Kids go free at Abu Dhabi Grand Prix 2018

This nifty offer will be welcome news to families

Kids go free at Abu Dhabi Grand Prix 2018

Abu Dhabi Grand Prix bosses have announced a new package which should go down very well with parents.

Youngsters can experience the thrills and spills of the awesome Formula One weekend experience for free, as long as they’re with a paying adult.

Up to four children under the age of 12 can tag along with an adult for free on Friday November 23 with each three-day adult Grandstand ticket purchased.

And what’s more, if you have purchased a Super Parks Pass, the Kids Go Free offer will also extend to Ferrari World Abu Dhabi, Yas Waterworld and Warner Bros World Abu Dhabi.

This year’s Kids Go Free package also includes access to Grandstand ‘free seating’ on Friday for all children under 12 accompanied by an adult with a valid ticket.

While kids can also have access to all entertainment areas within the Circuit including the F1® Fanzone and Oasis Areas.

The F1® Fanzone and Oasis Area entertainment will include family friendly entertainment, with plenty to keep everyone entertained.

The most important thing to remember, though, is that this is only available if you register beforehand.

Registration must be completed before November 22 via the Yas Marina Circuit website here

Tickets are available online at www.yasmarinacircuit.com, through the Yas Marina Circuit Call Centre (800 927) or 02 659 9800, as well as at Etihad Shops and Virgin Megastores, and through the YasHUB smartphone app and its Facebook shop: www.facebook.com/yasmarinacircuit.

For all the latest Abu Dhabi Grand Prix 2018 news, keep an eye on our dedicated channel here.

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