The Abu Dhabi Grand Prix is one of the last to be contributed to the F1 Championships, with the inauguration race having actually taken place in November 2009, at the Yas Marina Circuit, on one of the tracks designed by Germany's Hermann Tilke. This initial competition was the first to be known as a day-night competition, as it started at 17:00 hours and completed after dark, with the floodlights turned on from before the start to make transitioning easier. All following races at this course have actually started and finished at the same time of night, as well as the Abu Dhabi GP has actually become a fixture as the last race of the F1 year.
In 2012, German pilot Sebastian Vettel amazed everybody by coming in 3rd, after beginning the competition from the pit lane, as he was disqualified from the qualifying rounds due to lack of fuel Formula one in Abu Dhabi.
The Yas Marina Track is situated on the 2,550 hectare Yas Island, on Abu Dhabi's Eastern Coast, with the race taking 55 circuits of the course, to cover a total range of 305,355 km Abu Dhabi Grand Prix.
The Yas Marina circuit is unique in F1 racing that has every seating area covered, and is likewise the only motorsports venue worldwide to have this.
Incredible, completely cool seating areas await guests of the Formula One Paddock Club, just across from the beginning line and right above the pits, where they get one-of-a-kind viewing opportunities. A number of large screen TVs allow club guests to follow the race anywhere else on the track, while keeping up with race statistics, and having access to the timing displays utilized by pit staff.
Fine cuisine, music and entertainment are also on hand in the club rooms.
The Yas Yas Marina Island Circuit not just provides an ideal venue for the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, but also for banquets, business conferences, company reward gatherings, and exhibitions. This is the most up-to-date and distinct location in all of the Middle Eastern Countries and is incredibly sought-after for numerous celebrations.
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