Your guide to buying 2022 Singapore Grand Prix tickets

Everything you need to know about buying tickets for the 2022 Singapore Grand Prix. Detailed information on the best grandstands and hospitality at Marina Bay Street Circuit.


The 2021 Singapore Grand Prix has been cancelled due to “due to ongoing safety and logistic concerns brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic.” Tickets did not go on sale for the 2021 Singapore Grand Prix. Ticket holders who deferred their 2020 tickets to the 2021 race will be fully refunded. Read the statement from the race promoter.

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No matter which grandstand (or walkabout ticket) you choose, you won’t get a view of much more than the section of track directly in front of you. That’s the nature of a street circuit, but the thrill of F1 action under lights and the amazing backdrop of the Singapore skyline by night go a long way to compensating for this. Add to this the vibrant trackside atmosphere and daily concerts by some big name acts, and you have the recipe for a unique F1 experience. The Singapore Grand Prix is an immensely popular sporting event, drawing both locals and up to 40 000 tourists to Marina Bay each September.

Singapore Grand Prix Tickets: Need to Know

  • Zones: The Marina Bay circuit is divided into four zones which control your entry and movement around the circuit. The more expensive grandstand tickets (and Premier Walkabout tickets) offer access to all four zones, whilst other tickets limit your access to just one or two zones. Singapore is famous for the concerts which take place after the on-track action each night on two main stages in Zone 1 and Zone 4 (Padang Stage). If you are keen to see one of this year’s acts then be sure to make sure your ticket gives you access to the zone where the concert is taking place.
  • Zone 1 Walkabout Combination: a good option for first-time visitors. You sit in the Pit Grandstand on Friday and Sunday, then have roaming Walkabout access in Zone 1 for race day.
  • Single-day tickets: only available for some ticket categories, including Walkabout. Not yet on sale for 2020.

Singapore Grand Prix Grandstand Tickets

All Grandstands at the Singapore Grand Prix have at least one large TV screen where you can follow the on-track action. For the majority of grandstands at Singapore, we advise choosing a seat in the highest possible row (generally 12 and above) to get a better view of the circuit above the catch fencing. This advice is not valid for Bay Grandstand, where it’s a good idea to not be too high, more on this below.

The Pit grandstand stretches the length of the start/finish straight and is comprised of sections AA and AB (near the final turn 23) and sections A1-A22. Sections A3 and A4 have the best view of the podium celebrations, A15 is right on the start line and the higher numbered sections are closer to turn 1. Each section of the Pit grandstand has 16 rows – get a seat in the higher rows if you can. These seats are best for action in the pits and the start/end of the race, rather than for on-track action. Access to Zones 1-4.
The Turn 1 grandstand is split into sections A2-A8 and has 20 rows. The lowered numbered sections, A2-A5, are located before the corner so you will be mainly looking at the rear of the cars. The pick of the seats here are in A7, close to the track and right on the apex of Turn 1, where you can also see the cars enter Turns 2 and 3. Sections A8-A9 are set back from the track but also have a good panoramic view of the main straight, pit exit and opening corners. Access to Zones 1-4.
The Turn 2 Grandstand is split into sections A1-A6 and faces back down the pit straight. Fans seated here have a view of the opening three corners of the Marina Bay circuit as well as the pit exit. The A1 section has a view straight down the pit straight (great for the start) whilst the A6 section is closer to turn 3. Recommended. Access to Zones 1-4.
The Connaught Grandstand is a decent mid-price choice for on-track action. It’s located on the inside of Turn 14, where several incidents have happened over the past few years. There are eight sections in Connaught, A1-A8. The lowered numbered sections A1-A3 (with only seven rows) are best to avoid as they are located before the corner. The better choices are A4-A8. Get a seat in the back row here (row 15) and you will also get a view over the back of the grandstand to Turn 8. Access to Zone 4 only.
The Stamford Grandstand has seven sections, A1-A7 located between Turn 7 (lowered numbered sections) and Turn 8 (higher numbered sections). Turn 7 (Memorial) is a slow left-hander offering overtaking opportunities and so it’s probably better to choose a low numbered section at Stamford, even though some seats in the higher numbered sections also afford a view of Turn 14 (as well as Turn 8). Rows in Stamford are numbered up to 24 and higher is better in this stand, as with most grandstands at Marina Bay. Access to Zone 4 only. 
Esplanade Waterfront grandstand is located on the outside of the circuit between the slow-speed Turns 16 and 17 (the location of Nelson Piquet’s infamous accident in 2008). There are three sections, A1-A3. The best option here is A3 (also the highest part of the stand) where you can also see the cars approach Turn 18. This stand is also close to the Esplanade Outdoor Theatre with entertainment and food/drink outlets. There are better grandstands than this; not recommended. Access to Zone 4 only. 
Padang grandstand is located on the inside of the circuit between Turns 9 and 10. Sections are numbered A1-A10 and B1-B11. If you go for this grandstand, the best sections are those closest to the corners – low-numbered A sections for Turn 9 and high-numbered B sections for Turn 10. Padang is not a great choice for on-track action, but is worth considering for its proximity to the Padang stage where the biggest concerts take place over the weekend. Access to Zone 4 only. 
The Bay grandstand is both the cheapest and largest at Marina Bay and is the only permanent grandstand at the circuit. Unlike other grandstands, Bay is color coded. The grandstand has 83 rows and the normal advice for Singapore, to sit as high up as possible, doesn’t apply here. You will limit your view of the track and TV screens if you are higher than about row 30. The best sections are on each end – Dark Blue for turns 16-17 and Light/Dark Green for turns 18-19, where the cars literally disappear underneath the stand. The views of the skyline from Bay are great, but the on-track action is not. Buy a better grandstand if you can afford it. Access to Zones 3, 4

