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20th - 22th SEPTEMBER 2019

Singapore Grand Prix 2019

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Singapore Grand Prix Tickets

GRAND PRIX EVENTS HAS BEEN APPOINTED OFFICIAL EUROPEAN & UK TICKET AND TRAVEL AGENT FOR THIS RACE!

Singapore has been setting the stage for one of the highlights of the Formula One calendar, earning it the title of “the jewel in the Formula One crown”. Come September 2018, Singapore will once again raise the bar to create another memorable Formula One event. Grandstand tickets available for onsite collection in Singapore.

CIRCUIT ZONES:

Download the Zone and Circuit Map here

Contact our onsite team via sales@grandprixevents.com for any last minute enquiries or orders.

*ALL ORDERS WILL BE FOR BOX OFFICE COLLECTION AND HANDLED BY OUR ONSITE TEAM*

LAST MINUTE TICKET SALES, PLEASE CONTACT OUR ONSITE TEAM: DANIEL BOIS +44 7770 777 609 OR EMAIL sales@grandprixevents.com 

Grandstands
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$ 1,517
$ 1,034
$ 722
$ 722
$ 722
$ 320
$ 320
$ 371
$ 320
$ 216
3 Day Combination
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General Admission
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Single Day Tickets
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$ 753
$ 95
$ 201
$ 290

LOCATION:

The Singapore circuit is located on the streets around Singapore Marina.

CONCERTS:

All FORMULA 1 2018 SINGAPORE AIRLINES SINGAPORE GRAND PRIX ticket holders will be able to catch the headlining concerts at the Padang Stage in Zone 4, as long as your ticket corresponds to the date of the concert. For example, you must hold a Friday race ticket to enable you to catch the concerts taking place on Friday. A separate ticket is not required.

ZONES:

Download the Zone and Circuit Map here

Zone 1:

  • Pit Grandstand
  • Turn 1 Grandstand
  • Turn 2 Grandstand
  • Turn 3 Grandstand

Singapore Flyer Rides
Located within the Marina Bay Street Circuit, the Singapore Flyer will be accessible to Zone 1 ticketholders only from 14 to 16 September 2018.
Zone 1 patrons will have free access to the Singapore Flyer during the opening hours of the Circuit Park.
Ride on the 165m high observation wheel where you can enjoy a great view of the track especially the starting grid and finish line.

Zone 2:

  • Pit Grandstand
  • Turn 1 Grandstand
  • Turn 2 Grandstand
  • Turn 3 Grandstand

Zone 3: 

  • Pit Grandstand
  • Turn 1 Grandstand
  • Turn 2 Grandstand
  • Turn 3 Grandstand
  • Bay Grandstand

Zone 4:

  • Pit Grandstand
  • Turn 1 Grandstand
  • Turn 2 Grandstand
  • Turn 3 Grandstand
  • Bay Grandstand
  • Stamford Grandstand
  • Connaught Grandstand
  • Esplanade Waterfront
  • Padang

3-DAY GRANDSTANDS:

Super Pit
Seated in the upper rows in selected blocks (A4 – A16) of the Pit Grandstand. Fans can enjoy spectacular views of the Pit Straight, team garages, starting grid or finish line. Super Pit ticketholders will also receive a commemorative ticket, lanyard as well as priority access at Gate 1. This ticket allows access to Zone 1, Zone 2, Zone 3 and Zone 4.

Pit Grandstand
Situated right opposite the team garages enjoy great views of the Pit Lane, starting grid and finish line. Guests have access to Zone 1, Zone 2, Zone 3 and Zone 4. Experience the thrill first-hand as drivers tackle the final corner at about 200 km/h before going full throttle towards the finish line.

Connaught Grandstand
Enjoy superb views of the cars racing across the Esplanade Bridge at speeds of up to 280km/h, and jostling for overtaking opportunities at the Turn 14 right-hander. Certain seats also offer a view of Turn 8. All Guests with Connaught Grandstand tickets have access to Zone 4.

Padang Grandstand
Situated on the driver’s left, the Padang Grandstand offers a great view of the cars racing past the iconic City Hall and old Supreme Court at about 240km/h, as they head towards the Singapore Sling (Turn 10). Ticket holders can enjoy the close proximity to the Padang Stage and have access to Zone 4.

Bay Grandstand
A signature feature of Marina Bay Street Circuit, Bay Grandstand sits on a beautiful waterfront stretch where, just after Turn 18, the cars pass directly underneath the stand. This pass includes access to zones 3 and 4.

