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If you can't make it to Melbourne for the Australian GP, here's the next best thing. Red Rock Travel (RRT), the Philippines' F1 tour authority, is now selling packages for the 2013 Malaysian Formula 1 Grand Prix. Starting as low as US$ 1,089 per person, you can now watch 22 screaming Formula 1 cars bang wheels at the Sepang International Circuit from March 22 to 25.
Your US$ 1,089 will get you: a 4 day 3 night hotel stay at the Cititel Express with daily breakfast; roundtrip airfare via Malaysia Airlines, K1 Grandstand tickets, two day round trip transfers, and travel insurance. Not bad right? There are also packages if you want to opt for five-star accommodations. Or maybe you'd want to get a better view of the track and upgrade your race ticket. And since you won't be spending all of your time on track, there's a Kuala Lumpur day tour and Genting tour to keep you busy.
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Now that Sebastian Vettel is the 2012 and youngest ever three-time world champion, it's time to set our eyes on the 2013 Formula 1 season. Valencia might be missing in next year's 19-race calendar, but the action once again begins at the Australian Formula 1 Grand Prix staged at the Albert Park Circuit in Melbourne from March 14 to 17, 2013. And Red Rock Travel (RRT), the Philippines' F1 tour authority, is now offering packages for as low as AUS$ 918 per person.
The package include 5 days 4 nights accommodations at the Punt Hill Apartments, round trip airport-hotel transfers, and a Myki public transport smart card. Then, just pick the best spot on the grandstand with race tickets beginning at AUS$ 339.
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Red Rock Travel (RRT), the Philippines' F1 tour authority, is giving thrill seekers a once-in-a-lifetime chance to take the ultimate taxi ride at the 2012 Malaysian Grand Prix. Ride shotgun behind a modern two-seater Formula 1 car as you whiz around the Sepang Circuit at break-neck speeds. Think you've got what it takes to become a future Formula 1 star? Well, try lasting last three laps in the back seat first.
The Malaysian GP F1x2 experience will go out on track for its flying laps from March 30 to 31, 2011 - a week after the Grand Prix. Suit up and put your gear on for a breath-taking three lap taxi ride in a 2001-spec Minardi Formula 1 car, priced at RM 18,000 per person or RM 480,000 for groups of 30.
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Photos courtesy of the Macau Grand Prix Committee 
Macau might be best known for its high-rolling casinos, but on a special weekend in November each year, everyone puts their cards down on the table as they turn the city's streets into a circuit. Be part of history with tour packages from Red Rock Travel (RRT) when the lights turn green at the 58th Macau Grand Prix on November 17 to 20, 2011.
The Macau Grand Prix is the only street circuit in the world where both cars and motorcycle races are held. With 6.2 kilometers of fast straights, tight corners, and uncompromising crash barriers to deal with each lap, it's easily one of the most demanding circuits in the world. It's also where future Formula One champions are made, where the roster of winners's circle includes David Coulthard, Michael Schumacher, and the late Ayrton Senna. The Philippines has also made its mark in the Macau Grand Prix with Arsenio “Dodjie” Laurel as the GP's first consecutive two-time champion in 62' and 63'. 
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Photos courtesy of Singapore GP Pte. Ltd.
Even before the 2011 Formula One season begins Red Rock Travel (RRT), the Philippines' F1 tour authority, is already spicing up the year with tour packages to the action-packed Singtel Singapore Grand Prix

For the last three years, Singapore has been the proud host of the world's only Formula One night race. And on September 23 to 25, 2011, the city streets of Singapore will yet again turn night into day with the roars from 24 high-octane Formula One cars, coupled with a unique combination of sights, sounds, and electric atmosphere at the Marina Bay Street Circuit.

To add to the excitement, Grammy-award-winning Linkin Park will be the headlining band on race day this year. For the past six months, Linkin Park have been on the road in support of their “A Thousand Suns” world tour. With more acts to be announced, fans can look forward to an awesome event that offers spectacular Formula One race action and the world’s best entertainment, all for the price of one ticket. 

RRT's package tours for the 2011 Formula One Singtel Singapore Grand Prix starts at USD 1,126/pax and includes round trip airfare via Singapore Airlines, Philippine travel tax, 4 days 3 nights hotel accommodations with daily breakfast, round trip transfers, travel insurance and 3 day Bay Grandstand Race Tickets.
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