The Bahrain Grand Prix 2023 is set to be an absolute nail-biter! Kicking off the 2023 season in spectacular style, the Bahrain GP will be the first of many exhilarating races in the months to come. If you haven't already booked your tickets, grab them now and plan your visit to one of the most exciting F1 races in 2023.
All timings mentioned are according to track time.
Take the A2 Bus: Public buses aren’t frequent & the nearest stop is 3 km away. If you intend on exploring Bahrain before or after the race, buy a GO card.
Hire a Car: If you're planning to rent a car in Bahrain, the minimum age requirement is 21, however, many firms won't lease their vehicles if the driver is below 25. Make sure to bring your driving license and passport for verification; it would be best to call ahead of time and see if an international driver’s permit will also be necessary.
Uber and Private taxis are also viable options. Regular taxis, on the other hand, are pricey.
Head to the Entertainment Plaza for refreshments, merchandise, & more!
What to Expect?
Wheelchair Accessibility: The Bahrain International Circuit is accessible for people with disabilities.
What to Expect in March?
Day: Mid-20s to 30°C
Night: 15°C - 20°C
Rainfall: 0.4 inches, unlikely to rain.
Humidity: 86%, relatively humid.
Winds: 6.5 mph, moderately windy.
Sunlight: 10-11 hours
The Bahrain GP will take place from 3-5, March 2023.
The race will be held at the Bahrain International Circuit in Sakhir, located 40 km from Manama city center.
Grandstands will open 2 hours before the start of the race, while Main Gates usually open well in advance.
The easiest way to get to the circuit is by taxi or car. It takes around 40 minutes from Manama city center. If you are driving, make sure to check Bahrain's road laws beforehand.
The Bahrain International Circuit offers a range of amenities such as food and beverage stalls, merchandise stores, dedicated accessibility areas for disabled visitors, WiFi access, phone charging services, baby changing facilities, and more.
Yes, the venue provides plenty of parking spaces for visitors.
Be sure to dress in comfortable and appropriate attire for the hot weather. Choose lightweight and breathable fabrics, such as cotton or linen. Don’t forget to bring a hat, sunglasses and sunscreen.
The weather in Bahrain is generally hot and humid. Temperatures can reach up to 25-30°C during the day, so make sure you dress appropriately and stay hydrated at all times. It can also get quite windy on race days with strong gusts of breeze.
Yes, there are some items that you cannot bring into the venue, such as weapons, fireworks, remote-controlled flying drones and recording equipment beyond mobile phones for personal use.
Only filming with mobile phones is allowed. All other filming and recording equipment requires permission from the Bahrain GP management.