Bahrain International Circuit (BIC) has added celebrated Indian pop star Sonu Nigam to its line-up of entertainers who will perform at this year’s World Endurance Championship (WEC) Six Hours of Bahrain.
It will be the debut
The Gulf Air Bahrain Grand Prix attracted more than 73,000 visitors over the weekend, said a top official, adding that many visitors travelled to the country from across the world.
The Bahrain International Circuit (BIC) spokesman
Monster trucks and custom-made sports cars will be part of a major motoring show in Bahrain later this year, said organisers, adding that plans are afoot to make this year's event bigger and louder with a lineup of stunts and displays.
Bahrain's Formula One venue has been given its biggest facelift since the track first opened in 2004, a report said.
The Bahrain International Circuit (BIC), which will host the Gulf Air Bahrain Grand Prix from April 19 to 21,
Around 500 tonnes of special racing equipment and material will start arriving in Bahrain today for the next weekend's Gulf Air Bahrain Grand Prix, a report said.
Five Boeing 747s carrying 35 containers will touch down at Bahr
Bahrain International Circuit (BIC) yesterday announced the launch of a specialised "micro-site" that offers information on the upcoming Gulf Air Bahrain Grand Prix.
The site, imagineyourmoment.com.bh, gives racing fans
Bahrain has grown in popularity among cruise tourists, said a top industry official, adding that some were initially apprehensive about exploring the country, but the hospitality of its people has helped put it back on the map.
Bahrain Mumtalakat Holding Company has appointed a new board of directors at the Bahrain International Circuit (BIC), a motorsport venue which hosts the annual Bahrain Grand Prix besides the drag racing events.
Zayed Rashid Al Zay
Five teenagers from Bahrain are set to go up against hundreds of youngsters from around the world to take part in a competition that involves designing and racing replica Formula One cars.
Team 7th Gear, from St Christopher's
A top F1 journalist has hit back at the international media for misrepresenting the reality of the situation on the ground in Bahrain.
Referring to a report by a "supposedly respectable international news agency", which claimed dozens of a