Bahrain F1 executive packages sold out, as fans flock for tickets
MANAMA: All 35 executive packages offered by Bahrain International Circuit for the Gulf Air Bahrain Grand Prix in April have been sold out.
The Circuit launched the corporate packages, priced at BD9,900 each, designed for businessmen and corporations, who wish to entertain clients in style.
The package offers private suites that are able to host up to 24 guests and include facilities such as fully carpeted and lined lounge, brunch area, relaxation area, race viewing balcony, television screens, toilets, kitchen and service staff.
The corporate lounge will also include three-day tickets providing access to the circuit for 24 persons, free VIP parking, a host of hot and cold beverages, snack buffet and a complimentary VIP package which includes the official programme, one circuit souvenir and ear plugs.
The corporate boxes are located directly above the Main Grandstand, opposite the pits and the start/finish line, providing a privileged view of all the excitement, hype and thrills of the unique event.
Other motor sport fans in the region can get their tickets and reserve their seats when Bahrain the first Formula 1 Grand Prix ever in the Middle East.
More than 9,000 tickets have been locally sold to date, said officials.
Road shows will be organised to promote this premier motor sport event throughout the Arab world soon, said officials.
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