Win a unique and priceless piece of F1 memorabilia
BIC offers F1 ticket buyers chance to win a unique and priceless piece of F1 memorabilia
All F1 Ticket holders entered into draw for a framed Bahrain GP license plate signed by every F1 driver!
Bahrain International Circuit (BIC) is set to give away a unique prize to one lucky F1 ticket holder. The incredible prize on offer is a framed Bahrain GP license plate, signed by every F1 driver from the 2020 race.
To have a piece of F1 memorabilia signed by every driver is so rare, it is a prize that money simply cannot buy. This invaluable memento features all 20 signatures of the top flight’s stars, with the date of last year’s unforgettable night race. Everyone who buys an F1 ticket before 12noon on Friday, March 26, will be automatically entered into the draw for a chance to win the prize. One lucky winner will be chosen at random.
The highly anticipated F1 Gulf Air Bahrain Grand Prix 2021 takes place at “The Home of Motorsport in the Middle East” March 26 to 28.
Tickets to the race weekend are now available for all vaccinated or COVID-19 recovered individuals. They are being sold at a single discounted price of BD100 across stands for the three-day event. Comprehensive measures will be in place at the circuit at all times to ensure spectators can enjoy the excitement of F1 in a safe environment.
Tickets can be purchased online at BIC’s official website, bahraingp.com, or at BIC’s newly opened stand at City Centre Bahrain, located on the ground floor near gate number three in the West Court. The stand is operational every day between 10am and 10pm.
Aside from the racing, attendees will be able to enjoy a wide array of fun activities across BIC’s F1 Village vending area, including a selection of wild outdoor rides and fun activities for the whole family. All these attractions and so much more await everyone at BIC this year’s F1 Gulf Air Bahrain Grand Prix weekend. The entire circuit will be bustling with excitement, all while ensuring that the event proceeds in a safe environment and in line with government health advice.