FIA WORLD RALLYCROSS ABU DHABI
Spectators can enjoy a unique experience at the North Grandstand with a full view of the RallyCross Circuit.
Absorb all of the World Rallycross Abu Dhabi action from the comfort of your reserved seat, with exclusive access to an informal space and avoid the queues to purchase food and beverages from the club menu.
Tickets purchased will be sent to your nominated collection point from March 2019. Alternatively you can pick up your tickets from the ticket office during race week.
Tickets will be sent out in March 2019, delivery timings vary according to location. There are no cancellations, exchanges or refunds available on tickets.
If you lose or misplace your ticket or confirmation receipt, please contact the Yas Marina Circuit hotline on 800 YAS (927) or +971 (0) 2 446 0384, 7 days a week between 9am – 9pm. Spectators will not be able to access any area of Yas Marina Circuit without a valid ticket.
Pit Lane Walk access is granted to all ticket holders.
Food and drink cannot be brought into Yas Marina Circuit, there are many food and beverage outlets at various locations inside the venue.
The after race concert will take place on the evening of Friday 5th April 2019. More details to follow, so please stay tuned to our social media channels.
The After-Race Concerts are exclusive to World RallyCross Abu Dhabi ticket holders.
These will be announced shortly
Yes food and beverage is available.
There is no age limit however children under the age of 12 years must be accompanied by an adult.
No professional cameras or video cameras are allowed. There will be a camera deposit available at the venue.
Tickets to the After-Race Concerts are not for sale. After-Race Concerts are only available to those who purchase World RallyCross Abu Dhabi tickets.
Yes. There will be a disabled viewing platform within the venue.
The ‘Super Parks Pass’ is an upgraded three-day package that allows unlimited access to all three Yas Island Parks – Ferrari World Abu Dhabi, Yas Waterworld and Warner Bros. World™ Abu Dhabi – on Wednesday through to Sunday. This special three-day ticket package starts from AEDxxx. Please visit the website for more details of the ‘Super Parks Pass’ options.
The UAE is four hours ahead of UTC (Co-ordinated Universal Time - formerly known as GMT) and there is no daylight saving. Hence, when it is 12.00 midday in Abu Dhabi, it is 3am in New York, 8am in London, 10 am in ohannesburg, 1.30pm in New Delhi, and 6pm in Sydney (not allowing for any summer time saving in those countries).
Lightweight summer clothing is suitable for most of the year, but something slightly warmer may be needed in winter months. Although the attitude towards dress is fairly liberal throughout the UAE, a healthy amount of respect for local customs doesn't go amiss, especially when shopping or sightseeing.
Islam is the official religion of the United Arab Emirates, and is widely practiced. The Islamic holy day is Friday and Muslims are required to pray (facing Makkah) five times a day. Abu Dhabi is tolerant of other religions with people being free to practice their religious beliefs, so long as they do not interfere with Islam.
The local currency is the UAE dirham (AED or Dhs) which is divided into 100 fils and is pegged against the US dollar (US$ 1: AED 3.6725).
Average dining in popular hotel restaurants ranges between AED100 / US $27 to AED200 / US $55 per person, excluding beverages. In addition, many fine dining and high-end restaurants may add a service charge (usually around 10%) and a tourism levy of 6% to your bill.