German designer Hermann Tilke was responsible for the course at Yas Marina Track; which saw its first race run in November of 2009, when it became the latest acquisition for the F1 calendar. The first race at this place was likewise the first to be called a day and night competition; starting at 17:00 and continuing into darkness: Floodlights were turned on from the beginning, for a smooth change from daytime to darkness. This same schedule has continued through all succeeding races at this location, while the Abu Dhabi Formula One has taken its permanent place as the last F1 race of the year
In 2012, German pilot Sebastian Vettel shocked everyone by finishing third, after beginning the race from the pits, as he was ineligible from the qualifier rounds due to insufficient fuel.
The Yas Marina Circuit is on Yas Island, which takes up 2,550 hectares of the Eastern Coast of Abu Dhabi, and the 305,355 km race takes 55 laps of the track.
The Yas Marina course is the only one in F1 racing that has every seating area covered, and is likewise the only motor sports venue in the world to have this.
The F1 Paddock Club has gorgeous cool seating areas right above the pit stop lane and across from the start and finishing line, affording amazing views of the track. Guests can follow the competition at different parts of the circuit on the variety of TV screens offered, where they can also follow race stats and see the timing displays in real-time, much like the technical crews.
Fine dining, music and live music are likewise on hand in the club suites.
The Yas Marina Course is not only the home of the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, but also is a place that deals with exhibits, business conferences, business reward gatherings, and banquets. There is constantly substantial requests for this, the most modern and distinct of settings that the Middle Eastern Countries has to provide.
The Last F1 Competition of the Season - Abu Dhabi Grand Prix