Race weekend runs November 22 to 25 in the nation’s capital

It’s one of the biggest event on Abu Dhabi’s calendar – and tickets have gone on sale today, for the 2018 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix.

This year’s race is the tenth F1 the UAE has held and it takes place on Sunday, November 25. Race weekend will start on Thursday, November 22, with four Yasalam music headliners set to be announced.

While details of the music headliners won’t be known for some time, ticket deals for the race itself were announced today.

So what’s new? For the first time in the history of the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, you can choose your seat in one of the five grandstands if you book your ticket online.

You can also now buy a Super Parks Pass that will give you access to Ferrari World, Yas Waterworld and the soon-opening Warner Bros. World with your race and gigs ticket. If you get an Abu Dhabi Hill ticket for the weekend it costs Dhs995 (for race and concert access), but if you add the Super Parks Pass, prices start at Dhs1,340.

Kids aged under 12 years old will get in for free on Friday, November 23 as well with every three-day grandstand ticket purchased (maximum of four children for each ticket), and the Kids Go Free deal also offers free access to Yas’ three theme parks on that Friday.

Finally, new hospitality packages are also available, such as new one-day Paddock Club ticket (it costs Dhs3,450 and is only available on the Friday – you do though get tickets to the Thursday and Friday night concerts included in the price).

There’s also Terrace Hospitality packages (in the Main and North Grandstands) and there are brunch, Yas Suites and The Lounge deals available. You can also upgrade three-day Grandstand tickets to get access to the Champions Club, which has TVs showing the race, plus a private restaurant and bar.

Check out the Yas Marina Circuit website for more details including all prices.

November 22 to 25
Yas Marina Circuit, Yas Island, Abu Dhabi, prices vary. Taxi: Yas Marina Circuit. yasmarinacircuit.com

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