The Abu Dhabi Grand Prix might seem a long way off but now’s the time to take advantage of the early bird discount for tickets for the Formula One season-ending showpiece.
The glamourous and exhilarating motorsport spectacle returns to the capital from November 24 to 26, as Lewis Hamilton, Sebastian Vettel and the rest of the elite battle for top honours at the iconic Yas Marina Circuit.
Since it was introduced to the F1 calendar, Abu Dhabi has not failed to disappoint with each year raising the bar and if you want to see for yourself why it’s one of the most popular events in the country, then now’s the time to purchase tickets with up to 30 per cent off until May 31.
“Our ticket pricing structure allows our most loyal fans and those buying their tickets early to get the best discounts available,” said Nick McElwee, sales and marketing director at Yas Marina Circuit.
“With limited capacity, we know we are going to sell out, and what we try and do is increase the number of ticket purchases early on, this helps our event planning. “Part of the attraction of the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix is the number of international fans, and this is also something that happens as a result of our early bird offers.”
Ticket prices start from Dh995 for a three-day Abu Dhabi Hill pass while Yas suites and Club lounge admission is also available. As the last race of the 2017 season, there could be all to play for.
- WHAT: Formula One Abu Dhabi Grand Prix
- WHERE: Yas Marina Circuit, Abu Dhabi
- WHEN: November 24 to 26
- CONTACT: For more information or to purchase tickets, visit www.yasmarinacircuit.com
Four-time champion Vettel seems to have rediscovered his best form with two victories at Ferrari, while Hamilton and his new Mercedes team mate Valterri Bottas have also topped the podium.
And there could be plenty of twists and turns by the time we reach Abu Dhabi.
Besides the action on the track, you will not be short of options for entertainment with after-race concerts also lined up.
“Of course, whatever happens with the F1 championship, it will always be high drama at the Abu Dhabi GP,” added McElwee.
“Not only do our fans get all the on-track action, but off-track they will get to experience A-list afterrace concerts, fantastic entertainment in our Oasis Areas, a ‘Kids Go Free’ offer this year on the Friday for the first time and finally, easy access to Yas Island entertainment including Ferrari World Abu Dhabi and Yas WaterWorld!”
He added: “We now have thousands of people attending the Abu Dhabi GP each year and this year we are on track to see 65 per cent of attendees being non-UAE residents. That is because we not only provide world-class motorsport action on track but great value entertainment off the track too.”