SINGAPORE: Fans of the Formula One Singapore Grand Prix can buy tickets from Wednesday, with 65,000 general three—day tickets on sale for the early birds.
They will enjoy significant savings and new initiatives for the sixth instalment of the world’s only Formula One night race on 20, 21 and 22 September.
As in previous years, race promoter Singapore GP will release the tickets in two phases: the early—bird phase from 20 February to 30 April, and the regular phase from 1 May.
About 85 per cent of the ticket categories on offer are priced the same or lower than in 2012.
Fans can look forward to savings of up to 30 per cent if they buy early as a group under the Group Booking Special scheme.
In response to popular demand, Singapore GP is offering an additional combination package for spectators to explore different parts of the Circuit Park on each of the three days.
Fans can opt for the new Zone 1 Walkabout combination package that consists of a Pit Grandstand ticket for both Friday and Saturday, as well as a Sunday Premier Walkabout ticket at only S$688 during the early—bird phase.
The Turn 1, Padang and Bay combination packages will still be available from S$398 to S$788 at early—bird price.
Following the sell—out success of the Turn 3 Premier Grandstand last year, an additional Premier Grandstand has been launched.
It offers spectators the chance to witness possible overtaking opportunities at the Memorial (Turn 7) up—close.
Tickets are priced at S$1,598 for the Turn 7 Premier Grandstand @ Stamford and S$2,128 for the Turn 3 Premier Grandstand.
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