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Posted On: 9 October 2021 03:36 pm
Updated On: 12 October 2021 10:38 am

[UPDATE] Formula 1 Racing early bird tickets going on sale from 12 October Qatar

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[UPDATE] 10 October 2021 03:55 pm

According to the Qatar Calendar, tickets will be available starting 12 pm (noon) on 12 October 2021 through the website:

Source: Qatar Calendar

9 October 2021 03:36 pm

The Losail Circuit Sports Club has just announced that early bird tickets for the upcoming Formula 1 race happening on 19 - 21 November 2021 in Qatar will go on sale starting 12 October 2021! Early bird tickets start from QR 750.

Get more event details here: 2021 Formula 1 Ooredoo Qatar Grand Prix. More details will be posted as they emerge.

After the Australian Grand Prix which was to be held in November 2021 was cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic, F1 was on the lookout for a replacement country to host the event. Qatar was chosen as the new host at the end of September after the Japanese Grand Prix was recently cancelled following in the tracks of Canada, Singapore and Australia where events were cancelled earlier. In addition, races in Mexico, Brazil and the US (Austin) may also get cancelled after a recent surge in COVID-19 cases and hospitalisations.

Qatar’s Losail International Circuit will hold its first-ever Formula 1 Grand Prix with the country set to host the 20th event of the 2021 season, as well as signing an additional 10-year deal to host F1 from 2023.

Formula 1 Racing early bird tickets going on sale from 12 October Qatar
Image credit: LCSC

The Qatari circuit is most famous for its association with the world of two-wheeled racing, with Losail having hosted the MotoGP series since 2004. Ooredoo, the international communications company, will be the title sponsor for the event.

The race’s inclusion on the calendar will create a three-part Middle Eastern ending to the 2021 season, with the race in Qatar followed up by the first-ever Saudi Arabian Grand Prix on December 3-5, with the season rounded off by the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix on December 10-12.


Sources: F1 Press Release; Autosport, Planet F1
Cover image credit: LCSC