New Grandstands Added For The Formula 1 Singapore Grand Prix 2023
Strong demand for tickets with 12 categories already sold out or selling fast
The Formula 1 Singapore Grand Prix 2023 is one of the biggest events held in Singapore this year and so naturally, there is bound to be a huge number of attendees. So how would the Marina Bay Street Circuit, which is where the race is to be held, handle this?
More Seats For The Fans
Due to strong demand for tickets, two new grandstands will be introduced at the Marina Bay Street Circuit for the Formula 1 Singapore Airlines Singapore Grand Prix 2023. Plus with Aston Martin and Mercedes putting up a fight with Red Bull Racing, 2023 could shape up to be a thrilling Formula 1 season for fans in attendance.
Combined with the soon-to-be released entertainment lineup, the Formula 1 Singapore Airlines Singapore Grand Prix 2023 is expected to attract another sell-out crowd. Will you be part of the crowd? We reckon it will be a good time for sure, so perhaps you might want to watch the race live if you have the time.
New Ticket Options Now Available
The additional grandstands will also mitigate the overall reduction in capacity due to the closure of the Bay Grandstand as part of the redevelopment of The Float at Marina Bay. Race promoter Singapore GP has been working together with stakeholders and the local authorities to identify new sites for additional grandstands and viewing bleachers.
More Tickets, More Fun
On top of that, limited seats are now available at two new grandstands, specifically the Sheares (Turn 1) and Promenade (between Turns 17 and 18) Grandstands, along with the Pit Entry Grandstand (Turn 19).
The grandstands will provide ticket holders access to all zones in the Circuit Park, and are priced from SGD1,188 (RM3944). Limited single-day Zone 4 and Premier Walkabout tickets, priced from S$128 (RM425), have also been released for sale from today.
All walkabout ticket holders will have access to strategically located viewing bleachers within the Marina Bay Street Circuit as well as the entertainment in Zone 4. Singapore GP will continue to explore additional areas for ticket holders to view the race in the Circuit Park this 15 to 17 September.
Tickets can be purchased from the Official Singapore Grand Prix Website and via authorised ticketing partners.