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TRIBINA D, TRIBUNA A, TRIBUNA B, TRIBUNA C
This is the Main Gallery of the Sakhir circuit; the best location of the track from which it´s possible to visualize the entry and exit in finish line, Pit-Lane and start of Curve 1.
It consists of reserved seats and covered with rain; although this hasn´t been present in any of the latest editions.
This platform consists of reserved seats and is located north of the Main Tribune, oriented towards Curve 1 and also covered. It has a perfect view of the entry and exit of the curve due to its height.
The Batelco Tribune, which gives its name to the main telecommunications company in the country, is placed on the inside of the track and offers a view of curve 10, straight with DRS activation and entrance to curve 11.
Better known as Sakhir circuit, this Grand Prix is on the official F1 calendar since 2004. The birth of this GP has a curious history, because it was a national project.
Due to the great fondness that the Crown Prince of Bahrain had towards F1 and such was his desire to participate in the calendar, which in the year of its inauguration (2004) was not yet finished, but Bernie Ecclestone didn´t allow its cancellation and it was disputed while still under construction and with problems so that the desert sand didn´t invade the track with the wind.
The race takes place during the evening as it´s very hard to withstand the high temperatures that fall on Bahrein at midday. The races are quite entertaining and active due to the 4 overtaking points located on the sketch in addition to the “bottleneck” that forms the Curve 1, which makes carbon fiber parts fly in the first corner after the start of the most risky drivers.
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