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        Parque tematico de Ferrari en Abu Dhabi

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            Pues este sin duda debera ser el parque tematico que muchos desearemos conocer, me apunto en ellos y espero algún día poder conocerlo. Ya fue colocada la primera piedra…



          Yas Island – Abu Dhabi, November 3rd, 2007 – A Foundation Stone Ceremony was held today in Abu Dhabi to officially signify the start of construction of one of the most multi-dimensional and highly anticipated themed entertainment attractions in the world, the Ferrari Theme Park.

          Officials and special guests in attendance for today’s event included Ferrari’s President Luca di Montezemolo and Ahmed Ali Al Sayegh, Chairman, ALDAR Properties, as well as invited guests representing media, government and business organisations from around the world.

          During the Foundation Stone Ceremony a special time capsule was buried, containing a Conrod and Piston of the F2007, the F1 World Champion Ferrari car, together with the first artist’s impression of the Ferrari Theme Park on Yas Island. The capsule will be then opened again at Ferrari’s 100th anniversary, in 2047.

          “This is a very special year for Ferrari” – Mr. Montezemolo said. “Together with the extraordinary commercial success of our GT cars, it brought to Maranello the F1 Constructors’ World Championship and the F1 Drivers’ World Championship with Kimi Raikkonen, and I am particularly proud to be present to mark the symbolic start of this great project. Moreover, 2007 is the year of Ferrari’s 60th anniversary, and this Ceremony has therefore a further, important meaning.”

          Part of a joint project between Italian automotive manufacturer Ferrari and ALDAR properties PJSC, the 250,000 sqm park (80,000 of them covered) will be a unique oasis of discovery, hospitality and beauty that captures culture, flavour and the true spirit of Italian country, as well as the legendary automotive history, feeling and heritage of Ferrari cars and racing.

          “Today is a celebration of the first step along the way to making the world’s first Ferrari theme park a reality, with the laying of the foundation stone,” – commented Ahmed Ali Al Sayegh, Chairman, ALDAR Properties. “An incredible amount of real estate growth is taking place in Abu Dhabi, and it is our responsibility to deliver projects of the highest quality, while protecting the natural, social and cultural assets of the Emirate. I am confident that the blend between the power and beauty of one of the world’s leading brands, Ferrari with ALDAR’s expertise in development and regional knowledge, will combine to create a destination that resonates with sports lovers around the world.”

          When completed in 2009, the attraction will provide amusement for the whole family, featuring multi-format high tech theatres, a variety of sophisticated driving schools (for both children and adults), Ferrari automotive displays and participatory learning centres as well as food and entertainment.

          Among the 24 attractions, the Park will offer a mix of high-octane and family rides with roller coasters jetting into the sky and dipping through the covered areas. At the heart of the park will be an advanced and sophisticated circuit offering driving courses, which will be the home of the first Abu Dhabi F1 Grand Prix in 2009.

          After the Foundation Stone event at Yas Island, a brand new Ferrari Store will have its official grand opening in Abu Dhabi’s Marina Mall. Ferrari’s President Luca di Montezemolo, Commercial and Brand Director Dany Bahar, Abdullah Abdel Rahim Al Fahim, Chairman of Al Fahim Enterprises and Ahmed Al Sayegh, Chairman of ALDAR Properties will take part in the ribbon-cutting ceremony.

          Ferrari in the U.A.E.
          U.A.E. (which includes Abu Dhabi, Dubai and other five Emirates) is one of the nine countries covered by Ferrari’s Middle East & Africa Region. Ferrari entered the U.A.E. in 1987 appointing as exclusive importer and distributor Al Tayer Motors LLC, a parent company of Al Tayer Group. In 2006, the Region counted 248 cars delivered, for a 125% increase over 2004 and 84% increase over 2005. In 2006 Al Tayer Motors in U.A.E achieved 68 Ferrari retail sales.

