Published On: July 27, 2023- Last Updated: February 4, 2024- 8 min read-

Strap In Tight And Fuel Your F1 Singapore Grand Prix 2023 Adventure With Our Low-down

Get ready to rev up your excitement for the ultimate F1 Singapore Grand Prix 2023 experience! Prepare yourself for a dazzling array of events, mind-blowing performances, exclusive menus, and much more! Buckle up, because this year’s lineup is set to take your adrenaline to new heights!

From September 15th to 17th, the Marina Bay Street Circuit will come alive with heart-pounding action, electrifying performances, and a whole lot of glitz and glamour.

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As the city prepares to host this extraordinary event, anticipation is building among fans from all over the world. The Singapore Grand Prix is not just a race; it’s an exhilarating experience that combines the thrill of high-speed racing with the energy of a massive entertainment festival. Whether you’re a die-hard Formula 1 enthusiast or someone looking for an exciting weekend getaway, this event has something for everyone.

The Marina Bay Street Circuit is a true gem on the Formula 1 calendar. Its unique layout winds through the heart of Singapore’s bustling city center, taking drivers on a challenging journey through tight corners, narrow roads, and high-speed straights. It’s a real test of skill and endurance, and the drivers must be at the top of their game to conquer this unforgiving track.

As the sun sets and the city lights up, the race circuit transforms into a breathtaking spectacle. The dazzling lights illuminate the entire course, creating a mesmerizing backdrop for the high-octane action. It’s a race like no other, where the excitement on the track is perfectly matched by the vibrant energy of the city.

Unleash the Beat: Epic Lineup and Sensational Acts

But the excitement doesn’t end with the race itself. The Singapore Grand Prix is known for its fantastic entertainment lineup, featuring some of the biggest names in music. From international superstars to local talents, the performances are sure to get you grooving to the beat. With over 80 hours of non-stop entertainment and 139 incredible acts across eight stages!

Hold on tight as we welcome headliners like the chart-topping American rapper-singer Post Malone and the phenomenal alternative rock band Kings of Leon. Brace yourself for an epic lineup of British sensations, featuring the comeback of solo sensation Robbie Williams, the mesmerizing Groove Armada, the legendary Culture Club, and the unforgettable pop-rock beats of The Kooks. It’s going to be an unforgettable experience!

But wait, there’s more! Asian-American record label 88rising brings the heat with performances from the multi-talented Jackson Wang, the sensational South Korean rapper Bibi, the rising star XG, and many more. This lineup is packed with pure excitement!

And that’s not all! The general stage acts are set to blow your mind with legendary Boy George, the captivating Indonesian talents Jinan Laetitia and Sunwich, the soulful Australian artists Meg Mac and San Cisco, and the melodious Trinidadian singer-songwriter Kalpee. Not forgetting our sensational local stars Dreebsby, Hijack Hayley, and Mathilde G., who will take the stage by storm.

With such an electrifying lineup, this year’s edition of the F1 weekend promises to be an unforgettable musical extravaganza!

The Grand Prix Season Singapore, leading up to the main event, adds even more fun to the mix. With art exhibitions, culinary delights, street performances, and parties, there’s something happening every day of the festival. The city comes alive with a festive spirit, welcoming visitors from all over the world to join in the celebration.

Beyond the Checkered Flag: Behind the Scenes of F1 Excitement

Get an exclusive look behind the scenes at the Singapore Grand Prix with a free guided tour of the F1 Pit Building. Explore restricted areas like the race control room, garages, and media center, and even snap a photo at the podium. Tours last 75 minutes, and tickets are limited, so don’t miss out and ballot for yours today!

Pit Lane Experience

On 14 September, 4,000 lucky fans, exclusively Singaporeans and permanent residents, will get the chance to explore the Zone 1 F1 Village and up-close views of the garages. Don’t miss this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity and ballot for your Pit Lane Experience now!

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Race like a pro at the Singapore GP truck

Outside of the race itself there will also be many attractions you may want to visit, hop on the #SingaporeGP truck which is making its way around the island. Challenge your precision and reflexes with race-themed games and see if you have what it takes to be a champion. You can also try out the race simulator to get a taste of what it’s like to drive an F1 car. And don’t forget to pick up some exclusive merch while you’re there!

