The F1 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix is the final race of the Formula 1 World Championship, traditionally held at the Yas Marina Circuit in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates. This glamorous event takes place at twilight, offering a unique spectacle with the transition from daylight to a beautifully illuminated track. The race often plays a pivotal role in determining the championship’s outcome, adding extra excitement.
With a stunning backdrop of modern architecture, the Abu Dhabi GP is a fitting conclusion to the F1 season, offering a blend of high-speed racing and luxurious surroundings in one of the world’s most captivating settings.
**Exploring the Circuit**
The renowned “Yas Marina Circuit,” masterminded by renowned German racetrack designer Hermann Tilke, first welcomed racing enthusiasts in 2009.
Situated on Yas Island, Abu Dhabi, in the United Arab Emirates, this circuit, also known as Yas Island Circuit, boasts several distinctive attributes. The race commences in natural daylight but concludes under the glow of artificial lighting. Its lengthy straights at the start and finish offer exhilarating overtaking opportunities, while the intricate mid-section tests drivers’ skill in braking maneuvers. It’s a race that demands excellence from the drivers, ensuring a thrilling spectacle for fans.
But that’s not all:
For all three-day ticket holders, there’s a complimentary circuit walk on Thursday. Stay tuned for the exact timings, to be announced later.
Ample free parking is available at the Yas Marina Mall. Dedicated shuttles will promptly transport you to your chosen grandstand. Please note that parking spaces at the circuit require separate booking.
Regrettably, there are no tickets available for children. The event promoter strongly advises against the attendance of children under the age of seven (7) due to safety and operational considerations. Exceptions may be made if parents or guardians are willing to sign a release, waiver, discharge of liability, and indemnity agreement.