          One of the biggest Ferrari Sales and After Sales Centre worldwide opened this September in Umm Al Naar – Abu Dhabi: 1,700 smq comprising a 870 smq showroom, lounge, dealer selection area, aftersales, spare parts and mezzanine floor for pre-owned car sales. Another Ferrari showroom in the U.A.E. is the 3S Centre in Dubai, Sheikh Zayed Road (opened in 2005).

          After the successful start of « Ferrari 60 Relay » worldwide tour in Abu Dhabi last January 28th and the Foundation Stone event at the Ferrari Park, which took place this morning in Yas Island, further major events in the area include the grand opening of two new showrooms: in Muscat – Sultanate of Oman (December 9th) and in Beirut – Lebanon (December 14th). On both occasions there will be the unveil of the new Ferrari 430 Scuderia to press and customers.

          About ALDAR Properties PJSC
          ALDAR Properties PJSC is a leading property development company, with strong investment and management capabilities. ALDAR was established primarily to create world-class real estate developments for the nation of Abu Dhabi, whilst providing a stable and profitable investment portfolio for all our investors.

          We are dedicated to achieving new standards of innovation, excellence and value in urban design and sustainable development. Our priority is the immediate and future benefit of Abu Dhabi and its residents.

          The company is owned by leading Abu Dhabi institutions, founder shareholders and over 20,616 investors throughout the U.A.E. ALDAR’s principle corporate shareholders include: Mubadala Development Company, Abu Dhabi Investment Company, Abu Dhabi National Hotels Company, National Corporation for Tourism & Hotels and National Investor.

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            Ferrari Theme Park
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            The Ferrari Theme Park is a branded themed entertainment destination offering a range of 24 themed attractions for the entire family. The 70-metre-high G Force tower is one of the most exciting rides you can enjoy. For the first time, a twin rollercoaster ride allows you and a companion to race against each other. You can go-kart, enjoy rally driving and dune buggies in the theme park. It also offers an 18-screen theatre complex and a multitude of food and beverage outlets.

            Race Track
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            You can experience for yourself the thrill of high-speed motoring. Yas Island will have a world-class racetrack winding its way around villages, marina and dunes. You can enjoy the activities of the racetrack from the sky deck of the Aldar signature Hotel or from the comfort of a yacht berthed in the marina. Better still, you can test-drive the circuit with seasoned instructors on the only Ferrari driving school in the world outside the Ferrari Maranello base.

            Facilities and Features

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            Ferrari Theme Park –
            24 themed attractions
            Race Track –
            International standard
            Rally driving
            Drag Racing
            Dune Buggies
            Signature Hotel overlooking the race track
            Marina Hotel
            Ferrari Theatre
            Retail Centre (300,000 sqm)
            Italian Piazza
            Exhibition Hall
            Food and beverage outlets

            Beach clubs
            Water Sports
            Floating Harbour
            Water park – over 12 acres
            4 Polo Fields
            Equestrian Centre
            Links Golf Courses and
            Championship Golf Course
            Clubhouses/Golf Centres
            Driving Ranges
            Golf Villas
            Nature Reserve
            Beach Resort Hotels
            Lagoon resort Hotels
            Business Park
            Business and Commercial Towers
            Offices and Residential Unites
            Waterfront Apartments
            Vital Statistics
            Total Area: 2,500 hectars
            Total retail area: 300,000 sqm
            Parking capacity: 130,000 cars

            New 10-lane highway connecting Abu Dhabi airport and Abu Dhabi-Dubai highway to Abu Dhabi main island at Mina Zayed. Provision for light railway

            Distance to Abu Dhabi City 30-minute drive

            Distance to Airport
            10-minute drive

            Hotel and Beach Resort

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            Yas Island is dotted with hotels and beach resorts ranging from the iconic to popular attractions. The Aldar Signature Hotel located above one of the racetrack grandstands provides spectacular views of international motor racing. Golf, marina, lagoon and beach resort hotels offer a unique world of choice for residents and visitors.

