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Race to the F1 Bahrain in jet-setting style
Feel the heat as the Formula One circuit takes you to the island of Bahrain! The first Grand Prix to be held in the Middle East, this is a race not unfamiliar with excitement and controversy - ever the Formula One way! Experience it all with F1 Bahrain tickets now available to buy and sell via StubHub.
Beat the Middle East heat under iconic spotlights
Officially known as the Kingdom of Bahrain, a small island nation lies between the Qatar peninsula and the eastern coast of Saudi Arabia, is linked by the King Fahd Causeway - a 16 mile stretch of road built to establish and improve bonds between the two countries. With a population of just 1.2 million people and a tiny 295.5 square miles in size, Bahrain is the third smallest nation in Asia behind Maldives and Singapore. After fighting off competition to stage an F1 race from Lebanon, Egypt and the United Arab Emirates, the first race was held during the 2004 season at the Bahrain International Circuit in Sakhir. Initially won by the legendary Michael Schumacher, fellow German Sebastian Vettel followed and became the most successful racer here, with four wins as of 2018. The Bahrain GP became the second after the Singapore Grand Prix to be staged as a night event under magnificent floodlights. For a truly exhilarating sporting experience under the Middle Eastern stars, get your F1 Bahrain tickets, available to buy and sell via StubHub now!
Honoring a racing legend
In 2006, the Bahrain GP kicked off the season for the first time. Usually held by the Australia Grand Prix, which was pushed back to avoid a clash with that year's Commonwealth Games, the opening race saw a circuit re-configuration, increasing the lap length to become an "Endurance Circuit" layout in order to celebrate the F1's diamond jubilee. In the following years, however, it was reverted back to its original layout. In 2014, organisers announced a decision to name the first corner of the track after Michael Schumacher, in honor of the seven-time world champion and three-time British Grand Prix winner. See his old team and six-time Bahrain GP winners Ferrari compete alongside the likes of Mercedes and Red Bull in this fast-paced thrill of a race track. Can Vettel get another win, or can Hamilton or Alonso take him down? See all the action live, with F1 Bahrain tickets now available to buy and sell via StubHub now!
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