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Grand Prix of Long Beach

Top Speed Fun in Downtown Long Beach

The Grand Prix of Long Beach, held annually on downtown's surface roads, is the longest running street race in the United States. With nearly a quarter-million attendees, it is by far Long Beach's most popular annual event. And, for good reason. It welcomes over 200,000 attendees where the streets of Long Beach are transformed into a fast-paced and challenging race track. Just under two miles long and on roads that surround the Long Beach Convention Center, the race course include challenging hairpin turns and blazing fast straightaways. In 2022, the Grand Prix of Long Beach will be taking place over the weekend of April 8-10. The weekend's main event is the Verizon Indy Car Series, although the weekend has several other races as well. At the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship, check out the modified sports cars as they speed through the streets. The Can-Am Challenge will have classic Can-Am race cars taking over the course for the first time in Long Beach. Racing fans can also checkout the Stadium Super Trucks Practice, Pirelli World Challenge Practice and Motegi Racing Super Drift Challenge.

The Grand Prix of Long Beach is an entire weekend of expos, events, concerts and more. The Lifestyle Expo has the most current products and features in travel, entertainment, recreation and for the home with 150 plus displays. At the Verizon IndyCar Series Fan Experience, check out the classic cars on display as well as interactive experiences and community events. What's more is that when the sun goes down, Long Beach lights up with a full set of live concerts and performances on Friday and Saturday night. Downtown Long Beach is packed with dining options while the Food Truck Experience present's some of Southern California's favorite local eateries. Like any celebration, evenings at the Grand Prix of Long Beach include bars as well as popular local wineries serving up one of California's favorite exports. With so much fast-paced excitement and even more events, the Grand Prix of Long Beach is a weekend that never slows down.

Private Aircraft Charter to Grand Prix of Long Beach FAQ

What do I need to think about when chartering to Grand Prix of Long Beach?

Being that the greater Los Angeles area is packed with airports, getting to and from the Grand Prix of Long Beach couldn't be easier. Closest to the race course and downtown is Long Beach Airport – LGB, which is a 10-mile drive that takes about 10-minutes by car. About the same distance and to the west of Long Beach in Torrance is Zamperini Field Airport – TOA. Because Zamperini Field Airport sees no airlines, there is very little in the way of traffic and crowds. Zamperini Field Airport does have shorter runways, so it is best for mid-sized jets and smaller. If you will also be visiting Los Angeles and points north of Long Beach, Hawthorne Municipal Airport – HHR - is an ideal choice. While Hawthorne Municipal Airport is also a bit smaller, light and most mid-size jets should have no restrictions. Hawthorne Municipal Airport's central location makes it ideal for reaching not only Long Beach, but much of the LA Area.

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