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            Yas Island


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                Em Dubai tendra um Parque Tematico dela F1

                Formula One theme park plan for Dubai
                Formula One supremo Bernie Ecclestone has teamed up with Union Properties to build the first ever Formula One World theme park at MotorCity in Dubailand.

                The developer has signed a deal with Formula One Administration to build the US $360 million project, which will spread over an area of 460 000 m2.

                The deal has ignited speculation that Dubai could pose a threat to the Bahrain Grand Prix.

                But Martin Whitaker, the general manager of the Bahrain track, has denied that the announcement poses a threat to its long term contract with Ecclestone.

                The MotorCity development will include a hotel and advanced conference centres. Construction work is expected to begin in 2006 and will be completed in 2008.

                Union Properties chairman Anis Al Jallaf, said: “We are intent on creating the most exciting and imaginative theme park in the world. This is another landmark in the rapidly developing landscape of 21st century Dubai.”

                Bernie Ecclestone, CEO, Formula One Administration said: “I’m pleased to be working with Union Properties and have every confidence that they will deliver an outstanding development, which Formula One fans the world over will enjoy.”

                The FIA Formula One World Championship is the world’s most popular annual sporting series and in 2004 was broadcast on television across a record setting 174 countries. This year is the biggest calendar in the history of F1 racing with 19 races across four continents.

                Formula One Administration, founded by Bernie Ecclestone, holds the exclusive commercial rights to the FIA Formula One World Championships.



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                Este Parque queda em DubaiMotorCity

                Formula One World construction to begin in second quarter next year

                By Saifur Rahman, Staff Reporter

                Construction of the Dh1.32 billion Formula One World, part of Union Properties’ multi-billion dollar 40 million square foot Dubai MotorCity project, will start during the second quarter of next year, said a senior official.

                “We are working on the blueprints with architects and designers to finalise the plan,” Simon Azzam, Union Properties chief executive told the media yesterday.

                Union Properties last week signed an agreement with Formula One Administration on the project, that is aimed at bringing in international circuits to Dubai and raise the emirate’s profile as a preferred tourism destination.

                “We have received good response from the F1 team while making the announcement in China recently,” he said.

                Eighty per cent of the facility will be covered and temperature controlled due to excessive heat during the peak summer months. “However, 20 per cent of F1 World will be an open facility,” he said.

                Spread over 5 million square feet, Formula One World will include a hotel and advanced conference centre, offering the global corporate community unique and truly original business facilities.

                The project is set to be completed in 2008.

                Dubai MotorCity will have four components including Dubai Autodrome, Formula One World, Business Park and Residential District.

                “We will make an announcement on the development of the Business Park when the plans are in final shape by late 2005, or during the first quarter of 2006,” Azzam said.

                The Dubai Autodrome and Business Park is the first fully integrated automotive and motor sports facility in the Middle East region, incorporating a world class FIA sanctioned 5.35 km motor racing track, international standard pit lane complex with a “state-of-the-art” grandstand accommodating over 7,000 spectators and modern hospitality suites for corporate customers.

                Azzam refuted claims that the present facility is largely unutilised.

                “The track is currently undergoing resurfacing works and will be ready for the GIT race next month. The facility is booked until April 2006.”

                Anees Al Jallaf, chairman of Union Properties, said: “Union Properties is intent on creating the most exciting and imaginative theme park in the world.”

                Theme park to attract some 1.9m visitors

                25 October 2005

                DUBAI — The $360 million Formula One World theme park, which is scheduled for completion in 2008, is expected to attract some 1.9 million visitors during the same year, Union Properties (UP), the developers of the project said yesterday.

                Earlier this month UP signed an agreement with Formula One administration in Shanghai at the Chinese Grand Prix to build the first-ever Formula One World at MotorCity in Dubailand.

                Spread over five million square feet, the new visionary and permanent theme park will offer access to the world‘s most popular annual sporting series and feature state-of-the-art fun and entertainment facilities under one roof. The development will also include a hotel and conference centres.

