Abu Dhabi F1 Grand Prix tickets being lapped up for below box office price

Tickets for the grand finale of the F1 Grand Prix season in Abu Dhabi are trading at below face value on Viagogo

The Sport Review staff
By The Sport Review staff

With only 10 days to go until the grand finale of the F1 Grand Prix season in Abu Dhabi on the weekend of the 27-29 November, tickets are now trading at below face value, on ticket marketplace Viagogo.

Some have suggested that this could be a result of three-time world champion, Lewis Hamilton, already clinching his first place finish in the 2015 World Championship.

Whatever the reason, viagogo has seen fans from over 20 countries worldwide snapping up tickets from as little as £46, which is well below the Friday General Admission box office price of £70.

A viagogo spokesperson commented: “With Nico Rosberg’s recent return to form following his victory in Brazil last week, and the possibility of him ending the season on a hat trick of wins, these tickets could well be the motorsports bargain of the year.”

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