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F1, Corniche Circuit

Jeddah, Saudi Arabia

The Jeddah Corniche Circuit is a 6.174 km motor racing circuit built in the Red Sea port city of Jeddah, in Saudi Arabia. The circuit staged the inaugural Saudi Arabian Grand Prix as the penultimate race on the 2021 Formula One season calendar. The circuit was designed by Carsten Tilke, son of the famed circuit designer, Hermann Tilke. The Jeddah Corniche Circuit has already proven to be a track that can offer up great entertainment when the Formula 1 cars are let loose, both the 2021 and 2022 Saudi Arabian GPs ranking right up there among the best races of those respective seasons.

The BOX Seat 901 and 908 Models were selected to seat the race fans on various stands at the track. The BOX Seat 901 model with soft ‘tip-up’ action flows seamlessly row to row throughout the expansive general admission areas. The easy Strap System and light-weight seats accelerate the construction and deconstruction of tiered seating solutions.

The tight-folding design of the 901, and the maximised row depth as a result, has a wealth of benefits to an event setting as well. Briefly, decreasing the time taken to reach vendor facilities increases a venue’s revenue potential. Improving access and egress from the event enhances crowd safety and also lowers a venue’s operational overheads – security and cleaning personnel and power costs.