                Simon Azzam, chief executive officer, UP, did not disclose the total cost of the 40 million square feet MotorCity, but said that the rest of the projects within the city, including the business district and residential area will be launched before the year end or early next year.

                Both projects will be offered on leasehold. All the projects will be financed both through banks and internally, he said, adding that investment has not been yet finalised for the business district and residential area.

                MotorCity, a business park for the motor and the motor-related industries, is part to the Dubai Autodrome development. The construction of the fast track will start next year.

                “The concept and business plan are ready. We are waiting for the design,” he said.

                Dubai Autodrome is a fully integrated automotive and motor sports facility. It has a FIA sanctioned 5.39 km motor racing track, international standard pit lane complex with a “state-of-the-art” grandstand accommodating over 7,000 spectators as well as providing modern hospitality suites for corporate customers.

                Azzam said that the racing track has been recently resurfaced and awaits the FIA approval. The track is fully booked until April next year by some motor companies for testing and launching of vehicles.

                “We will have the first international race next month and starting from March, we expect to have a race every month,” he added.

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                  Lo que no tengan estos arabes, no lo tiene nadie, solo hay que ver esas mega islas artificiales que se han montado en la costa. Increible

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                      Definitivamente que los Emiratos Arabes Unidos son mi opción más fuerte de cambio de residnecia de algún futuro o al menos conocerlos, siempre me impresionan… =)

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                      El lugr es muy vistoso si, igual una visita… Para vivier no sé, los que estamos acostumbrados a las libertades de las democrácias occidentales igual deberíamos sospesarlo antes de fijar residencia allí.

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                        em los Emiratos no ai sindicatos, los trabajadores no tienen derechos e por año desaparecem unas 20000 personas.

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                          [quote quote=”puma”]
                          em los Emiratos no ai sindicatos, los trabajadores no tienen derechos e por año desaparecem unas 20000 personas.

                            No entiendo, los despiden o que tratas de decir???…

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                                  Si que es interesante…

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                                como Maddi

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                                  volviendo a tomar el tema de los desaparecidos digamos alguna idea de que les pasa o a donde van a parar o por qué esas desapariciones???…

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                                  Ferrari anuncia su plan de modelos hasta 2013

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                                    [i]Hace ya unos cuantos meses, allá por octubre del año pasado, para ser exactos, nos llegaron noticias desde Frankfurt indicando el lanzamiento de nuevos deportivos para el cavallino rampante. Entonces Amedeo Felisa no quiso dar grandes detalles aparte de que el Enzo, el 612 y el 599 contarían con sus respectivos sustitutos, pero hoy Fiat ha presentado sus planes de reestructuración, y entre ellos, se contemplan seis nuevos modelos y variantes para los próximos dos años.

                                    El primero de ellos, a introducir en 2011, será la carrocería Spider del 458 Italia, que servirá para dar relevo al F430 Spider. Más jugosa será la aparición del proyecto F151, con el que Ferrari dará un heredero al no particularmente apreciado 612 Scaglietti, manteniendo sus cuatro plazas y un espíritu netamente Gran Turismo… KERS mediante.

                                    Ya metidos en 2012 Ferrari lanzará el sucesor del Enzo, quién sabe con cuántos cilindros; cuentan los rumores que 12, pero los ingenieros de la casa también podrían estar pensando en una combinación V8+KERS. El tiempo lo dirá. También 2012 veremos las primeras imágenes del proyecto F152, llamado a sustituir al actual 599 GTB Fiorano.

                                    Pero no acaban ahí las cosas. Saltando a 2013, Ferrari ya tendrá lista la renovación del California, apellidada M como si fuéramos a contemplar una evolución similar a la experimentada por el 456 GT cuando se convirtió en el 456 M. Igualmente, 2013 será el año en el que Ferrari lanzará la versión más deportiva del 458, con una variante comparable al antiguo 360 Challenge Stradale.

