Formula 1 is excited to announce the launch of F1 Food Fest ahead of the FORMULA 1 ETIHAD AIRWAYS ABU DHABI GRAND PRIX 2019. F1 Food Fest is a celebration of all the incredible cuisines from across the F1 race calendar and will incorporate well-known national dishes at selected races in 2020.
Working with our race promoters, food and beverage areas at F1 Fan Zones will be transformed into a food haven, hosting a variety of food stations from across all 22 races. Vendors at each location from across the world will source locally relevant foods from the different locations F1 race in, and provide an authentic and delicious experience for fans.
Ticket holders can also take part in the ultimate food tasting competition, by logging their food experience in an F1 Food Fest passport, and submitting their log of activity to @F1 on Twitter and Instagram using #F1FoodFest. Fans who sample the most cuisines will be entered into an exclusive competition, with a chance to win exclusive money-can’t-buy prizes.
For the FORMULA 1 ETIHAD AIRWAYS ABU DHABI GRAND PRIX 2019 Food Fest Stations will serve 21 cuisines reflecting the 21 race calendar this year. In 2020 Formula 1 will race in the following 22 countries, all of which will be represented by the F1 Food Fest stations throughout the season:
Chloe Targett–Adams, Director of Promoters and Business Relations, said:
“We are excited to be working with our race promoters to roll out this new initiative, that very naturally complements a full weekend of entertainment. Having listened to feedback from Formula 1 fans, our aim is to elevate the food offering at our races whilst engaging with fans and celebrating the amazing locations that we race in across the globe. Fans will be able to taste gastronomic delights from the destinations we visit year on year, whilst enjoying a packed weekend of wheel to wheel racing.”
Saif Al Noami, Deputy CEO ADMM, said:
“At Yas Marina Circuit we look to continually innovate our fan engagement and entertainment offering and the addition of Formula 1’s Food Fest further bolsters our packed schedule of weekend activities. This is a great opportunity for ticket holders to eat their way around the Formula 1 calendar and have the chance to win ‘money can’t buy’ prizes, it will appeal to all our visitors and will certainly add to the global feel of this racing spectacle.”