The Singapore Grand Prix is a motor racing event that forms part of the Formula One World Championship. The event takes place on the Marina Bay Street Circuit and was the inaugural night race and the first street circuit in Asia designed for Formula One races. For you to have the best grasp of this year’s tournament, here are all the things to know about F1 Singapore Grand Prix 2023.
1. Is F1 happening in Singapore 2023?
Yes, the tournament will be held in Marina Bay Street Circuit Marina Bay, Singapore.
2. What date is the F1 in Singapore?
The annual Singapore f1 grand prix 2023 dates are 15, 16, and 17 September.
– Practice 1: 5.30 pm to 6.30 pm
– Practice 2: 9 pm to 10 pm
– Practice 3: 5.30 pm to 6.30 pm
– Qualifying: 9 pm to 10 pm
– Race: 8 pm
3. How much is the ticket for F1 Singapore?
F1 Singapore Grand Prix 2023 Budget
- Weekend cost approx. $880 SGD ($655 USD)
- 3-Day Stamford Grandstand ticket = $398 SGD
- Dorm bed at hostel in central Singapore (3 nights) = $180 SGD
- Spending money ($100 SGD x 3) = $300 SGD
F1 Singapore Grand Prix 2023 Tickets Mid-Range
- Weekend cost approx. $2,500 SGD ($1,860 USD)
- 3-Day Turn 1/2 Grandstand ticket = $1,288 SGD
- 3 or 4-star hotel in central Singapore for 3 nights (per person, twin share) = $600 SGD
- Spending money ($200 x 3) = $600 SGD
High End Tickets
- Weekend cost approx. $8.200 SGD ($6,100 USD)
- 3-Day Green Room hospitality ticket = $5,500 SGD
- 4 or 5-star hotel in central Singapore for 3 nights (per person, twin share) = $1,200 SGD
- Spending money ($500 SGD x 3) = $1,500 SGD
Singapore Grand Prix 2023 packages
Packages including flights (from just $799 ex Perth), hand-selected 4-star or 5-star hotels (including track-view rooms at The Ritz-Carlton, Singapore), official tickets (grandstands or hospitality), complimentary airport transfers, sightseeing and more.
4. Singapore Grand Prix 2023 cruise
You’ll witness the cars race at speeds of up to 325km/h through the city streets, against a backdrop of Singapore’s iconic historical landmarks, modern skyscrapers, and unmistakable skyline. It’s something of an understatement to say that the atmosphere during this exciting event is electric and you’ll find multiple stages around the circuit with performers from all over the world, including renowned bands, illusionists, theatre, and circus-cabaret acts. Taking place at night in the heart of the city, the 5.063 km-long Marina Bay Street Circuit offers a combination of long straights and fast and demanding turns, providing drivers with a grueling challenge and a thoroughly exhilarating experience for the spectators.
That’s the end of this F1 Singapore Grand Prix 2023 preview. What do you expect from this year’s tournament? Discuss with us in the comment section below.