                                    Como ves, los técnicos de Maranello no van a tener ni un minuto libre, y eso que estamos hablando únicamente de los modelos oficialmente confirmados para los próximos dos años. Quién sabe lo que ya tienen en los tableros de dibujo y no se atreven a decir.[/i]

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                                        Una versión Scuderia del Italia, tan ansiada por mi… ya empieza a correr mi reloj, 3 años no son nada!, todos recordamos lo que rondó por aquí el Panamera.
                                        Y del remplazo del Enzo, que sea el tan cacareado F70.

                                        El 612 siempre me ha parecido una preciosidad en cuanto a diseño, para mi ha estado a la altura del 575 (para mi, uno de los mejores dibujos de la historia de la casa), solo espero que el remplazo del GTB le supere en belleza, como a sido tradición en los GT´s biplaza de Ferrari.

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                                          Ferrari presentará un 599 roadster en Pebble beach

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                                            “Ferrari is synonymous with technological innovation. Into India by the end of the year and a 12-cylinder ‘open-top’ in the near future”

                                            Maranello, June 9th 2010 – Yesterday morning, Ferrari President Luca di Montezemolo, was in London for a series of business meetings and was also interviewed by a team of BBC journalists for several TV and radio programmes broadcast by the British Broadcasting Corporation.

                                            One of the main themes covered was Ferrari’s role in the world automotive industry and the outlook for the sector given the fuel consumption and emissions commitments now in place. “Ferrari is synonymous with driving emotion, beautiful design and ongoing technological innovation, characteristics that are shared by all of our models. One of the focuses of our constant drive for technological innovation is emissions reduction,” declared Montezemolo. “So far, we have achieved significant results that will continue to improve as time goes on. In fact, we’ve already unveiled an innovative 12-cylinder hybrid based on our experience with KERS in Formula 1.”

                                            The BBC journalists also commented on Maranello’s consistently growing sales and how output held steady during the year when the world economic crisis was at its most severe. Montezemolo explained this phenomenon by commenting: “We aren’t changing the company strategy of always building fewer cars than the market demands”. This strategy ensures Ferrari maintains the brand’s exclusivity. In that regard, the Ferrari President also announced that the brand will launch in India by the end of 2010, further confirmation of the crucial role that the emerging markets are playing for the company which exports more than 90% of its cars.

                                            Montezemolo also painted a picture of Ferrari as very much in tune with the times and market demands, a company both conscious and proud of its tradition but also one looking to the future to ensure that it never stands still.

                                            When questioned on Italy’s economic situation, the Ferrari President reiterated his huge faith in his nation and his fellow Italians’ ability to tackle urgent problems. One journalist pointed out that Montezemolo’s own reputation in Italy is on a par with the prime minister’s and then asked if he would consider running for that particular job, but the Ferrari President merely smiled and said “I really don’t think so”.

                                            Later, in the evening, Montezemolo met with the UK’s specialist car sector media, in the run-up to the launch of an exclusive “open-top” version of the 599 of which a very limited number will be built. “This is a very unusual car and it will certainly surprise you. It’s only going to be available to a very select number of clients who’ve been asking us for an open-top version of the 12-cylinder for quite some time now. We won’t be unveiling it at a show though. Instead we’ll be organising private presentations.”

                                            With regard to the adoption of new technologies, including those focused on fuel consumption reduction, the Ferrari chairman confirmed the Prancing Horse’s interest in hybrid cars and stressed that Maranello’s engineers are working on all fronts. When asked for details on V6 or turbo engines, Montezemolo commented that, technologies aside, what will continue to drive emissions and fuel reductions for Ferraris will, as always, be innovation, extreme technology and a constant exchange of information with Formula 1, aimed at maintaining the sportiness and driving pleasure that make Ferraris unique.

                                            With regard to Formula 1, Montezemolo repeated that after a good start this season, the team has some work to do to become more competitive. However, he also added that he has utmost faith in the ability of the Ferrari staff and the response we will see from them in the upcoming races. On the subject of the F1 sector, he confirmed that all parties involved need to work together to ensure that the races are more exciting. He also acknowledged that costs would have to be reduced but not to the detriment of the sport or technology.

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