2021 Formula 1 Etihad Airways Abu Dhabi Grand Prix tickets available
Abu Dhabi Motorsports Management Company announced the release of tickets for the Formula 1 Etihad Airways Abu Dhabi Grand Prix for the year 2021, allowing racing and entertainment enthusiasts to enjoy the exciting races and festive atmosphere in the 13th edition of the race, which this year offers an additional touch of suspense with the modifications of the track Yas Marina Circuit.
Yas Marina Circuit will host this season's race weekend from 9-12 December, with the start of the final race of the 2021 F1 season kicking off on its track on Sunday.
Race tickets are available in a limited number, and organizers who wish to attend this special event are urged to quickly book their tickets through the official website of the Yas Marina Circuit.
The global event is distinguished by its unique mix of exciting motorsport competitions fought by some of the best drivers in the world, and world-class entertainment events, and the organizers revealed the return of the Yasalam Festival after the race, which is presented by Flash Entertainment, which will be held over four days. To be greeted by a selection of the biggest stars of international music and singing, and their names and concert schedule will be announced later.
The competition and excitement of the race track is expected to intensify this year with the modifications to the Yas Marina Circuit track, to provide the Formula 1 Grand Prix in Abu Dhabi, in addition to the support races taking place on the race weekend, an additional dose of excitement for racing enthusiasts.
These modifications to the track will be implemented during the summer season and, when hosting the race, will increase the possibilities of overtaking and racing alongside and increase the levels of excitement and excitement.
While this year's sports and entertainment event celebrates its 13th edition, its organizers have continued to develop it since the Yas Marina Circuit hosted the first edition of the race in 2009, to occupy a leading position on the motor racing calendar, and the race in this year's edition is sure to provide fun And entertainment for the public with various recreational activities and events that are held on the sidelines of the race, in addition to the events that are held to celebrate the fiftieth anniversary of the establishment of the Federation.
In line with government directives and within the framework of ensuring the health and safety of attendees and participants, the event will witness a few changes when it is organized at the end of this year, and this includes allocating oasis areas for each runway, developing a food and beverage service to avoid queuing, and organizing the touring event on the race track on Thursday to replace The tour of the pits allows ticket holders to get a closer look at the race track, the corners that drivers take, and take souvenir photos on the track.
The race weekend will also witness many racing events and accompanying recreational activities, which include holding the Formula 4 UAE and Formula 2 races to be races in support of the main event, and events that witness the attendance of members of the Abu Dhabi-based Yas Heat esports team, in addition to the return of the Yasalam Festival parties when After the race, the thrill and entertainment for this year's ticket holders.
On this occasion, Saif Al Nuaimi, Acting CEO of Abu Dhabi Motorsports Management Company, commented: “We are delighted to announce the release of tickets for the Formula 1 Etihad Airways Abu Dhabi Grand Prix for the year 2021, and we look forward to the return of Formula 1 fans to the Yas Marina Circuit to provide them with a weekend filled with excitement and entertainment. ".
He continued, "The Grand Prix is one of the most important sporting events in Abu Dhabi. Over the past years, it has provided its patrons with unforgettable moments, whether on the race track, in the oasis areas or after-race parties, and we expect the event to continue its distinguished career this year."
He added, "Of course, the crowd plays a major role in the festive atmosphere that characterizes the race, and we are pleased to welcome the audience again at the Yas Marina Circuit, where we offer them the opportunity to watch some of the best Formula 1 drivers compete side by side on the race track."
And he added, "In the coming months, we will work in cooperation with the Formula 1 administration and our strategic partners in the country to take appropriate preventive measures and implement them in order to preserve the health and safety of attendees and participants, as we worked on during the past events hosted by Yas Marina Circuit since the emergence of the Covid-19 virus."
"The highly anticipated return of the Yasalam concerts aligns with the exciting recent developments underway in preparation for this year's Abu Dhabi Grand Prix weekend," said John Lecrich, CEO of Flash Entertainment.
He added: "What distinguishes the event this year is the additional eagerness and enthusiasm for the artists to revive the Yasalam Festival concerts, as they witnessed Abu Dhabi's pioneering response to confronting the Covid-19 virus, and they also appreciate the important position of the post-Grand Prix concerts in Abu Dhabi to interact with their fans and fans in a way directly, and in a safe environment.
Then he continued: "The audience is very eager to attend live concerts and is looking forward to their distinctive atmosphere, nothing compares to that, and we invite Formula 1 fans and concert lovers to anticipate an exciting announcement during the coming period as we continue to cooperate with Abu Dhabi Motorsports Management Company, Formula 1 Management, and our partners, to provide a sports experience. Unforgettable entertainment in a safe environment.
In turn, Amina Taher, Vice President of Brand, Marketing and Sponsorship at Etihad Airways commented: “We are delighted to have our brand associated with the region’s largest and most popular sports and entertainment events, as the official sponsor, and we look forward to the public returning to Yas Marina Circuit to enjoy the racing activities.”
She added: "As the official carrier of the UAE, we are proud of the mission to take visitors from all over the world to Abu Dhabi to enjoy this wonderful event, and the leading destinations that distinguish Abu Dhabi. Etihad Airways continues to work to provide support to organize this special event in Abu Dhabi this year, which coincides with UAE celebrations of the fiftieth anniversary of the establishment of the Union.
