Formula One and Ferrari Theme park



Abu Dhabi Grand Prix organisers have unveiled the Yas Marina circuit,

which will host the first race in the country next year. The track, which is still work in progress, was unveiled in art exhibition at the Emirates Palace, where it will remain until the end of November. “Yas Marina Circuit took over my life more than a year ago, and now I’m very proud that Abu Dhabi can present one of the most sophisticated Formula One race tracks in the world,” said Philippe Gurdjian, CEO of Abu Dhabi Motorsports Management.

“A hotel which spans the track, a marina with a beautiful yacht club, and with grandstands which are 100% completely covered – this has never been seen before.” His Excellency Khaldoon Khalifa Al Mubarak, Chairman of ADMM, added: “Yas Marina Circuit represents a significant investment in leading edge sporting infrastructure. “It is a state-of-the-art piece of engineering, design and construction. The circuit and its surrounding footprint join an expanding collection of home-grown initiatives that will positively change the shape of Abu Dhabi in the months and years ahead.

“It has therefore been conceived, designed, and is currently being built according to the particular needs and features of the city in which it will belong.”

The Abu Dhabi Grand Prix will be the final round of the 2009 season on 15 November.


As motor sport is a huge part of the sporting culture of the Middle East, Abu Dhabi is delighted to have secured the right and privilege to host a Formula One Grand Prix from 2009 on behalf of all of the United Arab Emirates. The Grand Prix franchise has been awarded to Abu Dhabi for a renewable seven year term.

The circuit for the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix will be built on Yas Island a natural 2,550 hectare island located to the east of Abu Dhabi island. Along with a The World-Class FIA Sanctioned Racetrack , Yas Island will feature a Ferrari theme park, signature hotels, golf courses, a 300,000 square metre retail area and much, much more.

The World-Class Formula 1™ Racetrack

Spectators will enjoy close, competitive racing played out on three distinct sections of the 5.6km race track. These include high speed areas ending in tight overtaking turns, a street section and a marina section, all of which combine to deliver an unrivalled Formula 1™ viewing experience.

It will be one of the longest and most demanding tracks in the world, and will include an iconic grandstand hairpin for the ultimate in spectator entertainment.

The designer of the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix track is well respected Formula One track architect Herman Tilke, whilst construction is being managed by one of the UAE’s leading property development companies, ALDAR Property Development Company. 

Yas Island

The ethos of Yas Island is to exceed the highest standards of international quality in terms of accessibility, service and environment. It will feature:

  • International Grand Prix Circuit
  • Signature hotels
  • Ferrari Theme Park
  • Water park
  • 300,000 sq m retail area
  • Golf courses
  • Lagoon hotels
  • Marinas
  • Polo clubs
  • Apartments and villas
  • Food and beverage outlets

Ferrari Theme Park

The Ferrari Theme Park is a branded themed entertainment destination offering a range of 24 themed attractions for the entire family. The 70-metre-high G Force tower is one of the most exciting rides you will ever experience. For the first time, a twin rollercoaster ride will allow you and a companion to race against each other. Visitors will also be able to go-karting, and drive rally cars and dune buggies in the theme park. They will also enjoy an 18-screen theatre complex and a huge selection of food and beverage outlets to cater to all tastes.


Etihad Airways

National Airways of U.A.E is the main sponsor of AbuDhabi Grand Prix and are also promoting this spectacular event around the world……………. ask how, Well………………………………………………..


what you lookin at here is not any sticker crap it’s a proper paint job.


this one indeed is a sticker but in matte


~ by Rud3Boy89 on March 2, 2009.

One Response to “Formula One and Ferrari Theme park”

  1. i think Al Dar is try to finish it august n gulf i read it today. It was an interview with the manager of F1 theme park.

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