Live Bid! Singapore F1 Grand Prix VIP Weekend for Two with Accommodation
Gear up for the world’s only formula one night race that will take place this September in Singapore.
The Singapore Circuit is famous for its incredible off-track entertainment to complement the weekend’s racing. Not only will there be headline performances every evening after the on-track activities, there will also be an array of artists performing around the circuit over the entire race weekend.
Two very lucky fans will see the world’s fastest cars roar past them at breakneck speed in a bid to out-manoeuvre the competition.
After the race on Sunday night you will have the opportunity to mingle with F1 drivers and celebrities, as well as your fellow F1 enthusiasts, at the exclusive post-race party.
This amazing experience includes:
- Tickets to the Podium Lounge directly across from The Paddock Club
- Post-race party on Sunday in the stunning Grand Ballroom of the famous Ritz-Carlton, Millenia Hotel
- 3 nights 5* double occupancy accommodation in the heart of Singapore (20-23 September)
- Buffet breakfast at the hotel
- Airport meet & greet
- Return airport to hotel transfers
- Sightseeing Tour Pass of Singapore, Stamford, Padang or Connaught Weekend
- Grandstand tickets (Fri, Sat & Sun) with fabulous live on-circuit entertainment (Fri, Sat & Sun)
- Signed F1 World Champion memorabilia depicting the current or a former F1 World Champion
- Flights, travel insurance, additional food and drink not
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