FORMULA 1 SINGAPORE AIRLINES SINGAPORE GRAND PRIX 2019 – Travel Packages & Deals

Formula 1® » Singapore Grand Prix™ 2019

Date 20 Sep, 2019 22 Sep, 2019
From $1,853 AUD pp, twin/double share

4 Night Packages - 2019 Singapore Grand Prix


Sportsnet Holidays’ 2019 Singapore Grand Prix™ travel packages include:

  • 4 nights accommodation from a range of quality, centrally-located Singapore hotels
  • 3-Day Stamford Grandstand ticket (other grandstands and hospitality also available)
  • Entry into Sportsnet’s EXCLUSIVE 7th Annual Formula 1® Singapore Grand Prix Lunch including lunch, drinks, a Formula 1® personality as the MC and a Formula 1® legend special guest (2018’s special guest was Mark Webber)
  • 1 day ‘Hop On, Hop Off’ Singapore Sightseeing Tour
  • Plus more!
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The Singapore Grand Prix™ is one of the most iconic and unique races on the Formula 1® calendar! Famous for being the original night race of F1®, the Singapore Grand Prix™ is also famous for it’s entertainment off the track! World-class performers including Calvin Harris, Justin Bieber, Maroon 5, Ariana Grande, Katy Perry, Rihanna, Dua Lipa and Bon Jovi have all performed at the Marina Bay Circuit in the past. Combine the electric atmosphere provided by the world’s fastest cars racing under lights on the streets of one of the world’s most vibrant cities with incredible live music, and you have the recipe for one bloody good weekend!

What’s more, the actual racing that the Singapore Grand Prix™ and the Marina Bay Circuit provide is among some of the closest and most intriguing in Formula 1®. Being a street circuit, raw horsepower (we’re looking at you AMG Mercedes!) is less of a factor; whilst good handling packages, smart tyre wear management and good driving in general becomes more critical than ever. In fact, in the past three years, three different drivers have stood atop the Singapore Grand Prix™ podium, which in this era of the sport is quite rare! From a biased Australian’s perspective though, perhaps the best/most important thing about the Singapore Grand Prix™ is that Daniel Ricciardo always performs strongly there! In the past four years Dan has finished (in order of most recent to least) 6th, 2nd, 2nd and 2nd!  In his first year with Renault in 2019, can he finally hold aloft the big trophy?! Be there LIVE to see him do another ‘shoe-y’ hopefully!

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Official Event Name: FORMULA 1 SINGAPORE AIRLINES SINGAPORE GRAND PRIX 2019
Event Start Date: September 20 2019
Event End Date: September 22 2019
Event Official Website: www.singaporegp.com
Event Category: Formula 1®
Headline Performer: Red Hot Chili Peppers
Event Location: Marina Bay Street Circuit
Event Address: Marina Bay, Singapore
Packages in range: 1
Packages prices from: $1,853

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FORMULA 1 SINGAPORE AIRLINES SINGAPORE GRAND PRIX 2019 Travel Packages

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FORMULA 1 SINGAPORE AIRLINES SINGAPORE GRAND PRIX 2019 Travel Packages:

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4 Night Packages 4 $1,635*
Sportsnet’s 7th Annual Singapore Grand Prix Lunch N/A $280

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Another highlight of Sportsnet’s Singapore Grand Prix™ race weekend is Sportsnet’s EXCLUSIVE Annual Singapore Grand Prix™ Lunch (view photos from the 2018 Lunch)! Hosted by an F1® personality and staged at a unique location each year (previous venues have included Marina Bay Sands and The Hard Rock Cafe), the Annual Singapore Grand Prix™ Lunch is an afternoon of food, drinks and insights from some of Formula 1®’s biggest legends – past guests have included Mark WebberDavid Coulthard, Martin Brundle and Damon Hill among others!

If you’d love to experience one of the most exciting and electric races of Formula 1® LIVE with Sportsnet in 2019, please take a moment to enquire by completing the Enquiry Form below. One of our friendly consultants will then be in touch shortly to discuss the package and your travel requirements in further detail. Thanks and hopefully you can join us trackside at the Marina Bay Street Circuit for what’s sure to be an unforgettable weekend of entertainment on and off the track!

