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Updated on 30 January 2017

The Red Bull Air Race kick off in style on Friday 10th and Saturday 11th February offering fans the perfect racing destination. With the racing taking place over the Arabian Gulf’s waters, fans can witness all the action from the purpose-built race village on Abu Dhabi’s Corniche breakwater. With unrivalled views of the race and the UAE capital’s impressive skyline, the arena will be an entertainment focal point for all the family.

Visit www.redbullairrace.com.

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