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The 2021 edition of the Formula 1 Gulf Air Bahrain Grand Prix will take place between 26 and 28 March and tickets are on sale now for the three-day event for vaccinated or Covid recovered individuals. Tickets are now on sale for the Main Grandstand and Turn 1.

 

Fans this year can expect the excitement of witnessing the first race of the 20021 F1 season, with the unpredictable racing this brings, together with entertainment and extensive food and beverage offerings in the vending area.

Entry eligibility criteria:

Only vaccinated or Covid recovered personnel can attend the 2021 Formula 1 Gulf Air Bahrain Grand Prix

Fully Vaccinated Individuals

(2 weeks have passed since you have taken Dose 2)

Recovered COVID Cases

(2 weeks have passed since date of infection)

 

Entry will only be granted to ticket holders on presentation of one of these badges. Failure to do so will result in entry being denied.

Health protection measures:

Comprehensive measures will be put in place at the circuit to ensure spectators can enjoy the excitement of F1 in a safe environment. In addition to the entry policy, these measures include:

  • Vending area entertainment, food, beverage and fan experiences have been carefully selected to allow for health protection measures and enhanced sanitation.
  • Health screening on entry, with mask wearing compulsory at all times.
  • All entertainment and fan experiences will be outdoors.
I have only received a single dose vaccine. Can I still attend the race?

No, you must have a green shield on your BeAware Bahrain app to be able to attend the race. As per the Ministry of Heath procedures, this will appear two weeks after your second dose.

 

I recovered from Covid-19 a month ago. Can I still attend the race?

Yes, you are eligible to attend the event. As per the Ministry of Health’s procedures, your green badge will be displayed two weeks after your date of infection and will last for a period of 8 months from your positive PCR result.

 

I am due to receive my green badge (fully vaccinated 2 weeks after second dose) the week before the race. Can I buy my ticket now?

As long as your BeAware app displays the green badge showing that you are registered as vaccinated or recovered on the day you are due to attend the F1, you will be granted access.

 

I am vaccinated. Can I attend the race with my children?

In order to maintain the health safety of all, children are only able to attend if they have recovered from Covid-19 and have a green shield on the BeAware App. If not, they are not eligible, even if the rest of their family is vaccinated or Covid-19 recovered.

 

I don’t have a green shield and I meet the criteria. What can I do?

You should phone 444, who will be able to help on this.

 

Can I choose which stand to sit in?

You currently have the option to choose either Main Grandstand or Turn 1.

 

Can I get a refund if I am unable to attend?

The refund policy remains the same as in previous years, which are part of the terms and conditions of your ticket.

 

Can I buy my ticket for someone else or give it to someone else?

The person receiving the ticket must meet the attendance criteria. It is the sole responsibility of the attendee to ensure they are able to comply with these requirements when purchasing a ticket.

2021 Media Kit

The official Media Kit for the Formula 1 Gulf Air Bahrain Grand Prix 2021 is available to download by clicking here.

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