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Singapore GP : Grand Tour

16 June 2023, Singapore – With the Formula 1 Singapore Airlines Singapore Grand Prix 2023 only three months away, race promoter Singapore GP Pte Ltd has embarked on a Grand Tour of Singapore with a slew of complimentary race-themed activities to rev up excitement in the heartlands for the night race.

As part of the campaign, Singapore residents can have a go at games and race simulators via a roving truck, catch live screenings of F1 races, attend talks on Formula 1, go on tours behind-the-scenes and walk the Pit Lane.

The Grand Tour

Back for its seventh year, the #SingaporeGP Truck will make its way across the island from 17th June. This year’s edition features the popular F1 racing simulators as well as a new range of games that will challenge players’ precision and reflexes. Visitors will also stand to walk away with a range of exclusive Singapore GP merchandise.

The #SingaporeGP Truck will make pit stops at various locations from June to September, including community centres, schools, shopping malls, as well as heartland locations in collaboration with the Housing & Development Board (HDB). Residents can also look forward to a Grand Tour Festival in the heartlands in the lead-up to the night race, which will feature even more exciting interactive F1-themed activities.

Soak up the thrills and spills of selected Grands Prix in the lead up to the Singapore race by catching free Live F1 Race Screenings of their qualifying sessions and races. From July to September, fans can look forward to experiencing the nail-biting action of the Austrian, Hungarian, Belgian, Dutch, and Italian races, courtesy of beIN Sports, at various locations around the island including Bugis+ and One Punggol.

Get to know Formula 1 and the team behind the spectacular night race

For those who are curious about what it takes to be part of the Formula 1 night race, several public sharing sessions have been organised to shed light on the event and the sport.

In partnership with the National Library Board, The Beginner’s Guide to Singapore GP will feature talks by personnel involved in different aspects of the race, including a Singaporean Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) Methodology engineer working with the Williams Racing F1 team, an Operations Director from Singapore GP, and a volunteer race marshal.

School talks will also be held at tertiary institutions and universities, in collaboration with Sgcarmart, to give an insight into the premier motor racing championship, and how F1 has transformed the automotive industry today.

Discover the world of Formula 1

Fans will also be able to sign up for free guided Behind-The-Scenes Tours of the F1 Pit Building. On 19th and 20th August, visitors on the tours will get to view restricted areas of the Marina Bay Street Circuit, including the Race Control room, Formula 1 garages, Media Centre, as well as some of the latest sustainability innovations in place for the event.

The highly coveted Pit Lane Experience returns on 14th September, a day before the Circuit Park officially opens. 4,000 residents will get the unique opportunity to take a walk down the Pit Lane and see the Formula 1 team garages up close. Visitors will also have exclusive opportunity to experience the festivities at the Zone 1 F1 Village before the gates to the Circuit Park officially open to ticket holders the next day.

The Behind-The-Scenes tours as well as the Pit Lane Experience are open to Singaporeans and residents. Those interested can ballot for a pair of passes from 1st July.

Community Outreach

Singapore GP has also partnered with local institutions to inspire the next generation of motorsports and events personnel.

In collaboration with Republic Polytechnic, behind-the-scenes tour participants and the public will be able to have a go at putting together a street circuit through games developed by final year Diploma in Design for Games and Gamification students. The Polytechnic’s Diploma in Media Production and Design students are also participating in a competition which will see one lucky winner’s design displayed on an F1 replica car at the Circuit Park over the race weekend.

The full details of the Singapore GP Grand Tour campaign are available at More details will be announced soon. Fans are recommended to follow @F1nightrace on social media for the latest news on the Home of Formula 1 Night Racing.

Refer to Annex A for more details on the Singapore GP Grand Tour initiatives.



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