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Formula 1 Bahrain Grand Prix

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Bahrain takes center stage this weekend as it hosts the Gulf Air Bahrain Grand Prix 2013, the fourth race of this year's Formula 1 season, which will put the kingdom in the global limelight.

First held on April 4, 2004, this event made history as the first Formula One Grand Prix to be held in the Middle East and was given the award for the "Best Organised Grand Prix" by the FIA. This mega event is this season's fourth round and will take Bahrain by storm on April 19-20-21.

The race will take place at the Bahrain International Circuit, the Home of Motorsport in the Middle East, situated at Sakhir in the south of the island, characterized by its large run-off areas. The kingdom's most prominent event stimulates the growth of tourism and puts Bahrain on the international map of prestigious events. The event attracts visitors from the region and around the world, greatly benefiting the local economy. Event organizers will hold various entertainment activitiesfor residents and visitors during the week creating excitement both on and off the track for race fans.

In line with the wide preparations taking place in the Kingdom, as the Grand Prix draws near, the Servcorp Bahrain team have been assisting their local and international clients in making arrangements to attend the event and entertain corporate guests. Providing comprehensive packages to clients including hotel bookings, flights as well as Grand Prix tickets and chauffeuring services has enabled Servcorp clients to make the most out of this world famous event and the business networking opportunities it offers.

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