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Yas Marina Circuit’s four themed Oasis areas provide huge selection of interactive entertainment and activities at the 2015 #AbuDhabiGP

Abu Dhabi Grand Prix weekend at Yas Marina circuit is bringing race fans more than just the adrenaline-pumping battles on track.

Four themed Oasis areas dotted around public areas of the 5.5km circuit are serving up a variety of entertainment from autograph sessions and racing simulators to a “Pampering Pit Stop” offering manicures and massage.

In the Main Oasis, fans will be able to get up close and personal with their favourite drivers at daily autograph sessions. There’s also a games zone featuring F1 simulators and a chance to see what goes into becoming world champion with the F1 Tomorrow's Champion session. Fans can also ride the exhilarating zip line, or relax with family and friends in the Majlis chill out areas while enjoying a range of live music and entertainment.

The West Oasis is all about going social. Racegoers can interact digitally by linking up with friends and F1 fans across the globe thanks to the area’s free WiFi and by using the #AbuDhabiGP hashtag while posting content. There’s also the chance for visitors to express themselves artistically on a digital graffiti wall, while a series of interactive screens will feature all the latest information on F1 teams.

To experience the glory of a top three finish, fans can have their photo taken on the podium where winners will hold their trophies. To get the best look, there is complimentary hair and make-up styling, and manicure or massage at the Pampering Pit Stop.

The South Oasis is the place to be for an all-day Abu Dhabi Grand Prix party. It is where music and games meet, with tunes by international DJs and a host of interactive games on high-tech gadgets.


With the 2015 FORMULA 1 ETIHAD AIRWAYS ABU DHABI GRAND PRIX leading up to the 44th UAE National Day, the North Oasis is the perfect place to learn about Abu Dhabi’s rich history. The Culture & Heritage Village features live cookery stations, local entertainment and arts and crafts as well as Majlis-style chill out areas.

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