2015 Formula 1 Etihad Airways Abu Dhabi Grand Prix Break
The Abu Dhabi Grand Prix is the last race of the F1 calendar but is far from the least. Abu Dhabi is a relatively new race in the Formula 1 schedule, only introduced in 2009 the Yas Marina circuit is a modern, complex, track is set on the edge of the Yas Marina and features the world’s longest straight. The circuit on one side is watched by people on boats moored in the harbour and surrounded by magnificent over the top grand stands and architecture on the other. Built to the highest of specification, supplies were brought in from around the world, including the surface of the track that was brought in from England, the track, grandstands, and pits were all built in two years. The track is in its infancy after six F1 grand prix races; Sebastian Vettel has made it one of his favourite’s circuits with three wins, Lewis Hamilton has claimed top spot twice and Kimi Räikkönen has claimed one race win here. Although the track does not have the history of other tracks in the F1 schedule it does have the prestigious background of one of the world’s richest countries. The final race of the Formula 1 season on the 29th November will be hosted in Abu Dhabi, which crowns the drivers and constructors champion for the season.
With many more magnificent grand prix at the circuit and more history to be made the Abu Dhabi GP, the race will be around for many years to come, a major fixture in the Formula 1 calendar and one that all the drivers and the teams look forward to.
Thomas Cook Sport wants you to experience the final race drama in Abu Dhabi, our package is your ticket to see the race live, which will leave you with a nail biting finale and see the driver and constructors champion crowned.
Breaks include return flights, accommodation, a welcome event, airport transfers and Sunday circuit transfers. There is also the option to add tickets, VIP Hospitality and Saturday circuit transfers to your booking.
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