Sales of 2014 Bahrain Grand Prix tickets have just started with all tickets discounted by 20% until February 5th.
The race has been held at the Bahrain International Circuit since 2004 – except for 2011 when the event was cancelled due to civil unrest in the country. Despite some problems still existing in the region, the 2014 Bahrain Grand Prix is scheduled to go ahead and will take place between the 4th and 6th of April. It will be round 3 of the 2014 World Championship.
Fans who are thinking of attending should make use of the 20% early bird discount which all Bahrain F1 tickets currently have.
Like so many other races on the F1 calendar, it’s global sports event company, GooTickets that are offering Bahrain tickets at the best prices. Some of their headline prices include:
- The ‘Main‘ grandstand which runs along the start/finish straight and pit lane is currently priced at £196 / €236 / $323 for a full weekend ticket.
- If a better view of the first turn takes your fancy, the ‘Turn 1‘ grandstand is currently prices at £140/ €168 / $229 – again for a full weekend ticket.
If you would like to purchase an individual ticket for either the Friday Saturday or Sunday then your options are limited to only one grandstand: University 3. Expect to pay £49, £66 and £83 for each of the days respectively.
Since the last Bahrain GP, the circuit owners have installed giant floodlights like the ones you find at the Abu Dhabi GP circuit. The only desert race will be be run as a night race in 2014 which will add to the spectacle and hopefully give the Bahrain race an added edge. The exact race start time is yet to be announced but it is more than likely that the whole race will be held in darkness, as opposed to being started before dusk like in Abu Dhabi.
For more places to buy Bahrain Grand Prix tickets, please read our full guide on where else to buy official F1 tickets from on the web.
Quick Facts about last years Bahrain Grand Prix
- Nico Rosberg qualified on pole position in his AMG Mercedes with a Q3 time of 1:32.330
- Lewis Hamilton was controversially given a 5 place grid penalty after his team had to change his gearbox before qualifying. A Pirelli tyre failure caused the damage that meant Lewis would end up starting the race 9th.
- German Sebastian Vettel took honours in the race finishing over 9 seconds clear of Kimi Raikkonen, who was followed home by his team mate, Romain Grosjean.