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Old 04-25-2004, 01:33 AM   #1
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United States Grand Prix - June 18,19,20

I'm just curious to see, as to who is interested in having a big cruise down to watch formula one on the 18,19,20 (If we would get the 3 day pass)...
I would rather go to indianapolis because of the ticket difference in there compared to Montreal.
The most expensive tix are $150 U.S. and the drive down there would probably be a 7 hour drive...

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I wouldnt mind if you could get tickets, let me know
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The tickets arent hard to get, order them on the website...i think it should be a great grandprix cuz u can see the whole track hopefully!
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the seats for 150 are paddock and those are shit, you are only paying for paddock, you cannot see anything, if you sit anywhere where the straight begins all your going to see is a blue dot go by at 350km/h, If this is your first GP then I would really recommend you sit in stand H or J that is first turn, or on the inside of the track, if you've been to tons of GP's and want to see the pit crews work, then you sit there, sit where you want but stand H is sold out before anything else and scalpers sell stand H for twice the amount of the paddock, noone wants that....but i'm just giving you my and about 10,000 other peoples opion.
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Old 04-30-2004, 04:19 AM   #5
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the drive from windsor to indy is about 4/5 hours
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BMWF1, i checked the indy website, iv been to 3 grandprix, hungary, montreal and monte carlo, i know what you mean..
That tickets are the ones at the turn, the best seats! theyr cheaper, 110 i think.
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