Marina Bay Street Circuit, Singapore
16th - 18th Sep 2016
The thrilling Singapore Grand Prix is proposed to return to F1 Marina Bay Street Circuit from Friday 16th September to Sunday 18th September.
The floodlit track at the Singapore Grand Prix makes it one of the most atmospheric and eagerly anticipated races on the F1 calendar. Having debuted in 2008, the race, with the stunning backdrop of downtown Singapore was a roaring success and continues to wow racers and spectators with her spectacular cityscape and exhilarating high-speed action.
Year after year the Grand Prix continues to enthral spectators with the dynamic blend of adrenaline-pumping night racing through the public roads and jam-packed quality live entertainment. This year saw some of the world’s most prestigious stars perform including Maroon 5, Bon Jovi and Pharrell Williams, and with around 320 artists coming from around the world, next year’s line-up is guaranteed to be just as impressive.
Singapore doesn’t only continue to challenge drivers like no other with heat and humidity, but it has earned itself the title of ‘The Jewel in the Formula One Crown’ as the best connected Grand Prix circuit via public transport. The track is only a 6-minute walk away from the five nearest subway stations and a stone's throw from the most exclusive 5-star hotels and the Central Business District (CBD).
From closer racing, incredible track access, and 165-metre aerial views of the circuit, the Singapore Grand Prix is so much more than just a race.
Contact your preferred charter broker about including a trip to Singapore in your September charter itinerary to be a part of the Singapore Grand Prix spectacle. Alternatively, look at the wide range of superyachts for charter in Singapore in our full guide to the area.
For pure spectacle, look no further than the Singapore Grand Prix
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