The United Arab Emirates President Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al-Nahyan handed away on the age of 73, as reported by a number of information businesses. Sheikh Khalifa had been UAE’s President since 2004, nevertheless, he held the place ceremonially since 2014, and his brother, Mohamed bin Zayed al-Nahyan, who had seen many of the state affairs, will now assume your entire management.
Expressing his condolences upon the demise of Sheikh Khalifa, F1 CEO Stefano Domenicali stated: “I’m saddened to listen to the information that UAE President His Highness Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan has handed away. Our ideas are together with his household and the individuals of UAE at this unhappy time.”
UAE is the collective of the seven emirates, which have been dominated by the late President and have been underneath his presidency. His household, the al-Nahyan, is estimated to be price practically $150 billion.
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Abu Dhabi GP through the years
Abu Dhabi, the capital of the United Arab Emirates, began to host the F1 races from the 2009 season. And since then it has been held annually and is underneath contract to be held on the Yas Marina Circuit no less than till 2030. The GP has additionally hosted the ultimate spherical of every season since 2014 and has witnessed nice finales.
The 2021 Abu Dhabi GP has most likely been one of the thrilling races on the monitor and in addition one of the controversial one. On the finish of the race, Max Verstappen received his first world championship, and within the investigation that adopted, Michael Masi was axed from his position because the race director.
In 2022, the town will host the ultimate and the twenty second spherical of the calendar. This 12 months will probably be hosted from 18-20 November, practically a month earlier than than it did in 2021.
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Max Verstappen maintaining Crimson Bull on its toes regardless of registering yet one more victory in Miami