Archive for year: 2019
Holiday is a word that enlightens your mood at every age and point of time. Whether you are in school, university, working professional etc., vacations always leave you rejoiced. And if it is driving holidays to Europe it becomes more thrilling and exciting. Grand Prix and Grand Tours bring to you exhilarating tours to various driving routes like Italy’s Nivolet Pass, Stelvio Pass, France’s Napoleon Route and so much more. We take you through the most picturesque roots adding fuel to your enjoyment.
Our love for Grand Prix took us to organizing tours that include car racing events where you can enjoy car races alongside cherishing the beauty of nature blessed locations. The latest addition in our tourism services allows you to enjoy un-escorted tours. We can arrange private packages for you where you can pick up the location of your choice and we will take care of everything from travel routes to accommodation. Another super cool feature of our Grand Prix Grand Tours offers you to brand your tours. Expanding our tourism services, we have introduced car rental feature quite recently where you can rent luxury vehicles like Porsche, Mercedes, Nissan, Aston Martin, Ferrari and Huracan.
Grand Prix Grand Tours is all about holidaying in high spirit. We arrange tours that include scenic routes, five star accommodations, sports events and so much more. Our world class services include post-race entertainment, upgrading of Grand Prix tickets, flying you to the destination that you have selected for commencement of your tour. We ensure to make your stay comfortable and luxurious by giving you options of continental cuisines and so much more. Driving Holidays that you can experience with us can’t be enjoyed with any other tourism service provider. Do not hesitate to call us for any other query!
OK, so not a driving holiday to Mexico, but a fly-drive and a couple of Grand Prix sounds pretty cool to us! While mulling the January weather at GPGT Towers a year ago, it struck us that one fantastic trip would be a pair of Grand Prix across two consecutive weekends. Land in Mexico City, collect a thundering V8 from Hertz, watch Lewis Hamilton win (yet another) drivers crown at the Autódromo Hermanos Rodríguez, and then thunder up the road to the Circuit of The Americas the following weekend. Admittedly we’d have to fly there and back, but that’s just detail.
I’ve been a huge fan of driving in the states since my wife and I took a Dodge Challenger along the 101 from Napa to Los Angeles. Car rental in the US is cheap, and the gasoline (that’s ‘petrol’ to you and me) is even cheaper. You can get your hands on all manner of eco-unfriendly vehicles without wincing each time you step on the loud pedal. So a leisurely drive between the two Grand Prix has been something we’ve fancied doing for a while.
So what about the route? Well, it’s 17 hours direct drive between the two circuits, which is probably a bit short for an entire week, but there are some seriously epic places to stop off along the way. Driving the coast road from Tampico, crossing the border at Brownsville, and then stopping for a couple of nights in Dallas before the race would be truly epic. And if Lewis Hamilton doesn’t get it sewn-up in Mexico, you’ll be Austin to see it as well.
Though if that all sounds a bit pedestrian, anyone fancy driving to the Brazilian GP instead?