Seven ticket categories have been sold out with slightly over a week to go before Singapore F1's race day on Sept 25.
The Premier Walkabout, Turn 2 Grandstand, Republic (Turn 3) Grandstand, and Connaught Grandstand tickets are no longer available for sale, in addition to the previously announced sell-out of Stamford Grandstand, Esplanade Waterfront Grandstand, and three-day Zone 4 Walkabout.
Limited tickets remain for the F1 Pit, Turn 1, Padang and Bay Grandstands, as well as single-day
Prices range from $38 for a Friday Zone 4 Walkabout ticket to S$1,288 for a three-day Pit Grandstand ticket.
Zone 4 Walkabout.
A Singapore GP spokesman said they have achieved 95 per cent of targeted sales.
They have also released additional tickets Pit, Connaught, Padang, and Stamford Grandstands as well as the Premier Walkabout. This brings the total number of tickets available for the race to 72,000.
All ticketholders can enjoy the entertainment offerings on the three stages in Zone 4, including the
Padang Stage where Shakira and Linkin Park will be performing.
Other attractions include world parades, theatre productions and visual showcases. F&B outlets are also available across the circuit park.
Mr Michael Roche, director of Singapore GP, said: "This year’s night race could possibly be the most thrilling with fans expecting a possible championship conclusion and Singapore GP presenting the most extensive entertainment line-up yet."
To fight resellers who jack up ticket prices on race day, a number of tickets from some sold-out categories will be made available on a first-come-first-served basis at selected ticketing booths from Sept 23 to 25.
Ticket categories that are available on race days will be announced on the official website www.singaporegp.sg by Sept 22.
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