Singapore Grand Prix Walkabout Tickets

Walkabout tickets at Marina Bay are the equivalent of General Admission tickets at other races; you don’t get a reserved seat. Instead, there are bleacher-style viewing platforms around the track, some of which offer quite good elevation above the catch fencing, especially in Zone 1. In general, views can be obstructed and in some places, you will only get a fleeting view of the cars on the track.

The best days to take advantage of the Walkabout tickets are Friday and Saturday when there are less fans competing for space on the viewing platforms. A good strategy is to check out the different views on the first days, chose your preferred spot, then get there early on Sunday to claim it for the race.

Two types of Walkabout Tickets are sold in Singapore – for Zone 4 only and for all zones (Premier Walkabout). Both are available as a three-day pass. The more expensive Premier Walkabout tickets provide access to Zone 1, which is their biggest selling point. There are many less fans in Zone 1 and most have either a grandstand seat or access to hospitality, meaning there’s a better chance of bagging a good spot. Some of the best viewing areas for Premier Walkabout ticket-holders include the opening turns 1-3, turn 5 (where you can get very close to the action) and the final turns 22-23. Zone 4 tickets are a good budget choice with access to viewing platforms on Esplanade Drive and Raffles Avenue as well as entry to the biggest concerts each day on the Padang Stage.

Been to the Singapore GP? Tell us about your favorite grandstand in the comments.

92 thoughts on “Your guide to buying 2022 Singapore Grand Prix tickets”

    1. Hi Aditi. The tickets are for the on-track racing – there are no seats which offer a view of the concert stages. The biggest concerts are held on the Padang Stage in Zone 4, which is accessible to all ticketholders (this year, Pharrell Williams is playing on Friday, September 18 and Maroon 5 is playing on Saturday, September 19). There is a smaller stage in Zone 1 called the Village Stage (Spandau Ballet is playing there this year on Saturday, September 19). If you want to see this concert, you need to ensure that the ticket you buy gives you access to Zone 1. I hope that helps.

        1. Yes, you can! All the big acts play on the Padang stage in Zone 4. If you buy tickets in the Bay grandstand, you get access to Zones 3 and 4. Enjoy the race and the concerts!

  1. Thank you for this helpful review of the tickets. I am looking at either one of the mid-priced 3-day Grandstand tickets (e.g. Connaught, Stamford or Esplanade) or one of the combination packages, probably the Padang Combination. I like the idea of the combination package due to the variety and increased access to all zones on the Saturday, but am put off by having to compromise on the view on race day. This will be my first Grand Prix and I want to make the most of the overall experience- do you have any advice as to which tickets might suit me best? Thanks

    1. Hi, thanks for your question. As it is your first race, I would go for a combination package so you can get different views over the weekend. For me, the experience of walking around the different parts of the track is just as good as sitting in your seat. If you take the Padang combination ticket, you won’t see the race start/finish, but you will save a few dollars and still get to see how everything works. Have a great weekend!