The Singapore GP truck will be making pit stops at the following locations:

Galaxis (26 to 27 July) – Ngee Ann Polytechnic (1 August) – Safra Jurong (3 to 4 August) – West Coast Community Club (5 August) – Kampung Admiralty (6 to 7 August) – Safra Punggol (10 to 11 August) – Safra Yishun (12 to 13 August) – National University of Singapore (14 August) – Guoco Tower (15 to 17 August) – Heartbeat@Bedok (19 to 20 August) – ITE College West (22 to 23 August) – Safra Tampines (24 to 25 August) – PLQ Mall (29 to 31 August)

Catch the thrill of international Grand Prix races live

In the lead-up to the Singapore Grand Prix, you can catch free live telecasts of the races taking place overseas. Experience the nail-biting action of the Belgian, Dutch, and Italian Grand Prix races at Suntec City (29 and 30 July), Dempsey (26 and 27 August), and HDB Hub (2 and 3 September). Check the website for the timings.

Go full throttle and rev up your style now at KrisShop!

Get race-ready with KrisShop’s exclusive F1 merchandise. From racing driver tees to must-haves, show your support for your favourite team in style. Enjoy exclusive discounts and promotions, and gear up for the race of a lifetime!

The Singapore Grand Prix is not just a race; it’s a celebration of speed, precision, and the enduring spirit of Formula 1. It’s a showcase of Singapore’s vibrant culture, where sports, entertainment, and festivities come together to create an unforgettable experience.

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So, gear up for an unforgettable weekend of racing, music, and entertainment. Book your tickets, plan your trip, and get ready to be part of one of the most exciting events on the Formula 1 calendar.

…..and finally wrapping up your Formula 1 Singapore Grand Prix 2023 low-down with these pro tips:

What to know before you go:

  • Download the Singapore Grand Prix app for the latest information and updates.
  • The circuit gates are open from 2:30pm to midnight on Friday and 2pm to midnight on Saturday & Sunday.
  • There are ten access gates, each of which has an express lane for people without bags.
  • Large items such as folding chairs and food and drinks are not permitted in the circuit, except for one plastic bottle of water or soft drink up to 600ml in size.
  • The Marina Bay Street Circuit is divided into four zones. Make sure your ticket provides access to the zone where the concert you want to see is held.
  • Read the Getting Around guide for more information on how to get to the circuit.
  • If you have a ticket for Zone 1 or Zone 2, you can ride the Singapore Flyer for free over the 2023 Singapore Grand Prix weekend.

2023 Singapore Grand Prix Schedule:

  • The on-track schedule will not be confirmed until closer to race weekend.
  • The support races will be the Porsche Carrera Cup Asia and TSS The Super Series.
  • Sunset on race weekend is at approx. 19:03.
  • F1 drivers’ Q&A session on Wharf Stage: Friday and Saturday at 4-5pm (valid Zone 1 ticket required for entry).
  • Catch the drivers around the track in vintage cars on 17 September during the Formula 1® Drivers’ Parade.

Food and Drink Options at the Marina Bay Street Circuit

  • Food and drink stalls available around the Marina Bay Street Circuit.
  • Biggest concentration in the Padang area of Zone 4 and near the Singapore Flyer in Zone 1.
  • Look for ‘hawker’ villages selling tasty Asian fare like satays, noodles, and curries.
  • Most meals inside the circuit priced at around $10-15.
  • Large beer costs around $14-15, cheaper than bars outside the circuit.
  • Bottle of water costs $3 and soft drinks around $4-5.
  • Cheaper food and drink options available just outside the circuit for those on a budget.
  • Some outlets are air-conditioned for a quick break.
  • Food or alcohol is not permitted back into the circuit.
  • A few regular supermarkets are available within the circuit, including at Esplanade Mall in Zone 4.
  • Clean portable toilets with uncommon queues, even on race day.

Last few extras…

  • Arrive early to avoid long queues.
  • Wear comfortable shoes as you will be doing a lot of walking.
  • Bring sunscreen and a hat as it can get hot during the day.
  • Be prepared for rain as it is not uncommon for it to rain in Singapore during September.

The Singapore Grand Prix is back, and it’s ready to take your breath away!

If F1 is not your thing, be sure to check out our Ultimate Bumper Guide of Things To Do in Singapore

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