Formula 1 Gulf Air Bahrain Grand Prix 2024

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Get your tickets now to the Formula 1 Gulf Air Bahrain Grand Prix 2025 and enjoy up to 15% off in our Early Bird promotion, for a limited time only. Take advantage of this incredible offer and secure your seats for F1's most spectacular night race, taking place over the weekend of April 11 to 13, 2025, at "The Home of Motorsport in the Middle East".

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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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Future stars set to showcase skills in F2 support races at F1 Bahrain GP 2019

The Formula 1 weekend at Bahrain International Circuit (BIC) enjoys a stellar on-track support programme each year, and headlining it all is the FIA Formula 2 Championship. 

Formerly known as the GP2 Series, Formula 2 has been an essential part of the Bahrain Grand Prix weekend from the very beginning.

It is widely accepted to be the chief feeder category to Formula 1, with many of its graduates moving on to the top flight after honing
their skills at this level. Among them on the current Formula 1 grid are reigning World champion Lewis Hamilton of Mercedes, Charles Leclerc of Ferrari, Sergio Perez of Racing Point, Nico Hulkenberg of Renault, Romain Grosjean of Haas, Pierre Gasly of Red Bull Racing, Lando Norris of McLaren, George Russell of Williams, and Antonio Giovinazzi of Alfa Romeo.

Formula 2 will be staging the opening round of its 2019 season in Bahrain. The new campaign is set to feature 12 meetings in all, each running in conjunction with a Formula 1 Grand Prix.



Since its inception, Formula 2 was designed to reflect five core values: performance, cost control, entertainment, safety and preparation. The sporting and technical regulations are the blueprint of the championship and are only changed if the proposed modifications fit into the
template formed by these values, which remain the guiding principles of Formula 2.

Formula 2 lap times are highly competitive, with the final few rows on the grid proving that there isn’t another junior formula which can match the performance levels of this series.

Engines provide over 612bhp, plus ground effects and proper slick tyres make Formula 2 cars powerful and tricky to handle.

With two races per weekend, reverse grids, compulsory pit-stops, prime and option tyres and 22 identical cars on display, the series never fails to entertain.

There are 20 cars representing 10 teams on the grid this season. In preparation for the 2019 campaign, the field conducted a pair of pre-season tests held in Jerez in February and in Barcelona earlier this month.

Among the more prominent drivers competing this year is Mick Schumacher, who is the son of seven-time Formula 1 World champion Michael Schumacher. He will be taking to the tarmac with Italian outfit Prema Racing, alongside Indonesian teammate Sean Galeal.

A few other big names this season include Williams test and reserve driver Nicholas Latifi from Canada who races for French team DAMS,
Renault test driver Jack Aitken from Great Britain who competes for Spanish team Campos Racing, and former Formula 1 test driver Nikita Mazepin from Russia who drives for ART Grand Prix, who are also from France.



There is one lady driver on the grid this season, Colombian Tatiana Calderon, who races for British squad Arden.

Other teams on the grid this year are Carlin and UNI-Virtuosi Racing from Great Britain, Sauber Junior Team by Charouz from the Czech Republic, MP Motorsport from the Netherlands, and Trident from Italy.

Last year’s champion was Briton Russell, who competed with ART Grand Prix.

Tickets are selling fast for the Bahrain Grand Prix weekend, which is set to be open to the public over four days for the first time. Tickets for seating to the Main Grandstand are BD150 apiece. A Batelco Grandstand ticket for all four days originally costs BD120, but there are also two other options for Batelco Grandstand seats. For a ticket to Saturday and Sunday only, the cost is BD100, while for Friday only it is BD60.

A four-day ticket to the Turn One Grandstand is BD100 before any discount; whereas University and Victory Grandstand tickets are originally BD60 apiece.

It is worth noting that BIC is covering the Value Added Tax (VAT) on all Bahrain Grand Prix ticket prices, saving fans from any additional expense to attend the Formula 1 spectacle. The prices continue to be amongst the most competitive for any event on the Formula 1 calendar.