Tickets selling out fast for Abu Dhabi Grand Prix

Less than 2,500 grandstand tickets remain for huge event

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The hottest ticket in town is selling out fast – with less than 2,500 grandstand seats left for the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix.

The finale to the Formula One season will take over Yas Island from Thursday, November 23 until Sunday, November 26, with fans flocking to see a host of stars both on and off the track.

While Lewis Hamilton has already clinched the drivers’ title, there will still be plenty at stake as motor sport’s best vie for a final victory of the season.

The Yasalam after-race concerts – which are free to attend for fans with F1 tickets – also look set to be a huge hit, with superstar DJ Calvin Harris opening up proceedings on Thursday, followed by Kendrick Lamar, Mumford & Sons and Sunday headliner P!nk.

Main, North and West Grandstand and Abu Dhabi Hill tickets have already sold out, with South and Marina Grandstand seats set to follow soon.

South Grandstand two-day tickets include access to the F1 Fanzone on Thursday and the Calvin Harris gig, while Marina Grandstand seats offer access to all Oasis areas, providing food, beverage and merchandise outlets, plus a wide variety of entertainment.

All ticket holders can also upgrade their Abu Dhabi Grand Prix race weekend experience to include Golden Circle Upgrades to the After-Race Concerts and GP Park Passes (which include free access to Yas Water World and Ferrari World Abu Dhabi).

South Grandstand tickets are Dhs1,875 for two days and Dhs2,080 for three days and Marina Grandstand tickets start at Dhs1,875 for two days and are Dhs2,080 for three days.

Yas Marina Circuit, Yas Island, www.yasmarinacircuit.com (02 659 9800).

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