The 2013 Formula OneTM Etihad Airways Abu Dhabi Grand Prix bringings together high adrenaline-charged sport with luxury living. During the Formula 1 weekend racing enthusiasts can enjoy the action from the Yas Viceroy Abu Dhabi as well as a host of other activities.
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Ticket delivery to the 2013 Formula 1 Etihad Airways Abu Dhabi Grand Prix has officially begun. Promising to be the biggest and best Abu Dhabi Grand Prix to date, this year’s ticket packages feature a unique pop-up design incorporating a sampling of activities on Yas Island during the F1 weekend including Yas Viceroy, Yas Marina, Ferrari World Abu Dhabi and the new Yas Waterworld.
Helio Castroneves came in third place in the Honda Indy Grand Prix of Alabama on Thursday. Castroneves, who led the race through 60 laps with Scott Dixon in second, was overtook by Ryan Hunter-Reay, reigning IZOD IndyCar Series champion on lap 76 of 90, who…Read The Full Post
Hublot has revealed the F1 King Power Great Britain timepiece to celebrate this weekend’s 2012 Formula 1 Santander British Grand Prix.
The Barclays London Heliport is making sure that the upcoming British Grand Prix will be a one-of-a-kind experience with a luxurious arrival to the event.
Hublot, the official watchmaker for Formula 1, unveiled the F1 King Power Interlagos just in time for the final round of this years FIA Formula One World Championship in Brazil.
Porsche Mobil 1 Supercup brings fine wine and fast cars to Monaco
Without a doubt, the biggest event on the global motor sport calendar happens at the end of May, when the otherwise laid-back city of Monaco transforms itself into a Formula One race track allowing cars to burn around every port and casino at speeds of 140kms an hour.
The circuit runs through Monaco’s narrow and picturesque winding streets, which are shared with around 3,000 spectators, creating an atmosphere like no other Grand Prix fixture.
A constant staple in the society pages, MK Prizker held her annual see and be seen equestrian event at their private farm in Bristol, Wisconsin on September 11. The Evergreen Invitational had a wet start with scattered showers resulting in a five-way tie of the $25,000 Junior/Amateur Owner. But it cleared up for Kent Farrington and Up Chiqui to take first in the $75,000 Grand Prix. The sun burst through the clouds just in time for the victory lap. Both courses were designed by eight-time USEF course designer of the year, Richard Jeffrey, on the sand based, grass Grand Prix field. The weekend-long event included a poker party Friday night, a Promenade of Shops including vendors like Graff Diamonds, Lake Forest Sport Cars, Dennis Basso, Escada, Saddlers Row, Argo Tea, Hoosier Mama Pies and many more and food tents.
Three-time Olympic gold medalist Usain Bolt will be running the 100-meter Adidas Grand Prix this summer in New York City. This New York meet that is formerly known as the Reebok Grand Prix, will be the fifth stop on the inaugural IAAF Diamond League circuit.