Written by @Damien_Marquez   
Sunday, 23 November 2014 15:50

The last grand prix of the F1 season takes place in Abu Dhabi at the sumptuous Yas Marina Circuit on the 21-22-23 November 2014. It is a sell out event, well organised with brilliant facilities and a nice cosmopolitan feel, thanks to the location, twilight schedule and excellent entertainment program.

This year's edition will welcome DJ Armin van Buuren, Pharrell Williams and The Who to perform on the live stage at the du Arena once the on-track activities have finished. Abu Dhabi is also one of the select cities, along with Monaco and Singapore, to host Amber Lounge and Podium Lounge parties during the weekend, on the F1 Yatch and the rooftop of the Yas Viceroy Hotel respectively.

Yas Marina Circuit pit straight - Image:
Ferrari S.p.A

2014 will see either Lewis Hamilton or Nico Rosberg be crowned as world champion, so it's all to play for. The race weekend is also a bit controversial due to the rule awarding double the amount of points for this round. GP2 and GP3 Series will provide the support racing.

Written by @Damien_Marquez   
Tuesday, 11 November 2014 23:26

The Bahrain International Circuit is the host of the 6 Hours of Bahrain, the penultimate round of the FIA World Endurance Championship which takes place on the 13-14-15 November 2014. It is the hottest track of the season and offers a real challenge for the teams. The sand and cooling track temperature will have an effect on changing grip levels. The race weekend could also be the title decider with Toyota and Audi battling it out for both driver's and constructor's titles.

Tower, Oasis Complex, pit building, main straight and Main Grandstand - Photo / DPPI for FIAWEC.COM

Being a twilight race, the circuit and the cars look magnificent under the floodlights. The facilities are top notch, the climate very kind and the ticket prices very low for such an impressive racing series. As per every other WEC rounds, the weekend will feature an Open Paddock, giving spectators a rare opportunity to see cars and teams from up close. Support for the event will be provided by the Porsche GT3 Cup Challenge Middle East and the India-based MRF Challenge Formula 2000 (Dallara-Renault two-litre Formula car).

The sunny weather, nice temperature (22-29° C) and low humidity (about 50%) make Bahrain the perfect getaway destination for an autumn break, which can be coupled with the Formula 1 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix held a week later.

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