Phuket, Thailand, June 25, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- HotelTravel.com's Formula 1 event guide covers the European Grand Prix in Valencia this week, as the current 2011 campaign finally became interesting after two exciting races in Monaco and Montreal.
Jenson Button's dramatic victory at the Canadian Grand Prix last week pumped new life into his McLaren Mercedes team. He and team-mate Lewis Hamilton now have an excellent chance to make up ground on Red Bull Racing and reigning champ Sebastian Vettel, if both McLaren drivers can finish in the top three on the podium.
HotelTravel.com Chief Information Officer, Olivier Dombey, said: "The last two races have added some spice to the kettle this year. McLaren really needs a strong team effort in Valencia, and Ferrari is also looking for a breakthrough result to salvage its season.
“Ferrari particularly needs as strong race from former F1 champion Fernando Alonso on what should be considered the Spaniard's home track.
"The European Grand Prix offers the perfect excuse for fans to explore Valencia. It is always one of the most popular destinations on the Formula 1 calendar, ideally timed for the start of the Spanish summer," he added.
For more information on the cosmopolitan capital of Spain, Mr Dombey recommended reading HotelTravel.com's most recent destination feature "Valencia: The City Where Old Meets New." The story highlights the city's exotic cultural roots and architecture, while serving up insightful tips on dining, nightlife and where to stay in Valencia.
HotelTravel.com has also created unique promotional deals on Valencia hotels specifically for the European Grand Prix, with rates starting from as low as EUR 30 per night.
For the latest coverage leading up to race weekend, HotelTravel.com’s Formula 1 event guide takes an in-depth look with its lead story "European Grand Prix : More McLaren Please."
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