The Sochi Autodrom grandstand seating arrangement allows to have an excellent view of the adjacent parts of the track. From any grandstand, one can watch the race broadcast at the giant screens and follow the competition listening to the experienced world-class commentators.
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The six-storey Main Grandstand building with a roof extending over the spectator seats is located along the start-finish straight.
Depending on the location of the seats, guests in the Main Grandstand can see the opening ceremony before the start of the Russian Grand Prix and the podium ceremony, mechanics working during the pit stops, the start and the finish of the race, battles in turns 1 and 18 (the last turn), as well as in turns 14, 15 and 16, cars driving through the pit lane.
Inside the Main Grandstand building there are lifts, cafés, a Sochi Autodrom merchandise outlet, toilets, the Sochi Auto Sport Museum. A unique miniature of the Olympic Park and a photo gallery of Sochi Autodrom celebrity guests are exhibited in the lobby of the Main Grandstand.
Three ticket categories and VIP tickets (Comfort and lounge tickets) are offered for the Main Grandstand. There are children tickets available at special prices. This grandstand also contains accessible seats and fan sectors of some Formula 1 teams.
SERGEY SIROTKIN T1 Grandstand
T1 Grandstand is positioned at the outer side of turn 1. It is named after third Russian Formula 1 driver Sergey Sirotkin.
Apart from battles unfolding in turn 1, the fastest turn of the track, from here fans will also see the drivers going through turns 14, 15 and 16. It offers a great view of the start-finish straight and the pit exit.
Tickets to T1 Grandstand are divided into three categories, each of which has children tickets.
VITALY PETROV T2 Grandstand
T2 Grandstand is positioned at the outer side of turn 2. It is named after first Russian Formula 1 driver Vitaly Petrov.
Fans in this grandstand will see the F1 drivers having reached the top speed of about 330kph abruptly braking to properly enter turn 2. The spectators can also see the cars accelerating in long turn 3.
The grandstand is located near the Central Square of the Olympic Park.
Tickets to T2 Grandstand are divided into three categories, each of which has children tickets. It also has accessible seats.
DANIIL KVYAT T3 Grandstand
T3 Grandstand is positioned at the outer side of turn 3. It is named after current Formula 1 driver Daniil Kvyat.
In this grandstand, fans will be able to watch the drivers exit turn 2 and fight in long turn 3. It offers a view of the Central Square of the Olympic Park.
Tickets to T3 Grandstand are divided into two categories, each of which has children tickets.
T4 Grandstand is positioned at the outer side of turn 4.
From here you can watch the drivers fighting at the exit of turn 3 and in turn 4, as well as accelerating going into turn 5.
Tickets to T4 Grandstand are divided into two categories, each of which has children tickets.
The General Admission Area is located around the Bolshoy Ice Dome.
Depending on the location, from here one can see the exit of turn 3, turns 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 and the entry of turn 9.
Fans in the General Admission Area can take any position around the ice dome. There is also a large screen on which one can follow the race broadcast.
Please note that the General Admission tickets are valid for three days of the Formula 1 Russian Grand Prix weekend, standing room only and do not grant access to the Olympic Park on Thursday, including to the pit lane walk. Children General Admission tickets are also available.
Please be advised that there are no seats in the General Admission Area and the pit lane walk is not available for the General Admission guests.