Abu Dhabi's Formula 1 GP to be held at full capacity
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Abu Dhabi’s Formula 1 GP to be held at full capacity

Abu Dhabi’s Formula 1 GP to be held at full capacity

Those who attend will be required to present a Green Pass through the Al Hosn app and a negative PCR test taken within 48 hours to enter the venue

Abu Dhabi Formula 1 GP

Organisers of the Formula 1 Etihad Airways Abu Dhabi Grand Prix 2021 have confirmed that the season’s final race week will be held from December 9-12 at full capacity at Yas Marina Circuit.

Masks are to be worn at all times and all in attendance will be required to present a Green Pass through the Al Hosn app and a negative PCR test within 48 hours to enter the venue.

Children under the age of 12 will also be permitted to attend events during the race week.

“We will continue to work closely with Formula 1 and all key stakeholders to ensure all relevant safety procedures are implemented to guarantee the safety of everybody present, including the requirement for all in attendance to be vaccinated and present a Green Pass on the Al Hosn app,” said Al Tareq Al Ameri, CEO of Abu Dhabi Motorsports Management.

New tickets are available across several categories including one day tickets and hospitality packages to attend the full four-day event.

The Yasalam After-Race Concerts produced by Flash Entertainment make a return this year too, with Grammy nominated artists, Khalid and Lewis Capaldi confirmed to perform at the Etihad Park on Thursday and Saturday respectively.

All ticket holders will have access to the Thursday concert, headlined by Khalid. In addition, single-day ticket holders will also have access to the day they have the GP ticket for. Two-day ticket holders will have access to the Saturday and Sunday concerts as well as the Thursday, and those with three-day tickets will be able to access all nights of After-Race entertainment.

A Yasalam After-Race concert ticket must be first activated by entering Yas Marina Circuit for the GP on the day you’re attending the concert.

“The return to full capacity is wonderful news and is testament to Abu Dhabi’s rapid, coordinated response to the pandemic and a progressive approach to recovery. With Khalid and Lewis Capaldi already confirmed, the final two AAA artists will be announced soon and will add even more excitement to an already hotly anticipated return of the much-loved Yasalam After-Race Concerts, ensuring an amazing atmosphere at the capital’s favourite music festival,” said John Lickrish, CEO Flash Entertainment.

Across the weekend, a Yas Island Super Parks Pass is now available, allowing holders unlimited access to Ferrari World, Yas Waterworld Abu Dhabi and Warners Bros. World across the race weekend.

The Grand Prix will also celebrate the UAE’s 50th anniversary through a series of activations in the various entertainment zones, as well as Heritage Village.

The Pit Lane Walk also returns this year with fans able to get a closer look at how teams work behind the scenes on Thursday for all ticket holders and an additional option for Paddock Club members to gain exclusive access on Wednesday too.

Modifications have been made to the track this year which has been set up with more opportunities for overtaking among the drivers who will compete in the final race of the season.

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