Fans who want to attend the Etihad Airways Abu Dhabi Grand Prix 2021 can now buy tickets with the return of the race, with the 13th edition of the event taking place on a new Yas Marina runway in December.
This year, the 9-12 December race week takes place on Yas Island, with the big season ending the season.
Attendance of fans will be restricted this year to comply with the COVID-19 distancing protocols and tickets can be booked on the Yas Marina Circuit website.
Fans can also look forward to the return of the Yasalam concerts to the race, which was canceled last year due to the coronavirus pandemic, with the four superstar artists and bands to be announced later this year.
The racing action will be enhanced by a number of changes to the track at Yas Marina Circuit, which will be implemented to increase the potential for overtaking and improve the overall reaction and visual spectacle.
In line with government regulations, and to ensure the safety of all who are there, changes will take place this year, including designated Oasis areas, an improved food and beverage service where orders can be delivered directly to tables and a track word. Walk, which replaces Thursday’s Pit Lane Walk and gives fans the opportunity to take photos and experience the same turns as the drivers.
The Grand Prix also celebrates the UAE’s 50th anniversary through a series of activities and entertainment zones, as well as a Heritage Village.
Both F2 and F4UAE will race on the undercard.
Acting CEO Abu Dhabi Motorsports Management Saif Al Noaimi said: “We are very excited to announce that tickets are now on sale for the Formula 1 Etihad Airways Abu Dhabi Grand Prix 2021, as we want the fans back Welcome to Yas Marina Circuit for a fantastic weekend of sports and entertainment.
‘The highlight of Abu Dhabi and the United Arab Emirates’ sports calendar. This event has always yielded fantastic moments, as well as off-track, and we expect this year to be nothing different.
‘Of course spectators play a big role in creating the special atmosphere that we will associate with the event, and we are delighted that they will be here again, giving them the opportunity to see some of the biggest stars of Formula One. 1 go straight -head out on the track.
“In the coming months, we will continue to work with Formula 1 and all key stakeholders to ensure that the appropriate safety procedures are implemented to ensure the safety of all present, as we have done for all occasions since the outbreak of COVID. presented at the Yas Marina Circuit. -19. ”
As always, there are a variety of ticket options for fans to choose from, with regular seating available on Abu Dhabi Hill and in the grandstands, while guests wishing to experience the event in luxury can choose from a range of hospitality packages, including Yas Suites, Marina Views Suite, Champions Club, Shams Suite and the Paddock Club, where guests can purchase a three-day ticket and enjoy the ultimate F1 experience. Tickets will then be issued closer to the event.
Strict precautions will be in place at the Yas Marina Circuit for this year’s event, and UAE residents who attended it should have received two doses of a COVID-19 vaccine approved by the UAE, as well as a negative PCR test result within 48 hours after entry. the venue. Non-UAE residents will also need to provide authorized documentation and evidence of vaccination, along with a negative result on the PCR test.
Other precautions include temperature control, sanitation of places and social distance, while there will be an emergency and COVID-19 test point on site, which will include a dedicated quarantine room for suspicious cases. Children under the age of 12 are not allowed to attend the event.