Singapore Grand Prix Tickets
Singapore Grand Prix: The best of F1
Are you feeling the need for speed? Then get your Singapore Grand Prix tickets ASAP! You’ll find the absolute fastest drivers in the world whipping around Singapore’s intricate 190 mile course at speeds that seem impossible given the high humidity in the area. Whether you choose a ticket at the Bay Grandstand, Padang Grandstand or the Marina Bay Circuit Singapore, get ready for your adrenaline to go through the roof as you try to keep up with the best F1 drivers in the world competing for that #1 spot! It usually takes place in September and tickets go on sale well in advance. Don’t miss your chance to attend one of the world’s best Formula 1 Grand Prix!
Singapore Grand Prix results and events
As in the Formula 1 United States Grand Prix, Mercedes’ Lewis Hamilton is a sure fan favorite in Singapore, too. He came in with a bang in 2007 and has been an almost unbeatable force ever since. Another repeated F1 Singapore winner is the (semi-) veteran Sebastian Vettel who certainly knows how to handle the power of a Ferrari better than anyone on this planet! Did you know that Singapore Grand Prix tickets can get you way more than a seat at the race? There are events throughout the entire weekend including multiple concerts by top international artists! There’s a little bit of everything for everyone’s music tastes. Pervious artists have included Las Vegas’ The Killers, the Mandopop star, Jay Chou, Oasis’ former singer, Liam Gallagher, and even J-pop/rock group Sekai No Owari! Other performers included Dua Lipa, Martin Garrix, Ed Sheeran and many more! The concerts get better and more elaborate every year, so buy your Singapore Grand Prix tickets well ahead of time to make sure you reserve your spot not only to see the race, but to also attend the concerts!
With cars reaching top speeds of 233 mph and races lasting up to the maximum two hours, Formula 1 racing is adrenaline-packed event! For the time being, Ferrari takes own the gold medal for having won the most races. There are more than 20 F1 Grand Prix races each year in countries all over the world! In addition to the Singapore Grand Prix in Asia, there is also the Malaysia, Chinese and Japanese Grand Prix . Not to mention the Australia Grand Prix which attracts almost 300,000 fans from all corners of the world. From the British Grand Prix, the Canadian or even the Argentine Grand Prix each race is a unique experience that you must see first-hand!
NASCAR vs F1
Motorsports popularity is on the rise and while some may be loyal to a particular professional racing sport, the general question in the US is about the difference between NASCAR and F1. NASCAR is a clear national favorite and they tend to keep their race locations in the country. Formula 1 on the other hand hosts races in more than 19 countries and 4 different continents. A NASCAR track is generally oval and similar in each location. A F1 track is a circuit with both left and right turns, making it a lot more challenging a different in each city. As far as the length of the event, F1 races are much shorter (max 2 hours) whereas NASCAR races have no time limit and can last for more than four hours! Despite being able to reach similar speeds, F1 cars are quicker, more agile and smaller. Whatever you preference may be, they’re both sporting events that most definitely need to be seen live in person to really feel the race and the excitement in the air!
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