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Entertainment Line-up



Swedish House Mafia • Formula 1 Singapore Grand Prix 2020
Friday, ZONE 4


Muse • Formula 1 Singapore Grand Prix 2020
Saturday, ZONE 4

Red Hot Chili Peppers • Formula 1 Singapore Grand Prix 2020
Sunday, ZONE 4

Cardi B • Formula 1 Singapore Grand Prix 2020
Saturday, ZONE 4

FatBoy Slim • Formula 1 Singapore Grand Prix 2020
Saturday, ZONE 1 and Sunday, ZONE 4


Hans Zimmer • Formula 1 Singapore Grand Prix 2020
Sunday, ZONE 1


Toots and the Maytals • Formula 1 Singapore Grand Prix 2020
Friday, ZONE 1 and Sunday, ZONE 4



Gallery – Sportsnet’s Annual Singapore Grand Prix Lunch Function




6th Annual F1 Singapore Grand Prix Lunch 2019

Singapore Grand Prix 2019 Lunch

Singapore Grand Prix 2019 Sportsnet Lunch

Singapore Grand Prix 2019 - Sportsnet Annual F1 Singapore Grand Prix Lunch

Singapore Grand Prix 2019 - Sportsnet F1 Singapore Grand Prix Lunch

Singapore Grand Prix Lunch

Fans posing with F1 Special Guest - Singapore Grand Prix 2019








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Event Schedule


*Please note that times are based on last year’s race and are therefore provisional and subject to change.

Friday 20th September

Category Session Start Time End Time
Porsche Carrera Cup Asia Practice 3:00pm 3:45pm
Formula 1® Practice 1 4:30pm 6:00pm
Paddock Club Paddock Club Pit Lane Walk 6:05pm 7:05pm
Formula 1® Press Conference 6:30pm 7:00pm
Ferrari Challenge Practice 7:15pm 8:00pm
Formula 1® Practice 2 8:30pm 10:00pm

Saturday 21st September

Category Session Start Time End Time
Ferrari Challenge Qualifying 2:40pm 3:10pm
Formula 1® Team Pit Stop Practice 3:10pm 3:30pm
Porsche Carrera Cup Asia Qualifying Session 3:50pm 4:20pm
Ferrari Challenge First Race (10 laps or 25 mins) 4:50pm 5:20pm
Formula 1® Practice 3 6:00pm 7:00pm
Paddock Club Paddock Club Pit Lane Walk 7:10pm 8:25pm
Formula 1® Qualifying 9:00pm 10:00pm
Formula 1® Press conference 10:00pm 11:00pm

Sunday 22nd September

Category Session Start Time End Time
Porsche Carrera Cup Asia Race (12 laps or 30 mins) 3:30pm 4:05pm
Ferrari Challenge Second Race (10 laps or 25 mins) 4:55pm 5:25pm
Paddock Club Paddock Club Pit Lane Walk 5:30pm 7:15pm
Formula 1® Drivers’ Track Parade 6:30pm 7:00pm
Formula 1® Starting Grid Presentation 6:45pm 7:15pm
Formula 1® National Anthem 7:54pm 7:56pm
Formula 1® Grand Prix (61 laps or 120 mins) 8:10pm 8:10pm

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Visit Singapore – Grand Prix Season Singapore!

Article originally posted by Visit Singapore

The excitement of the Grand Prix Season Singapore (GPSS) return this September, with thrills on the tarmac and a host of exciting off-track events across the city-state.

GPSS made history back in 2008 as the first night race in FORMULA 1 history, and the first street race in Asia. Every race night ends with full concerts staged by international stars, with past years’ performers including Maroon 5, Rihanna, Ariana Grande, Jennifer Lopez, Kay Chou, Linkin Park, Bon Jovi, Calvin Harris and Katy Perry. This year’s concert line-up includes Swedish House Mafia, Muse, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Gwen Stefani, Fatboy Slim, Hans Zimmer and more. Over the last 11 years, the event has become a staple on the calendar for motorheads, sports enthusiasts and party-goers alike.

The action goes far beyond what visitors will enjoy in-circuit, with a whole slew of after-parties, pop-up events and race-themed festivities lined up to keep the adrenaline pumping. This year’s GPSS will also feature four distinct precinct parties, happening in Clarke Quay, Orchard Road, Kampong Glam and Jewel Changi Airport.

