Several FM teams are busy preparing the Yas Marina F1 track ahead of the Etihad Airways Abu Dhabi Grand Prix from 23 - 26, November.
An army of cleaners, painters, gardeners and technical experts have descended on Yas Marina Circuit, an official statement has claimed.
As much as 4,500 litres of Yas blue paint, 720 litres of ivory, 1,440 litres of red and 1,440 litres of white paint will be applied by teams of painters.
The team tasked with painting the tracks white edging will have to cover a total of 26 kilometers. These are painted four times, which requires 450 litres of white paint.
Cleaners are also clearing away months of sand and dust from the circuits grandstands, as they are accompanied by high-pressure hoses, while the 75 acres of landscaped areas will see 715 palm trees and 150,000 flowers planted before the race.
All the hotels on the Yas Island strip, including the glowing facade of the Yas Viceroy, are being worked on.
As many as 60,000 fans are expected, the organisers have said.
Street cleaners are also busy at work ensuring all facilities are in order before the teams, crews, and fans arrive.
Six charter flights will land at Abu Dhabi Airport, each loaded with more than 90 tonnes of gear, while Abu Dhabis Khalifa Port will handle 140 containers, each carrying the kit needed to set-up cars for the F1, F2 and GP3 teams.
The paint weighs between 2-3 tonnes, with 500 kgs alone being applied to kerbing each day.