Turn 1 Grandstand
Situated at the end of the start/finish straight, you’ll witness the cars jostle for position at the circuit’s tricky first corner. The extreme braking creates a noisy atmosphere and pass holders can enter zones 1-4.

Turn 2 Grandstand
You’ll have a vantage view of the first three turns and the pit lane exit with access to zones 1-4. The oncoming cars approach the first turn, negotiate the second then slow for the overtaking opportunities at the left-hander Turn 3.

Turn 3 Premier Grandstand
Upgraded experience with wider cushioned seats and exclusive access to restroom facilities. Guests will be given 2 meal vouchers, 2 snack vouchers and 5 drink (beer, wine or soft drink) vouchers per day to be redeemed at the facilities adjacent to the grandstand, or at the dedicated bars. In addition, guests also receive an amenity pack with earplugs, poncho and other items.

Stamford Grandstand
Between turns 7 and 8, Stamford Grandstand sees the cars brake hard following the DRS activation zone, negotiate a left-hand turn in third gear and speed off onto Nicoll Highway. Pass holders have access to zone 4.

Esplanade Grandstand
Fans at the Esplanade Waterfront Grandstand get a close-up view of the cars accelerating towards the picturesque Marina Bay waterfront before driving under the Bay Grandstand. This is where Jenson Button almost ran into the back of Sebastian Vettel’s Red Bull in 2012. Situated within Zone 4, patrons also enjoy close proximity to the Esplanade Outdoor Theatre, a bustling site for entertainment performances as well as numerous food and beverage outlets.

SUNDAY ZONE 1 SPECIAL:

Sunday Pit Grandstand
Situated right opposite the team garages enjoy great views of the Pit Lane, starting grid and finish line. Guests have access to Zone 1, Zone 2, Zone 3 and Zone 4. Experience the thrill first-hand as drivers tackle the final corner at about 200 km/h before going full throttle towards the finish line.

3-DAY WALKABOUTS:

PREMIER WALKABOUT
Fans can catch the action from bleachers strategically located throughout the Circuit Park, including the first and final sequence of corners, the pit lane entry and exit, as well as along the sweeping right-­‐hander at Turn 5.

Fans here witnessed Bruno Senna suffer a mishap not once, but twice over the weekend in 2012. Senna’s Williams Renault made contact with the left-­‐hand wall at Turn 20 during FP2, damaging the left-­‐rear suspension. In Qualifying, Senna hit the barriers at Turn 21 – this time breaking his right rear suspension in the process.

Vitaly Petrov’s Caterham brought out the red flags in FP3 when he hit the barriers here too, before spinning to a halt at the entrance of the Pit Lane with a broken right rear suspension.

Premier Walkabout patrons can also indulge in a multitude of entertainment, food and beverage offerings across the entire Circuit Park over the three days, with access to Zone 1, Zone 2, Zone 3 and Zone 4.

ZONE 4 WALKABOUT
Zone 4 Walkabout patrons will enjoy unparalleled views of the exciting race action from specially designed bleachers in strategic trackside locations that maximise viewing opportunities. These include the Esplanade Drive and Raffles Avenue. In 2012, patrons witnessed Schumacher outbrake himself at Turn 14 and ram his Mercedes into the back of Jean-­‐Eric Vergne’s Toro Rosso, taking both cars out of the race.

Patrons can choose their preferred spot to watch the race up-­‐close or roam around Zone 4 to catch different perspectives of the challenging twists and turns of the Marina Bay Street Circuit.

Zone 4 Walkabout tickets are also ideal for fans who want to catch the daily performances by international headlining acts at the Padang Stage as well as the roving entertainment in Zone 4.

ZONE 4 SINGLE-­‐DAY WALKABOUT
Zone 4 Walkabout patrons will enjoy unparalleled views of the exciting race action from specially designed bleachers in strategic trackside locations that maximise viewing opportunities. These include the Esplanade Drive and Raffles Avenue. In 2012, patrons witnessed Schumacher outbrake himself at Turn 14 and ram his Mercedes into the back of Jean-­‐Eric Vergne’s Toro Rosso, taking both cars out of the race.

Patrons can choose their preferred spot to watch the race up-­‐close or roam around Zone 4 to catch different perspectives of the challenging twists and turns of the Marina Bay Street Circuit.

Zone 4 Walkabout tickets are also ideal for fans who want to catch the daily performances by international headlining acts at the Padang Stage as well as the roving entertainment in Zone 4.