If you plan ahead and make your ticket sales, you’ll be in for a treat as the 2018 Formula One World Championship returns to the UK for a 10th time.
This year the race will be held at Silverstone in south London on 29 March.
Tickets are sold through the official Formula One Ticket website, which will also be available on the official Live Nation Ticketing website.
You can get your ticket for free and, in the event of a race-related ticket dispute, you can claim a refund for up to £100.
The race takes place at the Silverstone circuit, which was previously the home of the Monaco Grand Prix, the British Grand Prix and the British GP.
It’s also the first race in the UK since 2008 to be held on a non-restricted track.
“The British GP was a great success in its day, but it has been a tough year in terms of attendance and the race has not been able to recapture the magic it once had,” said the Formula One chief executive officer.
“There are some fantastic fans here but there is also a lot of work to be done, particularly in the summer, when people are in the car.”
So there will be lots of changes to come.
The race is going to be much smaller than the last year, there will probably be fewer stops, there is less traffic and so on.
“It’s a race of pure speed and excitement and we need that at the front of the grid.”
There will also have been changes to the layout and layout-specific regulations.
“We are going to have to be a bit more careful in terms that we get the maximum amount of speed,” said F1 boss Bernie Ecclestone.
“We are trying to get the most out of this place.”
He added: “There is a bit of a compromise on the race.
We are going up a little bit and there are fewer stops but also we are changing the layout.”
Tickets for the race have sold out, with the average ticket price in the first 10 minutes of the race going for £2,100.
Tickets will also go on sale on the live-streaming site F1 Live for £10 a seat.
The site will also give fans the opportunity to buy tickets to other races, such as the German GP or Abu Dhabi GP.
Tickets for 2018’s race are still available for pre-sale via F1 Ticket, although they are expected to sell out quickly.