Mohamed Al Zaabi, CEO of Miral, commented: "The Formula 1 Grand Prix in Abu Dhabi, the region's largest entertainment sporting event, has become synonymous with Yas Island."
He continued: "The return of the global event in its 13th edition to the Yas Marina Circuit confirms the leading position enjoyed by Yas Island as a global destination for sports, entertainment and major business events. Yas Island, with its leading facilities, is a global destination that is keen to provide security and safety for its visitors, as well as offering to its upcoming guests. From outside the country and residents there will have unique experiences and unforgettable moments. We look forward to welcoming the race guests to our award-winning tourist destinations and theme parks.”
Yasser Saeed Al Mazrouei, CEO of Exploration, Development and Production at the Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC), commented: “Coinciding with the celebrations of the UAE and ADNOC this year for the golden jubilee of their founding, we are looking forward to the return of fans to the stands of the Yas Marina Circuit in December to follow the race Another final of the Formula 1 World Championship.
And he added: “While the Formula 1 Grand Prix in Abu Dhabi remains the most important event on the list of social events, we continue to cooperate with Abu Dhabi Motorsports Management Company, within the framework of our strategic partnership, so that the Yas Marina Circuit remains the number one destination throughout the year for motorsport enthusiasts, continuing to work together To develop and support emerging talent in the country on the racing track and in the various sectors related to the sport of racing.”
As the organizers have been used to by F1 fans over the past years, there are multiple options for tickets available to cater to different tastes and interests, including favorites at both Abu Dhabi Hill and the Main Stand. Guests wishing to add an extra touch of luxury can choose one of the many hospitality packages that give them the opportunity to Enjoy one of the most important sports and entertainment events in the region in an exclusive atmosphere, high-end food and beverage options, and live music by DJs, in addition to the Yasalam After-Race Festival parties. This year’s hospitality options include Yas Suites, Marina View Suites, and Club Champions, The Sun Pavilion and The Paddock Club, where guests can book a three-day class ticket and enjoy an unforgettable F1 weekend experience.
Due to the current exceptional circumstances, ticket holders can choose to attend only one evening of the After-Race Concerts at Etihad Park, which will be attended by some of the best international music stars, and three-day ticket holders can choose to attend one of the four After-Race Concerts, holders of Two-day class remembers to choose one party from the days corresponding to the days of the ticket, while holders of one-day class tickets can attend the party that takes place in the evening of the day corresponding to the day of the ticket in their possession.
An elite group of the best racing drivers in the world, including Lewis Hamilton, Max Verstappen, Charles Leclerc, Valtteri Bottas and Lando Norris, are taking part in the turns of the Yas Marina Circuit in the final round of the Formula 1 World Championship, which brings the curtain down on this exciting season of the championship.
The current season started in March at the Sakhir International Circuit in Bahrain, and the championship continued in Italy, Portugal, Spain, Monaco, Azerbaijan and France, where Verstappen scored the third win in a row for Red Bull Racing in this exciting season, continuing to lead the drivers' standings, and the races that continue It takes place around the world over the coming months, eventually landing on Yas Island in Abu Dhabi.
Verstappen had grabbed first place in the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix last year, despite the successes achieved by Hamilton at the Yas Marina Circuit previously, where he scored five wins in the past few years, most recently in 2019.
In 2021, Abu Dhabi proved its leading position as a global destination for major sporting events. Earlier this year, it hosted the Abu Dhabi HSBC Golf Championship, Al Nazzal Island, the Abu Dhabi Open Women's Professional Tennis Championships, and the Abu Dhabi Tour.
It is preparing during the coming period of this year to host the 2021 World Swimming Championships for short distances (25 meters), the 2021 Spartan World Championships, and the Abu Dhabi World Triathlon Championship.
Abu Dhabi is also one of the world's leading destinations in organizing major events in light of the circumstances related to the Covid-19 pandemic, and the hosting and organization of the Grand Prix in Abu Dhabi last year is a clear example of this.
In light of the challenges that the world witnessed during that period, 600 first-line champions were invited to follow the race and test the race weekend experience on Yas Island, in appreciation of their efforts and sacrifices for the sake of the nation.
In the current year’s edition of the race, the organizers apply strict precautionary and preventive measures to attend the race and the accompanying entertainment events, as the attendees from residents in the country must obtain two doses of one of the approved vaccinations within a period of no less than 28 days, in addition to showing a negative result for a smear examination. The nose has been issued less than 48 hours from the date of attendance. As for ticket holders who are not residing in the country, they must present approved documents proving that they have received the vaccination, in addition to a negative result of the nasal swab examination.
Other precautionary measures include measuring the temperature of visitors upon arrival, sterilizing site facilities, and applying social distancing, and first aid cadres and Covid-19 testing stations are located within the site, which also includes designated isolation rooms in the event of any suspected positive case, and in line with government directives. Regarding the response to COVID-19, all attendees must have two doses of vaccination, so attendance at the event is exclusive to those over 12 years old.
Tickets are available from the official Yas Marina Circuit website.
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