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New grandstands added for 2023 Formula 1 Singapore Grand Prix

New grandstands added for 2023 Formula 1 Singapore Grand Prix
April 19, 2023

In preparation for the F1 Singapore Grand Prix 2023 organisers have announced two new grandstands will be introduced at the Marina Bay Street Circuit to accommodate high demand for tickets.

With the closure of the Bay Grandstand as part of the redevelopment of The Float at Marina Bay having reduced capacity for the event, Singapore GP has been working closely with stakeholders and local authorities to identify new sites for additional grandstands and viewing bleachers.

As a result, limited seats are now available at two new grandstands - the Sheares (Turn 1) and Promenade (between Turns 17 & 18) Grandstands, along with the Pit Entry Grandstand (Turn 19). These grandstands will provide ticketholders access to all zones in the Circuit Park and are priced from S$1,188 (US$890).

In addition, organisers have released limited single-day Zone 4 and Premier Walkabout tickets for sale - costing from S$128 (US$96). All walkabout ticketholders will have access to strategically located viewing bleachers within the Marina Bay Street Circuit and the entertainment in Zone 4.

Five months out from the event ticket demand is high with 12 ticket categories either sold out or are selling fast.

The race weekend will also feature an impressive entertainment line-up, making it a highly sought-after experience for fans.

Formula 1 Singapore Airlines Singapore Grand Prix 2023 is being held from 15th to 17th September.

Image: The starting grid for the Singapore Grand Prix. Credit: Singapore GP Pte Ltd.

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