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Find F1 tickets and dates , Only vaccinated fans are allowed in The Bahrain Grand prix event – BIC Official

Bahrain Grand prix kickstarts on March 28th 2021 and fans can buy tickets while adhering to the provided guidelines

Fans can buy tickets for the upcoming F1 only if they have been vaccinated or recovered from Covid-19. According to the Organisers, Vaccinated persons (after finishing the two-week term since taking the second dose) or Covid-19 recovered individuals (after finishing up with the two weeks since infection) can purchase the ticket.

BIC said that they would sell the tickets at a single discounted price of 100 Bahraini Dinars ($265) for F1’s season-opening race.

Tickets are now available for this year’s Grand Prix weekend from March 26 to 28 for all vaccinated or Covid-19 recovered individuals. Tickets are on sale now at bahraingp.com with a single discounted price of BD100 across stands for the three-day event,” the Bahrain International Circuit (BIC) website quoted.

There’s a lot to cherish and enjoy at the BIC’s F1 Village

Besides the race, the fans can relish the thrilling rides and scrumptious cuisines in the arena. The fans can further look forward to a comprehensive list of rides and activities at BIC’s F1 Village vending area. This may include Giant ferries, Reverse Bungee, Konga Rides with Gondolas, and a classic wave swinger.

The organizers want to ensure that the event proceeds in a safe and secured environment. Additionally, they are adhering to every single health guideline by the government. Further, they want the fans to get the most out of their stay at the BIC’s F1 village.

 The organizers have implemented appropriate measures to ensure the safety and security of all the participants, officials, and fans around. Whether it’s about food, beverage, health screening, or entertainment, strict safety measures and guidelines have been put in place. If you want to know more about the full eligibility criteria for attending the race, simply log on to bahraingp.com.

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