Formula 1 Gulf Air Bahrain Grand Prix 2024

Event Overview

BIC is set to celebrate its 20th anniversary next year, as the opening round of the 2024 season and its first-ever Saturday night race at the Home of Motorsport in the Middle East on 29 February to 2 March 2024.

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Due to exceptional demand, we have continued to expand our hospitality offerings. This year, we are delighted to offer The Dome Lounge by F1 Experiences, as well as The Champions Club, both tailor-made in response to the massive interest in hospitality options for the grand prix. In addition, the ultimate in world-class hospitality is available in The Paddock Cub Please note that Corporate boxes for 2024 are now sold out.

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Related Organisations


The Bahrain Circuit Racing Club (BCRC) is the Bahrain’s governing body of circuit racing, affiliated with the Federation International Automobile (FIA) through Bahrain Motor Federation (BMF).

The mission of BCRC is to provide leadership, management, advocacy and the administrative of services necessary to enable its membership to maximize their enjoyment of motorsport in all its forms and at every level.



Bahrain Drag Racing Club (BDRC) was a pioneer in motor racing and therefore, Bahrain Drag Racing Club (BDRC) was formed to be one of the biggest clubs in Bahrain.

The club has test and tune and full season championships in one of the world’s best track (BIC).



Bahrain Karting Club (Karting) is a non-profitable racing organization existing to promote the sport of Kart racing, located in the Kingdom of Bahrain which has a long and rich history of motor sport racing. Karting, as it’s commonly called, offers the opportunity to experience, learn, and enjoy the art of racing at reduced costs compared to other forms of racing.

This type of competition is open to everyone including boys, girls, men, and women. The art of driving, the challenge of chassis setup and the ability to adapt changing conditions and competition are awaiting you in Karting. Many of the techniques you will learn are exclusive to Karting.



The Club’s first event was staged on 12th December 1952 and was an open invitation to all automobile motorists and motor cyclists in Bahrain. Throughout the 1950’s, the Club staged a variety of events on a regular basis and continued to strengthen its membership.

In March 1953 the Club’s aims and objectives were outlined and published in the `Al-Khamila’ and `Al-Quafilah’ newspapers as follows, “To provide open membership for all motor enthusiasts and all interested parties, to encourage good fellowship and to set a good standard of driving. All of which will be beneficial to everyone in Bahrain and to the country’s future’.

In the Eighties, the Club maintained an active calendar of events and enjoyed significant support and participation in Bahrain. Regular events included hill climbs, auto-crosses, driving tests and stage and navigation rallies. Bahrain also participated in the Middle East International Rallies until 1984.

The 1990’s have seen the Bahrain Motor Federation go forward in leaps and bounds. The Federation was affiliated to the Federation Internationale De L’Automobile (FIA) in 1997 and held its first Bahrain International Rally in 2000 after an absence on the regional rally of Sixteen years. The event attracts entrants locally, regionally and internationally and is now a permanent fixture on the FIA International Sporting calendar.



The Bahrain Motorcycle Club (BMC) is the governing body of all motorcycle racing off-road and in circuit.

BMC was formed on September 25th 2004 and has achieved its first championship with the Dirt Bike championship in Saar in February 2005 and the Drag Test & Tune in May 2005.



The Club’s objectives are to train and provide officials for all the motor sport events organized in Bahrain, independent and unbiased towards both promoters and organizers.

In addition to this it is MMC responsibility to ensure that all motor sport in Bahrain is conducted in a manner that secures and enhances the safety of all those involved, including participants, officials, spectators and the public under the general guidance of BMF and FIA regulations.