From audio-visual spectaculars to elegantly curated displays, the show provides a dazzling journey through the world of Formula 1.
"We are thrilled that this imaginative and immersive exhibition will debut in Madrid in March 2023 - I know it will become a must-see experience for every F1 fan"STEFANO DOMENICALI, Formula 1 President & CEO
The exhibition includes six principal rooms, each specially commissioned for the show and produced in partnership with award-winning curators, artists, and filmmakers, offering a unique perspective on the extraordinary story of Formula 1.
Tracing the influences of Enzo Ferrari and Ayrton Senna to the unprecedented impact of Netflix’s Drive To Survive series, the exhibition combines the very best interactive and immersive technologies, never-been-seen interviews, historic race cars, artefacts and large-scale installations.
Independently curated and with the support of the sport's most celebrated personalities the exhibition provides a unique portrayal of the sport's rich history, its present day dramas, and the future innovations that lie ahead.
Please allow up to 1.5 hours for the full exhibition experience.
Hall 1, IFEMA Avda. del Partenón, 5 28042 Madrid, España / Spain. Nearest station Feria de Madrid.
This experience is recommended for all ages. All minors must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian.
Tickets start at €19.99 per person with a reduced price for Children (ages 3–12) and Groups (min. 15 people). Under 3s go free.
€2.85 / hour.
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The Exhibition is open at IFEMA Madrid until 4 June 2023.
From audio-visual spectaculars to elegantly curated displays, the Formula 1 Exhibition provides a dazzling journey through one of sport’s most spectacular stories across six purpose-built rooms, each specially designed in partnership with award-winning artists, filmmakers and craftsmen.
The exhibition is a 60 to 90 minute experience, but you are welcome to stay and browse the shop as long as you like.
The exhibition will remain open for 90 minutes from the start of the last entry slot.
The exhibition is at Hall 1, IFEMA MADRID on Avda. Del Partenon, 5 28042 Madrid, Spain.
Yes, the use of strobe lighting will be used during the exhibition, which may affect customers who suffer from photosensitive epilepsy.
Yes. There will be shop at the end of the exhibition.
There will be an assortment of drinks and snacks available for purchase in the café adjacent to the shop at the end of the exhibition.
No food or beverages are allowed out inside the exhibition. If someone in your group needs to consume food or beverages urgently due to a medical condition or if you need to leave the exhibition area for any other reason, just let the nearest exhibition attendant or security person know and they will be happy to escort you to the appropriate area.
Bathrooms are located at the beginning and the end of the exhibition. Please ask a staff member if you require assistance inside the exhibition.
Anyone is welcome to visit our retail areas! You do not need a ticket to do so.
If you are only visiting retail, let security personnel or a staff member know when you reach the entryway, and they will be happy to show you to the shop.
Yes. The exhibition is DDA compliant, and the experience is also an aural experience for those who are partially sighted.
The audio for the exhibition is in English only. All video will be subtitled in Spanish and all written content is available in both English and Spanish.
Yes. The exhibition is suitable for all ages. We do ask that all minors be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian.
Strollers and diaper bags are welcome and there is a changing area available in the IFEMA restrooms. Buggies are not permitted in the inside of the exhibition but there is a safe and lockable area in the entrance area.
Toilets are available at the beginning and end of the exhibition but not during the show.
Registration and ticket validation will close 5 minutes before the session’s start time. If you arrive too late, we unfortunately cannot guarantee your entry to the experience.
Yes, please arrive 15 minutes before the time stated on your ticket so we can make sure you can enter the exhibition at the correct time.
Photography and video recording via a phone are permitted inside the exhibition within certain areas. Please make sure to share your experience by tagging @F1Exhibition
Professional photography and video recording are strictly prohibited without written consent from the organisers.
Yes. There will be chargeable lockers for larger bags and items. Please note that only small handbags will be allowed into the exhibition.
Unfortunately, buggies are not permitted in the exhibition, but storage will be available.
Bag searches will be in place for your safety, this means any bag you bring is subject to search by our trained staff.
Please dress comfortably as this is a walk-through, interactive exhibition.
