F1 Singapore 2010 Tickets are available now

Posted by on Sep 15, 2010 | Leave a Comment

An International Championship, 2010 Formula 1 season will kick off on Friday, September 24 and continue up to Sunday, September 26. So the preparation has been started in Singapore’s Downtown. This year, the Championship is taken place in night at Singapore. Singapore Grand Prix 2010 three days tickets are now available. The F1 Singapore fans can purchase the tickets to get experience of Singapore’s first street and night race either through F1 Singapore official website or its well-qualified partners.

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The Singapore Grand Prix is famous and favourite world Championship. Recently, the Singapore route has been approved for a distance of 5.067km street circuit that will present multiple overtaking chances and challenging turns. This Championship will include the drivers along Singapore’s historical landmarks like the 100-year-old Anderson Bridge and the Raffles Boulevard. The main part of the race will be set up through state-of-the-art lighting system. The race will held around the Marina Bay circuit under flood lights.

A reigned Driver’s Champion, Jenson Button has connected McLaren, and the reigning Constructor’s Champions, Brawn GP, have been purchased by Mercedes-Benz and renamed as Mercedes GP. The season 2010 has observed with the most successful driver in the sport with Michael Schumacher. The championship’s first race was held on March 14 in Bahrain.

F1 Singapore’s Online F1 Tickets Shop is recognized as an Official Ticketing Agency (OTA) for offering the race ticket to viewer with a safe and competitive way to order their F1 tickets.

F1 Singapore 2010 tickets have been trading quickly because of its more popularity, as fans seek to grab the best vantage points around the track. F1 Singapore 2010 fans will have abundance more to appear forward for this years race with the arrival of 3 new teams to the grid and one of the most intimately fought championships for this years.

Usually, every year Singapore’s climate is hot and humid. So if you plan for viewing the race, you wear comfortable clothing. The circuit is amazing for everyone where you will be offered a wide variety of food, beverage and merchandise outlets for exciting performances from hundreds of artistes, to the thrilling action on the track. During the race the Circuit Park will be open from 3.00pm to 12:30am daily.

The fans can purchase tickets under available seven categories. Currently, Turn one Grandstand and Sunday Zone 4 Walkabout ticket are sold out, so only limited tickets are available in all remaining categories. All Formula One Paddock Club™ is sold out and additional requests put on waitlist. Excluding limited table availability all hospitality suites has been sold out.

Now the interested fans can select remaining inventory from the Bay Grandstand which provides a spectacular view of the Marina Bay. Fans can also select for the Padang Grandstand which presents spectators close proximity to the race feat on the track with the LG Live at 2010 Formula 1 Singtel Singapore Grand Prix stage at the Padang.

Michael Roche, Executive Director, Singapore GP said, “With Singapore GP presenting the most extensive entertainment line-up yet, the return of Formula One legends and a nail-biting championship race, the fans are poised to have another great year at the Formula 1 Singtel Singapore Grand Prix.

According to latest information, Singapore GP’s Zone 1 tickets have been sold out so they have declared an extra new prime seating category, the Marina Pit Grandstand for complete the strong demand for Zone 1 passes.

The Singapore GP’s remaining tickets are available for sale at price tag from $38 for a Friday Zone 4 Walkabout ticket to $1,288 for a three-day Marina Pit Grandstand ticket. Before buy the tickets sure about its authorized tickets partner. At its website its authorized tickets partners are available with name an address.

Lastly, the availability of ticket categories will be declared on Thursday, 23 September 2010at the Singapore GP’s official website

Director of Ticketing and Accreditation, Jennifer Pok said, “We always encourage customers to exercise due diligence and only purchase tickets sold by Singapore GP and their authorized resellers. Fans should not take a resale offer at face value as tickets from unauthorized resellers may very often be fraudulent or already void. The selling of tickets above face value deprives true fans of the opportunity to attend.

At the Singapore GP’s website, the most recent updates about availability of tickets and the entertainment schedule is posted. So, before the plans for the F1race, the fans will conform about the availability of the tickets by visiting its website

F1 Singapore 2010 session schedule:

  • Friday 24th September 2010
    • Singapore Grand Prix Free practice 1: 18:00 – 19:30 (11:00 – 12:30)
    • Singapore Grand Prix Free practice 2: 21:30 – 23:00 (14:30 – 16:00)
  • Saturday 25th September 2010
    • Singapore Grand Prix Free practice 3: 19:00 – 20:00 (12:00 – 13:00)
    • Singapore Grand Prix Qualifying: 22:00 (15:00)
  • Sunday 26th September 2010
    • Singapore Grand Prix: 20:00 (13:00)

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