Race fans are voting with their feet when it comes to snapping up tickets for the Gulf Air Bahrain Grand Prix. The first Grand Prix ever to be held in the Middle East is creating a real buzz of excitement in the Gulf region and the race...
Race fans are voting with their feet when it comes to snapping up tickets for the Gulf Air Bahrain Grand Prix.
The first Grand Prix ever to be held in the Middle East is creating a real buzz of excitement in the Gulf region and the race organisers are able to announce that subscriptions for one of the specialist packages, the Bahrain Experience, are now sold out.
Race fans shouldn't be alarmed though. There are still tickets available for the historic event on 04.04.04.
As the date for the race draws nearer the interest of race fans and enthusiastic supporters of Grand Prix racing is increasing dramatically. More and more people are waking-up to the fact that World Champion Michael Schumacher and his 19 fellow racers will be arriving in the Middle East in less than two months.
The FIA Formula One World Championship begins its 18-race programme in Melbourne, Australia on March 7th followed two weeks later by the Malaysian Grand Prix in Kuala Lumpur. But it is the third race on the championship calendar that has everybody's pulse racing. The Formula One circus will be arriving in Bahrain shortly after the Malaysian Grand Prix and over the two week period prior to the race the Kingdom and the city of Manama will come alive to the sights and sounds of the fastest sporting show on earth.
Practice for the Gulf Air Bahrain Grand Prix starts on Friday morning with further on-track activity throughout the day and during Saturday. The inaugural Bahrain Grand Prix starts at 14:30 on Sunday 04.04.04 and will be the culmination of years of planning by a great number of people in the Kingdom of Bahrain.