The Abu Dhabi Grand Prix is the traditional end to the Formula 1 season, and is the place to watch the racing action in style. Since 2009, the race has been one of the final two rounds of the season and has always provided drama right to the end of the racing year. In 2010, Sebastian Vettel, Lewis Hamilton, Fernando Alonso and Mark Webber were all in contention to win the World Championship at the final race. Vettel was the victor, winning his first of four drivers’ championships and became the youngest driver to be crowned. There’ll also be a winner crowned in F2, as the support series comes to a close at Abu Dhabi. The 2020 season went down to the wire, with three of the four drivers in contention to win the championship all earning promotion to Formula 1 teams the following year. Built around the Marina on Yas Island - just thirty minutes from the United Arab Emirates capital Abu Dhabi, the circuit has a Monaco vibe as it passes Yas Marina, full of luxury, and passes under the impressive W Hotel. When the race is over and the season is done, there are plenty of opportunities to join the teams as they celebrate a year well done, with Amber Lounge parties and premium hospitality packages popular options for the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix.
As a major sporting and entertainment event in the global calendar to open to spectators in 2021, Yas Marina Circuit have been working hard to develop an event which not only adheres to all government COVID precautionary measures, but promotes a safe and enjoyable experience for all our visitors.
This will include the following measures: