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Language

Language

English, Malay, Mandarin, Tamil

Currency

Currency

Singapore Dollar S$(SGD)

Clock

Time Zone

UTC +8

Electricity

230V, 50Hz, Type G

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Singapore

Weather

28℃  29℃

light rain

  • Wed

    28℃   30℃

  • Thu

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  • Sat

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It’s fair to say F1 loves the Singapore Grand Prix. The race has been run on the current street circuit since 2008 and has last year extended its agreement to 2028.

The beauty of this event is everything is so close to the track. There are hundreds of hotels available in all categories although those closest to the track command the highest prices especially if they offer views of the track from the rooms.

Thankfully the race takes place at night which means the temperature drops a few degrees but not the humidity, so dress accordingly. This is the only track where there are portable air coolers positioned throughout the paddock which is a godsend for those who spend most of their time in the paddock.

If you’re hoping to meet a driver, know that most will drive into the drivers’ car park at the Singapore Eye end of the paddock and walk through those swipe gates. Some may walk from nearby hotels e.g. Ritz Carlton so if you wait at the entrance to drivers car park they may stop for you on the way.

F1 Singapore Lights

KYM'S TIP

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If there’s one race you’ll want to be in an air conditioned corporate suite it’s Singapore. The heat and humidity can be stifling so if you’re budget will allow it, book a corporate package.

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The Singapore Eye provides a dramatic backdrop and you can even ride the wheel while the race is on for a bird’s eye view.

F1 Singapore Eye

The cars average just under 180km/hr for a lap. There is only one track with a lower average speed and that’s Monaco, so overtaking in Singapore is tricky and the safety car has been called upon at every single race.

Note too that this is the only race that you cannot book F1 Experiences packages because the circuit retains all of the corporate hospitality stock.

F1 Singapore Paddock

BEHIND THE SCENES F1 VIDEOS

ABOUT THE Singapore

GRAND PRIX CIRCUIT

The Marina Bay Circuit winds its way around the Marina Bay area and across two bridges.

Since 2008

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Number of Laps:

62

Circuit Length:

4.94KM

Race Distance:

306.143KM

Lap Record:

1:35.867

Lewis Hamilton (2023)

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Singapore Grand Prix Guide

If you're planning to attend the Singapore Grand Prix, here's some information that you'll find invaluable.