Yacht slip for Firestone Grand Prix of St. Petersburg
Date(s) - Mar 25, 2015 - Mar 29, 2015
Prestigious port provides prime view for the Firestone Grand Prix of St. Petersburg
Luxury motorsports experience with unprecedented access returns March 25-29
One of the most exclusive experiences in motorsports, the Yacht Club at the Firestone Grand Prix of St. Petersburg, returns March 25-29. Located on a custom-built private dock in the St. Pete South Yacht Basin, the Yacht Club promises unprecedented access and viewing of the three-day festival of racing, entertainment and fun.
Boating enthusiasts who purchase a slip in the Yacht Club will have the opportunity to experience some of the best racing that North America has to offer, with the Verizon IndyCar Series headlining the event and Stadium Super Trucks, Pirelli World Challenge, Indy Lights, Pro Mazda and USF2000 Championships rounding out the schedule of racing for the weekend.
“One of the best and most unique experiences for the Firestone Grand Prix is located on the water,” said Kim Green, Co-Owner, Chairman and CEO of Green Savoree Racing Promotions, organizers of the Firestone Grand Prix of St. Petersburg. “The Yacht Club brings a Monaco-style ambience to the event and it’s a great place to view the world-class racing that our event has to offer.”
Boat slips for the Yacht Club are now available and offer many benefits, including a complimentary water taxi, VIP Yacht Club access and parking, paddock passes, pit passes for most race sessions, closed-circuit video feed of on-track activity and on-shore video board viewing. Pricing starts at $4,125 for a 30-79 foot slip and $8,750 for an 80-150 foot slip.
To learn more about the Yacht Club experience, visit gpstpete.com or call (727) 898-4639 ext. 203.
About the Firestone Grand Prix of St. Petersburg
The Firestone Grand Prix of St. Petersburg is run on a 1.8-mile, 14-turn waterfront circuit that includes a combination of adjacent downtown streets circling Pioneer Park, the Duke Energy Center for the Arts, The Dali Museum and extending onto the runways at Albert Whitted Airport, which overlook the Tampa Bay and picturesque St. Petersburg Harbor and Marina.