How to Experience the 2020 Formula 1 Gulf Air Bahrain Grand Prix

How to Watch the 2020 Formula 1 Gulf Air Bahrain Grand Prix

Attending any Grand Prix is an experience you won’t forget, but some of the F1 venues stand out more for the sheer spectacle than others. One of them is the Bahrain Grand Prix. In this article, we look at ways to get there to experience its magnificence in person.

The Bahraini circuit is regarded as one of the most advanced circuits in the world. It is home to the motorsports of the Middle East and has featured some of Formula 1’s most exciting moments including Fernando Alonso winning his first race for Ferrari in 2010 and the Lewis Hamilton/Nico Rosberg epic team-battles in 2014.

Racing at the Formula 1 Gulf Air Bahrain Grand Prix

The Bahrain Grand Prix combines the very best of international motorsport with top-class family entertainment and major international musical performances, race fans with tickets to the four-day extravaganza will be able to attend the concerts at no extra cost.

Fun atmosphere at the Formula 1 Gulf Air Bahrain Grand Prix

The concert line-up includes Grammy award-winning DJ and producer, Afrojack, as the major act on Friday 20 March and Global Top 10 DJ, Don Diablo, on Saturday 21 March. Other off-track attractions include a 42 m high Ferris Wheel, a carousel-like Ghost Rider speed ride and carnival games.

Watch the 2020 Formula 1 Gulf Air Bahrain Grand Prix

Please see below for package deals from UK tour operators.

Formula 1 Gulf Air Bahrain Grand Prix 2020 Packages:
Brightsun Travel is offering a three-night package holiday to Bahrain from £674 per person. Package includes returning international flights from London Heathrow with Gulf Air, three nights’ bed and breakfast accommodation in a four-star hotel (Best Western Plus Hotel), airport transfers, entrance ticket to University Grandstand / Victory Grandstand, as well as daily transfers to the Bahrain International Circuit. Travel dates: 19-22 March, 2020.

ST Sports from Southall Travel is offering a three-night package holiday to Bahrain from £740 per person. Package includes returning international flights, three nights’ bed and breakfast accommodation in a four-star hotel (Best Western Plus Hotel), airport transfers, entrance ticket to University Grandstand/ Victory Grandstand, as well as daily transfers to the Bahrain International Circuit. Travel dates: 19–23 March 2020, prices based on two people sharing.

ST Sports from Southall Travel is offering a three-night package holiday to Bahrain from £955 per person. Guests looking for the ultimate luxury F1 experience can indulge at either the five-star Gulf Hotel or the Crowne Plaza. Packages include international return flights, three nights’ bed and breakfast accommodation, airport transfers, entrance ticket to University Grandstand/ Victory Grandstand, as well as daily transfers to the Bahrain International Circuit. Travel dates: 19-23 March 2020, prices based on two people sharing.

Ferrari at the Formula 1 Gulf Air Bahrain Grand Prix

The Grand Prix:
Located at Sakhir, 30km south-west of Manama, the beautifully designed Bahrain International Circuit opened in 2004 and was built by the renowned circuit designer Herman Tilke. There are five potential track layouts within the complex, consisting of an inner track for testing, club events, and an outer track for all classes of racing, incentive events, and heavy-duty testing. The F1 track itself consists of 15 main turns of different widths to provide varied racing lines.

As well as the Formula 1 Gulf Air Bahrain Grand Prix, fans can also watch FIA Formula 2, the FIA Formula 3 Championship, which will appear for the first time in Bahrain and the Porsche Sprint Challenge Middle East.

For more details on the Formula 1 Gulf Air Bahrain Grand Prix 2020, please visit bahrainf1.co.uk.

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