Kids go free at Abu Dhabi Grand Prix with Family Fun Pass


Organisers of the Formula 1 Etihad Airways Abu Dhabi Grand Prix 2021 have unveiled an irresistible offer for families.

The Family Fun Pass will offer free access to four children under 12 when accompanied by two adults. 

The announcement comes after updated government regulations means the 13th edition of the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix returns to full capacity, allowing more spectators the opportunity to take in the exhilarating action across race week.

On Friday of race week, families will have the opportunity to watch drivers perfect the new circuit and beat their lap times ahead of the race on Sunday in a family-friendly atmosphere at the top of the famous Abu Dhabi Hill with thrilling views of the Circuit’s longest straight and Turn 2 to 6.

The Family Fun Pass ticketholders will have access to Thursday’s Track Walk along the entire circuit and can also go for Friday’s Yasalam After-Race Concert.

For those families looking for extra thrills, on Friday they can also take advantage of free access for kids to Ferrari World, Yas Waterworld Abu Dhabi, and Warner Bros. World Abu Dhabi. And if one day of theme park action isn’t enough, families can upgrade to a Super Parks Pass, an incredible deal that offers unlimited five-day access to the three theme parks from December 9, Thursday, to December 13, Monday. 

"We’re delighted that the updated government regulations mean we can once again offer the Family Fun Pass and welcome families to the Friday of the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix week to experience the exhilarating track action," Saif Al Noaimi, Acting CEO, Abu Dhabi Motorsports Management.

"They’re guaranteed family-friendly thrills throughout the day between the drivers taking to the circuit and this year’s Oasis area serving up incredible all-day entertainment, delicious F&B and F1 merchandise."

The race action at this year’s event will showcase motorsport’s biggest stars, including Lewis Hamilton, Max Verstappen, Valterri Bottas, and Lando Norris, take on the newly reconfigured track for the first time. 

A selection of precautionary measures will remain in place, including temperature checking, venue sanitization and social distancing, while there will be a first-aid and COVID-19 testing point on site, which will include a dedicated quarantine room for suspected cases.

And, in accordance with government regulations, masks must be worn at all times and all in attendance will be required to present a Green Pass through the Al Hosn app and a negative PCR test within 96-hours to enter the venue.

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