grand Prix

We are delighted to offer premium Formula 1 hospitality for the British Grand Prix in 2022, one of the most historic races of the record breaking 23 race calendar. Race day is on the 3rd July and will mark a new era of Formula 1 as the specifications have changed to promote overtaking and a fairer fight between the 10 teams competing.

We’re in a golden era of Formula 1 with Lewis Hamilton continuing to compete at the highest level and former World Champions Sebastian Vettel and Fernando Alonso leading their respective teams to newer heights. But it’s the incredible, new emerging talent that has added real depth to the line-up, none more so than Max Verstappen who has amassed a huge number of fans around the world, with Dutch orange waves clear to see. Charl Leclerc, Carlos Sainz Jr, Lando Norris and George Russell are just a few names to mention as potential World Champions in the future.

The current teams on the grid are:

  • Mercedes
  • Red Bull
  • Ferrari
  • Mclaren
  • Alpine Racing
  • AlphaTauri
  • Williams
  • Haas
  • Alfa Romeo
  • Aston Martin

British Grand Prix History

The British Grand Prix is one of the most longstanding Grand Prix’s in the world, with 76 races to date. The location of the Grand Prix has changed throughout it’s existence, including stints at Aintree and Brands Hatch, but Silverstone is widely known as the home Grand Prix circuit for Britain.

Lewis Hamilton is far and away the most successful driver at the British Grand Prix, winning 8 times and three successive from 2019-2021. Fellow Brits Jim Clark and Nigel Mansell have also had major success, winning 5 and 4 races impressively.

2021 Race

Always in the height of summer, the British Grand Prix is a statement event on the UK calendar and the 2021 race was emotional for the country, with thousands of fans allowed back from covid restrictions, ultimately saving the venue from going bust.

It also included the first ever sprint race, a new format that pushes qualifying to Friday and a quick race on Saturday (with points on offer) to determine the grid order on Sunday. Lewis, in front of his home crowd was jumped by Max Verstappen at the start of the sprint race to spice up the start for the real race.

The first lap on Sunday however was the huge talking point of the weekend as Lewis and Max went wheel to wheel throughout the first half of the lap, eventually making contact at turn 9. Verstappen retired from the impact and Lewis took a 10 sec penalty that dropped him down to 4th after the pitstops, promoting Leclerc in the Ferrari to take to the front.

It took until lap 50 for Lewis to find himself in Leclerc’s gearbox and the man from Stevenage eventually rose to the top to win his 3rd Silverstone in a row.

2022 Season Preview

The 2022 season gets underway on Friday 18 March and will consist of 23 races, the highest in the sports history. With a new specification of car for 2022, expect the grid to be mixed up and more unpredictable results as usual as teams get to grips with their new cars. The Miami Grand Prix will be the only new race on the calendar, with Saudi Arabia Grand Prix entering it’s second year.

There’s been a couple of significant moves in the drivers line-up, with George Russell taking the huge step up from Williams to Mercedes, demoting Valtteri Bottas who has since joined Alfa Romeo. Bottas has replaced the retiring Kimi Raikkonen, whilst Giovinazzi has left Alfa Romeo to be replaced by Chinese 22-year-old Guanyu Zhou, who impressed in F2 in 2021.

Formula 1 Paddock Club

We are thrilled to have been appointed Official Distributors of Formula 1 Paddock Club Hospitality and we have packages available for every race of the season. The world-renowned Paddock Club is the ultimate motorsport experience and delivers a sensational day, ideal for any motorsport fan or petrolhead.

Please check out our range of Formula 1 Paddock Club corporate hospitality for the 2022 Formula One Season.

  • 20 March | Bahrain Grand Prix | Sakhir
  • 27 March | Saudi Arabian Grand Prix | Jeddah
  • 10 April | Australian Grand Prix | Melbourne
  • 24 April | Emilia Romagna Grand Prix| Imola
  • 08 May | Miami Grand Prix | Miami
  • 22 May | Spanish Grand Prix | Barcelona
  • 29 May | Monaco Grand Prix | Monaco
  • 12 June | Azerbaijan Grand Prix | Baku
  • 19 June | Canadian Grand Prix | Montreal
  • 03 July | British Grand Prix | Silverstone
  • 10 July | Austrian Grand Prix | Spielberg
  • 24 July | French Grand Prix | Le Castellet
  • 31 July | Hungarian Grand Prix | Budapest
  • 28 August | Belgian Grand Prix | Spa
  • 04 September | Dutch Grand Prix | Zandvoort
  • 11 September | Italian Grand Prix | Monza
  • 25 September | Russian Grand Prix | Sochi
  • 02 October | Singapore Grand Prix | Singapore
  • 09 October | Japanese Grand Prix | Suzuka
  • 23 October | USA Grand Prix | Austin
  • 30 October | Mexican Grand Prix | Mexico City
  • 13 November | Brazilian Grand Prix | Sao Paulo
  • 20 November | Abu Dhabi Grand Prix | Abu Dhabi