We are thrilled to have you join us at the 2013 FORMULA 1 SINGTEL SINGAPORE GRAND PRIX and look forward to making your experience a truly memorable one.
Here are some practical tips to maximise your enjoyment and make the most out of the race weekend.
Here are a few tried and tested tips to make the most out of the 2013 FORMULA 1 SINGTEL SINGAPORE GRAND PRIX:
- Singapore's climate is generally warm and humid all year, so be sure to wear comfortable clothing and put on sunblock if you plan to arrive early.
- Travel light for a speedy clearance during security screenings at the gates
(see 'What Not To Bring').
- The Circuit Park has something for everyone, from a wide variety of food, beverage and merchandise outlets to exciting performances by hundreds of artistes and thrilling on-track action. Be sure to put on a good pair of walking shoes and explore the Circuit Park.
- Click here for the full entertainment line-up and schedule during the Grand Prix weekend in order to plan where you should visit daily.
Please refer to www.singaporegp.sg for the daily opening and closing times of the Circuit Park.
A general pass consists of a separate ticket and lanyard for each race day. Guests are required to display the ticket and lanyard of the corresponding day clearly at all times. Please note that upon entry to the Circuit Park, tickets are non-transferable for that particular day.
Should you decide to bring along additional guests, please note that ticketing booths are also located next to gates around the Circuit Park over the race weekend (subject to availability of tickets).
Lost your ticket? Call the ticketing hotline at +65 6738 6738 to find out how to replace your lost ticket. (Subject to verification of your purchase. Terms and conditions apply.)
What Not To Bring
For safety reasons, certain items are not permitted in the Circuit Park.
These items include:
- Any bulky items (example: folding chair, bicycle, etc.)
- Corporate or commercial flags or branding
- Laser pointers
- Articles prohibited by Singapore law (example: fireworks, flares, weapons, etc.)
- Videographic or photographic equipment for professional use
Guests are not permitted to bring in their own food and beverages, except for one clear plastic bottle of soft drink or mineral water of no more than 600ml per person.
The items listed here are not exhaustive and a full list of prohibited items will be available at www.singaporegp.sg
Please note that bag checks will be conducted at all gates.
Smoking in the grandstands and all enclosed areas is prohibited.
Release, Waiver And Discharge of Liability And Indemnity Form For Children Below 7
Any person under 12 years of age must be accompanied and supervised at all times by his or her parent/guardian who must also hold a valid ticket. Children below the age of 7 will only be admitted if the parent/guardian signs a release, waiver and discharge of liability and indemnity form. This letter can be obtained here, or at our ticketing booths at the Circuit Park.
Photography and Videography
By entering the Circuit Park, each guest is deemed to have agreed and accepted that all sound and moving picture rights rest exclusively with Formula One Administration Limited and that any moving picture and image originated, filmed or recorded at any Grand Prix circuit shall not be used for commercial purposes and may only be used for the private amateur enjoyment of the person originating, filming or recording such images.
How do I get there?
As a street circuit, there will inevitably be high volume of traffic around the Circuit Park. It is highly recommended that you refer to your ticket for the nearest gate number and plan your route accordingly, allowing plenty of time to get to the Marina Bay Street Circuit.
MRT trains and shuttle bus services will operate on all three days of the race weekend (20, 21, 22 September 2013). However, please note that public buses servicing the vicinity of the Circuit Park may be disrupted.
Click here for a full list of the available shuttles and schedules.
Given the increased volume of traffic around the Circuit Park, it is highly recommended that you take public transportation instead of driving to the event. If you decide to drive, please note that there is limited parking around the Circuit Park due to road closures.
Getting Around The Circuit
Directional maps will be available at strategic locations around the Circuit Park.
You can also obtain a copy of the map from Information Booths located within the Circuit Park
IN ZONE 4
Located within Zone 4, the Empress Place wheelchair accessible platform is easily accessible from Raffles Place MRT via Gate 5 and Gate 6 (beside One Fullerton). From here, Empress Place ticketholders can access the Circuit Park's key attractions within Zone 4. This includes the entertainment at the Esplanade Park, the main performance stage at the Padang and the F&B and entertainment offerings at the Esplanade Theatres by the Bay.
IN ZONE 1
The Marina Pit wheelchair accessible platform is located within Zone 1 and is easily accessible from Nicoll Highway MRT via Gate 1. Patrons here can access the entertainment and F&B offerings throughout the Circuit Park. Whilst many areas within the Circuit Park are accessible, the condition of several walkways as well as the relative positions of gates, overpasses and underpasses restrict access to various parts of the Circuit Park via wheelchair.
To move from Zone 1 to Zone 4, patrons in wheelchairs are advised to exit Zone 1 through Gate 1 and re-enter the Circuit Park through Gate 5 or Gate 6 (beside One Fullerton).
Who Can Assist Me?
Should you require any further information or assistance, please call +65 6738 6738 prior to 20 September 2013 or approach any of our ushers in the Circuit Park during the event.
Please visit www.singaporegp.sg for the most up-to-date information and schedule in the week of the race.
All information is correct as of 9 July 2013 and is subject to change.
Motor Racing is dangerous and accidents can happen. The 2013 FORMULA 1 SINGTEL SINGAPORE GRAND PRIX is a rain or shine event.