Race enthusiasts who were slow on snapping up tickets for this year’s three-day elaborate speed race can now secure some.
Organizers of the Formula 1 Singapore Airlines Singapore Grand Prix happening September 15 to 17 announced today that they have released more tickets after tickets from 12 categories were selling fast or have already sold out.
They have also added new grandstands at the Marina Bay Street Circuit to make up for parts of the venue that have been closed for the redevelopment of The Float at Marina Bay.
For now, tickets for new grandstands – the Sheares (Turn 1), Promenade (between Turns 17 & 18) and the Pit Entry Grandstands (Turn 19) are priced from S$1,188. These tickets will have access to all zones in the Circuit Park.
Single-day Zone 4 and Premier Walkabout tickets that are priced from S$128 have also been released.
Singapore GP is currently working with stakeholders and authorities to map out more new sites for additional grandstands and viewing bleachers.
The entertainment lineup will also be released soon, organizers teased.
Last year’s Grand Prix saw a record-breaking crowd of 302,000 attendees with Red Bull Racing’s Sergio Perez clinching first place followed by Ferarri’s Charles Leclerc and Carlos Sainz. Red Bull Racing’s Max Verstappen, who the majority thought was going to come in first finished seventh place.
Fans following the races this year would agree that the new season presents a different fight compared to the previous years with Aston Martin surprising everyone with their performance – and there’s no better track to watch the battle than the challenging Marina Bay circuit.
“With Aston Martin and Mercedes putting up a fight with Red Bull Racing, 2023 is shaping up to be a thrilling Formula 1 season,” Singapore GP wrote in a news release.
For those only interested in the musical acts and parties, the circuit hosted several big-name acts such as Westlife, Green Day, Black Eyed Peas, Marshmello, among many others.
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