Marina Bay Street Circuit, Singapore
19th - 21st Sep 2014
The 2014 Singapore Grand Prix is scheduled to take place on Sunday 21st September on the F1 Marina Bay Street Circuit.
The floodlit track of the Singapore Grand Prix circuit makes it one of the most atmospheric races on the F1 calendar. Taking place at the Marina Bay Street Circuit, the race debuted here in 2008 and has become a massive success due to the spectacular city backdrop and exhilarating high-speed on-track action.
The Grand Prix here continues to enthral spectators year after year with with its exciting combination of adrenaline-pumping night racing along public roads and continuous live entertainment. This year, multi award-winning bands are set to take to the Padang Stage in their first ever concert in Singapore each night. Entry to the concert is included with any three-day 2014 Formula 1 Singapore Grand Prix ticket.
Setting the stage as one of the highlights of Formula One, the Singapore Grand Prix has earned itself the title of 'The Jewel in the Formula One Crown'. The best connected Grand Prix circuit via public transport, the track is less than a six-minute walk away from five subway stations and a stones throw from exclusive 5-star hotels and the Central Business District (CBD).
Talk to your yacht charter broker about incorporating a trip to Singapore into your itinerary in September to see this unique race for yourself. See the full range of charter yachts available in Singapore and read our full guide on the area.
The floodlit track of the Singapore Grand Prix circuit makes it one of the most atmospheric races on the F1 calendar.
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