Gear Up for the 2018 Singapore F1 Grand Prix
One of the newer races on the calendar and the first race to be held at night, the Singapore Grand Prix is fast becoming one of the most popular races on the annual Formula 1 calendar.
Held on the streets surrounding the Marina Bay district of Singapore, two lucky fans can watch the world’s fastest cars at "breakneck" speed trying to out manoeuvre the competition.
After the race, mix and mingle with F1 drivers and celebrities at the exclusive post-race party. The lavish Grand Prix Season After-Party is located in the stunning Grand Ballroom of the famous Ritz-Carlton, Millenia Hotel. Your evening features a sizzling line-up of headline artists, fashion shows, live entertainment and high-octane partying for its elite guests.
This experience includes:
- 2 Grandstand Tickets for each race day—September 14, September 15, and September 16, 2018—exact seating subject to availability
- 2 Esplanade Waterfront Weekend Grandstand Passes, which admit you to view the live music acts for all three days
- 2 tickets to the Podium Lounge, post-race party on Sunday, September 16, 2018
- 1 authentic "collectors piece" of signed memorabilia depicting the rise of Superstar and current F1 World Champion Lewis Hamilton will be couriered to your home.
- 3-night double occupancy accommodations in a five-star hotel in the heart of Singapore, subject to availability
- Ground airport transfers for 2 guests
- Concierge service to assist you in planning this exciting experience
Please note: You must book your experience a minimum of 60 days before the date you travel.
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