As excitement continues to grow over the climax to the Formula One championship, Yas Marina Circuit officials have confirmed it is not too late to get tickets for next weekend's Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, the final round of the season.
The title battle is delicately poised going into this weekend's penultimate race in Brazil, with Ferrari's Fernando Alonso leading the championships on 231 points, 11 ahead of Mark Webber, the Red Bull-Renault driver.
Webber's teammate Sebastian Vettel and both the McLaren-Mercedes drivers, Lewis Hamilton and Jenson Button, can also still be crowned world champion, and it looks increasingly likely that the winner will be decided in Abu Dhabi.
With final preparations being completed ahead of the F1 circus arriving in town next Tuesday, Peter Rae, the director of communications at Yas Marina Circuit, explained what options are still available to people hoping to see the cars and drivers in action.
He said: "There are still tickets on sale but they are selling very quickly now.
"There are literally a handful of normal grandstand seats left at Dh1,800 for two days and Dh2,000 for three days. We also have a few hundred seats left in the Al Jood hospitality area of the North Grandstand. These cost Dh4,250 for the weekend and offer an air-conditioned suite, balcony seats, large-screen TV, plus a food and non-alcoholic beverage service.
"The advice to any fans who still do not have tickets is to buy now."
The Abu Dhabi Grand Prix begins on November 12 with two 90-minute practice sessions, with qualifying on November 13 and the race on November 14. On November 11, there is a pit lane walk for people with three-day tickets.
Tickets can be bought by visiting www.yasmarinacircuit.ae