Finishing line at the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix


Abu Dhabi will host the 73rd running of the FIA Formula One World Championship with the Formula 1 Etihad Airways Abu Dhabi Grand Prix taking place from 17-20 November 2022, supported by the incredible FIA Formula 2 and FIA Formula 4 UAE. Get ready for the some unreal on-track action at Yas Marina Circuit, one of the most technically difficult and uniquely beautiful tracks in the world. Purpose-built, this track is guaranteed to reveal the world’s best drivers in a show that you simply cannot miss.


17-20 NOVEMBER 2022

It's never too early to get excited for the season ending race of the 2022 FIA Formula 1 World Championship, supported by FIA Formula 2 and FIA Formula 4 UAE. From the practice and qualification sessions to the big races themselves and the grand finale fireworks marking the moment the winner crosses the finish line, there's no end to the thrills. Also, make sure not to miss Thursday's Pit Lane Walk -  a chance to see F1 teams preparing their cars in the garages. 3-day ticket holders can freely access the walk, while 2-day and 1-day ticket holders must make an official merchandise purchase to take part. 


Extremely fast and exciting, with the highest speeds available on land, the FIA Formula 1 is the absolute pinnacle of motorsports. Promising a spectacle that is off the charts, the raw grit of the world’s greatest driving talent and expert engineering surely makes this the perfect spectator sport. Watch the world’s top drivers as they pull out all the stops during qualifications to achieve the best grid position possible and battle it out to get to the finish line first for the coveted Championship trophy.


A true test of the best - all competing teams use the same chassis, engine and tyre supplier, so that pure driver ability is reflected. Despite tight FIA regulations around the build of each car, suspension and aero dynamics can be expertly adjusted to suit the needs of the track. In an astonishing feat of engineering the 1.6 litre v6 turbo charged engines are hybrids, harnessing the energy of the heat from braking to charge a battery that adds extra power. Incredibly, these little engines can produce over 1000 horsepower and are the most efficient petrol engines in the world. Very much a testing ground for the cars of tomorrow, the F2 Championship is also where future stars start to shine.


Giving talented young drivers the chance to step into the world of single-seater racing car competition, this series proves quite how serious the FIA is about nurturing ability and progressing the sport. Most drivers get their start in karting and move up the ranks from there, so the F4 is an enormous opportunity for the best newcomers. All the cars are identical, so the racing is all down to pure skill. If you have talent, then this is the first step on the ladder to be a superstar in the F1 and F2 Championships.