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BookF1 Review

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Tested and reviewed by Alex Dovey, GP Hub site owner.

Update July 2014: I’ve also since used BookF1 to book tickets for the Austrian Grand Prix 2014. My opinion hasn’t changed. It’s a great service and thoroughly recommended. 

Summarised version:

Everything just worked, smooth process, from purchase to sitting down track side on race day.

 

The slightly longer version

I used BookF1 to buy my tickets for the Belgium GP in 2012 ( the one where RoGro took half the front runners out in the first corner).

I was given a £50 voucher as a Christmas present which included a ticket wallet and ear plugs.

I bought a 3 day general admission ticket – which included a bonus pit walk on the Thursday – through the bookf1 website around February time.  The whole payment/ticket selection process went through fine. Payment was taken and handled through their online payment form.

I received a confirmation email not long after purchase. This gave me some instructions about what to expect regarding delivery times and also some tips about the race schedule and a map of the circuit.

About 3-4 weeks before the race I got my tickets delivered with special/tracked/recorded delivery to my office.

I got into the track with no problems so the ticket worked just fine.

The Verdict

Very quick, problem free service.

Where to buy

Click here to go to the Book F1 website

 

Disclaimer: GP Hub has become affiliated with BookF1 since this review was posted. This doesn’t change the review, it’s a great service which is why we became an affiliate.