We do not have gift cards available at this time however, you are welcome to purchase tickets for a future date and they can easily exchange the ticket for any time and date they would like as long as they do so before their ticket expires (the date the ticket is purchased for).
Kids that are 2 years old or less do not require a ticket to attend. They can enter for free with any ticket holding adult.
Flexible entry tickets are good for one admission to an entry time of your choosing for the date on your ticket. Meaning you can arrive at your convenience during our business hours on the date the ticket is purchased for. The time on your ticket is just a placeholder. Flex Tickets will not allow you to skip the line. No additional reservations or steps are required.
You can fill out your group request and submit. An agent will follow up with you and assist in creating your order.
To inquire about a refund please use the contact us form online at feverup.com.
Yes, We will do our best to accommodate guests arriving 15 or more minutes after the time printed on their ticket as best as we are able. This may require you to wait an additional time while we accommodate guests who were on-time for their entry.
Customers can request a date or time exchange for their tickets with Fever by using the Fever app or by providing their Ticket ID via the contact form online at feverup.com.
Ticket prices vary by date and time, please visit the official ticketing page here for more details. Audio guides are included in the price of every ticket.
If you purchased your tickets in advance, download the Fever App, there you’ll see your ticket available on your phone, or as a printout.
Yes. The South, North and East entrance of the fairground give direct access to the different parking areas.
Metro and Cercanías RENFE
The nearest Metro station to IFEMA is Línea 8: Nuevos Ministerios-Aeropuerto T4 (The exit is opposite IFEMA MADRID’s South entrance.). This line connects the venue to the different terminals of Madrid-Barajas Adolfo Suárez airport.
Cercanías RENFE has a direct connection with line 8 of the Metro.
Madrid’s extensive bus network allows you to get to IFEMA MADRID from anywhere in the city.
Línea 73: Diego de León – IFEMA MADRID
Línea 112: Mar de Cristal – Barrio del Aeropuerto
Línea 122: Avenida de América – IFEMA MADRID
Línea 828: Universidad Autónoma – Alcobendas – IFEMA MADRID – Canillejas
There are three taxi ranks inside the IFEMA MADRID enclosure:
There is a supplement of €3.00 to enter and/or exit the facilities.
Uber will have an exclusive pick-up point for you to conveniently meet with your driver, located in the Yellow Parking in front of the South Entrance of IFEMA MADRID.
IFEMA MADRID has road connections to Madrid’s main access and ring roads:
M11 (exits 5 and 7)
M40 (exits 5, 6 and 7)
A2 (exit 7)
By long distance transport:
The Madrid-Barajas Airport Madrid-Barajas Adolfo Suárez airport is just ten minutes away from the trade fair venue and just 12 km from the city centre.
Transfer from the airport:
Taxi: There are many taxi ranks at every terminal.
Metro: The Metro line 8 Nuevos Ministerios connects with two Metro stations at the airport: “Aeropuerto T1 – T2 – T3” and “Aeropuerto T4”.
Bus: There are many urban bus routes operated by the Municipal Transport Company (EMT), as well as interurban buses.
Interurban train: The T4 terminal connects Madrid with many interurban trains, located in the -1 floor of this terminal.
Long distance train
There are interurban trains, as well as long and medium-distance trains at the Atocha station.
Transfer from the station:
Taxi: There is a taxi station at the station’s surroundings.
Metro: In the ground floor, within the station, there is a Metro station connected to two lines.
Bus: There are many bus stops out of the station.
Interurban train: In the ground floor, within the station, there is a interurban train stop.
Yes, service animals are welcome!
A focus of The Formula 1 Exhibition is the safety of guests and ensuring that they have an enjoyable experience. The Exhibition welcomes all service animals and ESAs. No documentation is required for service animals. Should a guest with a service animal or ESA require any additional accommodations to allow them to enjoy the Exhibition we encourage them to alert the Exhibition staff who will help accommodate them.
George Martindale – [email protected] / Harry Millward – [email protected]
The Formula 1 Exhibition is able to host events and accommodate group bookings. For more information, please fill out the contact form.