Go beyond the circuit and join in the festivities!


PRECINCT PARTIES

Kampong Glam (13 – 22 Sep)

Experience Singapore’s unique street culture at the charming Kampong Glam precinct. Immerse in the race atmosphere and party along Haji Lane, catch the performances by Singapore’s brightest young musicians at Glam Voice!—a busking competition on 14 September—and indulge in an array of street food. The Block Party, which happens on 21 September, features both international and local performers. Race ticket holders get to enjoy a 10% discount at various participating outlets.


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Race to Singapore

Turn up the pressure and own the pit stop. Red Bull Pitstop Challenge will pull up to 4 locations, offering you the chance to perform a timed tire change on a real F1™ chassis, using real F1™ pit change tools. The winning team will take part in a professional pit stop practice at the Singapore circuit with the Aston Martin Red Bull Racing F1™ car and pit crew. Get an exclusive first look at the Red Bull F1™ limited edition can during the event.

When: 14 – 22 Sep
Click here for more information.


MARQUEE Singapore presents Race of Champions

Turn up the pressure and own the pit stop. Red Bull Pitstop Challenge will pull up to 4 locations, offering you the chance to perform a timed tire change on a real F1™ chassis, using real F1™ pit change tools. The winning team will take part in a professional pit stop practice at the Singapore circuit with the Aston Martin Red Bull Racing F1™ car and pit crew. Get an exclusive first look at the Red Bull F1™ limited edition can during the event.

When: 14 – 22 Sep
Click here for more information.

 

Zouk x Martell Red Barrel Present F1™ Weekender: Garage

From 20 to 22 September, get a taste of when science fiction meets urban theory at Garage in Zouk. Think mega restoration zones with grooving musical junkies on an exploration to discover the shrunken cyber cityscape replicas from digital wasteland. So strap in, lights on, and let the engines roar.

Blk 3C River Valley Road
The Cannery, #02-02
Singapore 179022

When: 20 – 22 Sep
Click here for more information.


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Boss Hunting – Singapore Articles

Unmissable: Grand Prix Weekend Is Singapore’s Biggest Party Of The Year!

Article originally posted by Boss Hunting on 22/07/2019


Forget New York.

Forget Paris.

Hell, forget Hong Kong.

Because this season, it’s all about Marina Bay. More specifically, Grand Prix Season: Singapore’s biggest party of the year. As you’ll soon realise, the fun starts with F1 – and only builds to bigger and better things. In a word – unmissable.

Here’s what you need to know about Grand Prix Season Singapore – Asia’s calendar event of 2019.


Inside the track

Where to begin with this buffet of delights? A complete spectrum of vices to soothe your primal soul, an entire coalition of indulgences lined up to satisfy every single craving, and entertainment beyond your wildest dreams. This was created not with the question of “Should we…?” in mind, but rather with the question of “Could we…?”.

Thrilling Race Action

While the Formula 1 night race is undoubtedly the star of the show, this year’s support series bring plenty of action. With races including the penultimate round of the Ferrari Challenge Asia Pacific and the Porsche Carrera Cup Asia, fans are guaranteed an adrenaline-filled race weekend in Singapore.

Swedish House Mafia, Red Hot Chilli Peppers, Muse + more

When you think Singapore GP, a world class music scene might not be the first to come to mind. But that’s all about to change.

Over at the Padang Stage, there will be a primo opportunity to catch heavy hitting international acts including:

  • Swedish House Mafia
  • Red Hot Chilli Peppers
  • Fatboy Slim
  • Muse
  • Gwen Stefani

For those of you looking for a more cinematic experience, there’s even a chance to watch legendary film composer, Hans Zimmer (Gladiator, The Dark Knight, Inception), at The Wharf Stage.

**Artist line-up and schedule subject to change.

 

Watch the race in style

Grandstand seats are cool and all, but you know what’s really cool? Hospitality packages. Lucky for you, Singapore has some amazing hospitality packages available – our personal favourite being Twenty3, aptly named after its location on the 23rd (and final) turn of the circuit.

