Formula 1 - Abu Dhabi Grand Prix - Yas Marina Circuit
Friday 29th November 2018 - Sunday 1st November 2018
Abu Dhabi Grand Prix: Premium Tickets and Hospitality Packages - Yas Marina Circuit.
The Yas Marina Circuit is situated on Yas Island around 30 minutes from Abu Dhabi. Designed by Hermann Tilke, this is the second Formula 1 track in the Middle East. The circuit hosted its first Grand Prix on the 1st November 2009. It was the first circuit to host a Formula 1 twilight race using floodlights to illuminate the circuit to ensure a seamless transition from day to night.
The circuit is one of the few venues to run in an anti-clockwise direction, and it is also unique as the only track with an underground pit lane. With top speeds of 320km/h, it consists of 20 corners, made up of 9 right turns and 11 left turns which twist through the man-made island, passing along the marina and under the 5-star Yas Marina Hotel.
After the 2017 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, the circuit is looking to implement changes in order to make the track present more overtaking opportunities, however the Yas Marina circuit has already been praised as an enjoyable and unique circuit that presents challenges to the expert drivers in the last race of the season.
Check below for our available premium tickets and hospitality packages.
Abu Dhabi - North
Abu Dhabi Grand Prix - Yas Marina Circuit - North (Fri-Sun)
Located on a hairpin turn, North grandstand offers a unique experience, with extensive views of the circuit. Thanks in part to the flat geography of the circuit, from here you will be able to see the cars take the tight hairpin turn, then speed straight onto the longest straight of the circuit. Overtaking opportunities abound in close view, as further down the straight the first DRS zone begins.
The North Package includes:
TV screen (subject to change)
Abu Dhabi - Marina
A true gem of the circuit, the Marina Grandstand can offer you stunning views of the Marina, and the spectacularly illuminated Yas Viceroy Hotel. The grandstand is located at the beginning of the second DRS zone, where cars within one second of another car can activate the DRS, making the car aerodynamically faster than its rival. This, together with the complex turns and corners on both sides of the grandstand make for an intense viewing of the race.