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Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Last updated: 22 June, 2022  

On Site Events Ltd is carefully monitoring the ongoing Covid-19 situation.

We are following all the relevant Foreign and Commonwealth Office advice for all the European destinations that we operate in. We will continue to monitor the situation and official advice.

It is currently a good time to travel as restrictions have been lifted. To double check, please look at https:



All Spa Classic packs now dispatched

All Monaco Historic packs now dispatched

All Monaco GP now dispatched

Le Mans 24 Hours - now all dispatched

Le Mans Classic - final packs arriving June 24.


Brexit & Driving in Europe

If you are driving your own, domestic car to Europe, you will require:

  • Your passport with at least 3 months validity & less than 10 years old
  • Your UK driving licence with photo
  • Green card (as issued by your insurance company)
  • GB Sticker
  • International Driving Permit (only for Monaco)


If you are driving your own domestic car & towing your own race car, you will require:

  • Your passport with at least 3 months validity & less than 10 years old
  • Your UK driving licence with photo
  • Green card for your domestic vehicle (as issued by your insurance company)
  • Green card for the race car
  • Green card for the tow vehicle
  • V5 registration for the race car
  • V5 registration for the tow vehicle
  • GB Sticker
  • International Driving Permit (only for Monaco)

If your race car is road registered and going to Europe for racing purposes, then as long as it has insurance and a V5 it does not need a temporary movement certificate. This is also known as a ATA Carnet.

Being Brexit and post Covid, this information is subject to alteration.


Le Mans 24 Hours 2022

The event has been CONFIRMED for June 11-12, 2022

Latest Le Mans 24 Hours Schedule 2022


Le Mans Classic 2022

The event has been CONFIRMED for July 02-03, 2022.

We now have 3 circuit hotels for the Classic. Two hotels are within walking distance and the third hotel you can actually watch the racing from your guest room and a open air terrace.

Le Mans Classic, July 2023

This will be a huge event, celebrating the 100th anniversary of the Le Mans 24 Hours.


Formula 1 2022

F1 published a record 22 race calendar for 2022, starting in Bahrain on 20 March and ending in Abu Dhabi on 20 November. The championship will end three weeks earlier than this year's to avoid a clash with the football World Cup in Qatar which is scheduled to start on 21 November 2022.

2022 features the first race in Miami, an event that is being held in addition to the US Grand Prix in Austin, Texas.

The Chinese Grand Prix has been dropped from the 2022 F1 calendar. The Shanghai race has not been held since the coronavirus pandemic began and restrictions surrounding Covid in China mean staging it is impossible. F1 said that China would be "restored to the calendar as soon as conditions allow".

China will be replaced by the Emilia Romagna Grand Prix at Imola on 24 April.

Australia, Canada, Singapore and Japan return for 2022 after their enforced pandemic absence.

  • 20 March Bahrain (Sakhir)
  • 27 March Saudi Arabia (Jeddah)
  • 10 April Australia (Melbourne)
  • 24 April Emilia Romagna (Imola)
  • 8 May Miami
  • 22 May Spain (Barcelona)
  • 29 May Monaco
  • 12 June Azerbaijan (Baku)
  • 19 June Canada (Montreal)
  • 3 July Great Britain (Silverstone)
  • 10 July Austria (Spielberg)
  • 24 July France (Le Castellet)
  • 31 July Hungary (Budapest)
  • 28 August Belgium (Spa-Francorchamps)
  • 4 September Netherlands (Zandvoort)
  • 11 September Italy (Monza)
  • 25 September Russia (Sochi)
  • 2 October Singapore (Marina Bay)
  • 9 October Japan (Suzuka)
  • 23 October USA (Austin)
  • 30 October Mexico (Mexico City)
  • 13 November Brazil (Sao Paulo)
  • 20 November Abu Dhabi (Yas Marina)


Moto GP 2022

The 2022 Moto GP calendar has been provisionally released, with a huge 21 races including two brand new circuits.

With 18 races at only 13 circuits in 2021, the new calendar sees the series return to a more recognisable calendar with the return of races in Argentina, Japan, Thailand, Australia and Malaysia.

But there will be two brand new additions. While it was included on the 2020 and 2021 calendar, the newly-constructed Kymi Ring is set to host the first Finnish Grand Prix  since 1982. The circuit was officially tested in 2019, with the track labelled as “technically challenging” and “quite different to anything we’ve seen before”.

Indonesia will also be making a return, after it held two races in 1996 and 1997. The Mandalika International Street Circuit is being built on the Mandalika resort island, and will be surrounded by natural fauna and vegetation, unlike most street circuits around the world.

For the 2022 season, we have been appointed official agents for the Moto GP VIP Hospitality Village. This offers superb viewing and entertainment and full details will be published in our Moto GP pages.


  • 06 March - Qatar (Losail)
  • 20 March - Indonesia (Mandalika)
  • 03 April - Argentina (Rio Hondo)
  • 10 April - Americas (Circuit of the Americas)
  • 24 April - Portugal (Algarve International Circuit)
  • 01 May - Spain (Jerez)
  • 15 May - France (Le Mans)
  • 29 May - Italy (Mugello)
  • 05 June - Catalunya (Barcelona)
  • 19 June - Germany (Sachsenring)
  • 26 June - Netherlands (Assen)
  • 10 July - Finland (Kymiring)
  • 07 August - Great Britain (Silverstone)
  • 21 August - Austria (Red Bull Ring)
  • 04 September - San Marino (Misano)
  • 18 September - Aragon (MotorLand)
  • 25 September - Japan (Motegi)
  • 02 October - Thailand (Chang Circuit)
  • 16 October - Australia (Phillip Island)
  • 23 October - Malaysia (Sepang)
  • 06 November - Valencia (Ricardo Tormo)


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