Catch an exclusive private ferry from Marina Bay South Jetty directly to the Twenty3 complex. Once inside, guests are taken on a culinary journey with some of the world’s best chefs – including Massimiliano Mascia’s San Domenico, straight from the home of the legendary Imola circuit, Japan’s Takagi Kazuo from Takagiand Portugal’s Tiago Bonito’s from Largo do Paço – preparing Michelin starred dishes from around the globe, which can be paired with cocktails from Twenty3‘s own artisanal bar La Maison du Whisky.

Twenty3 really comes into its own during the race, with guests able to watch all the action from the restaurants, outdoor viewing galleries, or on one of the two rooftop terraces overlooking the finishing straight.

Chill out and tuck in

The on-course action doesn’t end at Twenty3, the rest of the circuit is full of things to see and do too. Chill out with a cold beer and nibbles at the Bikini Bar in Waterside Village then indulge in local Singaporean cuisine at Market Street in Zone 1 or Dockside Hawkers in Zone 4. Get out and explore everything the circuit has to offer, you won’t regret it. 

After the show it’s the after-party

Singapore’s nightlife doesn’t end at the bar, in fact it only starts there. If you’re keen to hit the d-floor, you don’t have to look far with Singapore home to some epic nightclubs littered around the city. Zouk and Marquee are two great options to kick the second half of your night off with a bang.

The night doesn’t stop until you do

Two words: precinct parties. Find out firsthand what makes Singapore a global party capital. Sample Singapore’s local EDM scene, dance the PM hours of the night away into the early AM, sweat out that last Old Fashioned, and make friends with beautiful strangers – all through an entire series of parties and F1 themed experiences. If you miss one, there’s no need for concern, as there’s an entire stretch of good times to be had across a total of ten days (and plenty of options in case you get bored):

  • Clarke Quay (13-22 September)
  • Orchard Road (13-15 September)
  • Jewel Changi Airport (13-17 September)
  • Kampong Glam (13-22 September)

It’s 5 o’clock somewhere

Fun fact, of the top twenty-five bars in the world, Singapore takes credit for a number of its entrants. And where better to get a stiff drink?

Native (#13): Native is a Chinatown establishment that prides itself on sampling the absolute best of Singapore’s natural twists. With a near-zero waste consumption, Native’s quirky and naturally-inspired party tricks aren’t just intriguing to the tree-hugging hippy. Even the cocktail garnishes are grown in the bar’s resident herb garden.

Atlas (#8): Party like Jay Gatsby in this stately 1920s themed establishment. Showcasing the world’s rarest gins, it houses over a quarter of the world’s 5,000 plus varieties, which includes two of Singapore’s home-distilled poisons, Brass Lion & Tanglin Gin. Additionally, there’s 330 from the UK, 140 from North America, and 40 from South Africa. Of all the gin joints in the world, we recommend this one.

Manhattan (#3): Manhattan is yet another stately establishment that pays homage to the roaring 1920s when thrills were cheap but human life was cheaper. Complete with inspired products of mixology true to the Prohibition-era ethos, throw back a glass of everything from Parisian imported absinthe to earthenware-aged vermouth.

 

For more details on the Singapore Grand Prix, and to learn about the different packages available, check out our guide to an epic weekend at the Singapore Grand Prix…or just head straight to singaporegp.sg and lock in the best weekend of your year.


Your Guide to an Epic Weekend Boys’ Weekend at the Singapore Grand Prix

Night race, closest to home, party city, view over the track – need we say more?

Article originally posted by Boss Hunting on 16/06/2019



If the Monaco Grand Prix equals glamour and excess, then the most exciting and ecstatic race of the Formula 1 calendar is surely Singapore. It’s not even a contest.

The famed Marina Bay Street Circuit shares many similar traits to the aforementioned Mediterranean fanfare, though much has changed since an early variant of what is now known as Formula 1 was first held there back in 1966.

Fast-forward to 2019 and the Singapore Grand Prix is one of the most hyped races of the season. City circuits are always a winner, yet push back lights-out to 8 pm local time and you’ll get one extravagant nighttime event stacked either side by a spectacular roster of events and parties.

The track takes a total of 23 turns through downtown Singapore, lapping the iconic Marina Bay for a total of just over 5 kilometres. History has proven it to be one helluva crazy race. There’s been a safety car deployed in every single race since 2008, with 2017 especially offering up a masterclass in carnage even before Turn 1 with a special thanks to a wet track.

Read more at BossHunting.com.au


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