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Gulf Air gears up for F1 Gulf Air Bahrain Grand Prix

Posted 25 November 2020 · Add Comment

Gulf Air has started its countdown to be the title sponsor of F1 Gulf Air Bahrain Grand Prix which will take place between 27-29 November.


Gulf Air gears up for F1 Gulf Air Bahrain Grand Prix this weekend.  Image:  Gulf Air

Gulf Air's acting chief executive officer, Captain Waleed Al Alawi, said: “We are proud to be long title sponsors of the Bahrain Grand Prix. The 2020 Grand Prix is unique with spectators limited to Bahrain's frontline health workers, first responders and their families. We are proud of our frontline heroes who have been selflessly committed to safeguarding public health, and their efforts continue to be the subject of a deep national appreciation." He also added: "This year has been difficult, uncertain and challenging for everyone; however, we will work hard and remain determined to achieve our goals and showcase the best of Gulf Air and the best of Bahrain.”

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