  2. This will be the first time for my wife and I to watch F1. Is it ok to watch on Friday or is it really better to watch on Saturday? Thanks!

    1. Hi Andrei, if it’s your first time at a race, you will enjoy the action on Friday. There are still two F1 sessions and lots going on. Be quick though, as Friday tickets are the cheapest and always sell out first! Hope you enjoy the experience.

  3. I have a ticket for Sept. 20 Sunday, can we see the Maroon 5 concert on Saturday even though we only have the sunday ticket? tnx

    1. The answer is no, I am afraid. If you want to see the Maroon 5 concert on Saturday, you will need a valid race ticket for that day.

  4. Hi – My husband and I are flying into Singapore on Saturday night the 17th, is it possible to buy a one day ticket for the Sunday or do we have to buy a 3 day pass. Can you tell me what time the event opens and closes on Saturday – thanks

    1. Hi Karen. The circuit is open from 3pm to midnight each day of the weekend. The majority of tickets are for three days, but there is a Sunday-only zone 1 ticket for $838 SGD (until May 2), which gives you a seat in the Pit Straight Grandstand. If you think you will make it on Saturday night, then buy one of the cheaper 3-day tickets so you can get access (for the concerts too).

  5. Hi, firstly thank you for you detailed report above, very informative. I’m looking at buying 2 tickets in turn 2 grandstand, could you give me a little help as in what section and row to sit in please? A good view of the track and also the tv screen would be great, went to the Belgium GP last year at Eua Rouge and my only issue was the tv screen was so far away!

    Looking forward to hearing your response

    1. Hi Bryan, thanks for getting in touch. Turn 2 is a good choice at Marina Bay. I haven’t personally sat in that grandstand, but the A1 section is a good choice, as you get views down the pit straight. The downside is you are a little further from the track. Always go for higher row seats if you can so your views aren’t so obscured by the catch fencing. Enjoy the weekend!

  6. Hi,

    I’m looking at getting two tickets for the pit straight. I see that it goes from block A1 to A22 – which block would put me in front of the cars as they start as well as directly in front of a TV screen?

    Many thanks

      1. Hi David,
        Yes, all grandstands have a view of a TV screen. Sorry, I can’t be more specific on the best blocks in each grandstand to give the best TV screen views. Enjoy!

    1. Hi David,
      In the pit straight grandstand, block A14 will put you right on the start line (A4 for finish line and A1 for podium). I am not sure on the exact placement of the TV screens, sorry. If you want to see the seating map for each grandstand, go to singaporegp.sg and select the ‘Buy Now’ button.

  7. Hi me n my frnds are first timers to F1 we r very much into buying walkabout tickets or bay grandstand tickets,we are bit confused what is the best tickets to buy ? Also does this both tickets has access to concerts on all 3 nights. .tks

    1. Hi Johnny, both tickets give you access on all 3 nights to the big Padang Stage in Zone 4, where all the headline concerts are held. There’s also a smaller stage in Zone 1 that can also have some good concerts. You won’t get access with the Bay Grandstand ticket, which only gets you into Zones 3 and 4. Bay Grandstand is not the best, but it can be good to have somewhere to sit for the race itself, and the rest of the time you can wander around in the Zone 3 and 4 walkabout areas. Enjoy the race!

  8. Antonello Abela

    Would you recommend me buying a ticket for Esplanade Waterfront please?

    What advantages does it have in contrast to the other sectors?


  9. HI – the ticket allocation is automatic on Singapore F1 tickets site. how can I follow your recommendations for best seating areas?

    1. Hi David, if you want to buy on the official website (singaporegp.sg), you need to click on ‘buy now’ and then it will give you the ability to choose your zone and specific seats. If you want to buy from another ticket outlet, you will need to call them directly for specific zones/seats.

  10. Hi,

    We plan on travelling with our children and would like to know what the best hotel with a balcony is to watch the Singapore race from

  11. Hi! Is there a significant difference between the Padang Combination and Bay Combination tickets? There is a 100 SGD difference between the two and we’re wondering if we could get a better experience if we opt for the more expensive ticket (Padang Combination). Thanks.

  12. Thank you for the prompt reply. This blog is by far the most informative and it helped us a lot in choosing the right seats for our budget. Kudos and keep ’em coming!

  13. Hi Andrew,

    Thanks for your in depth analysis.I’m from Adelaide originally too.
    Can I please get your recommendation on best ticket to buy for first time to Singapore Formula 1. It’s my partner’s 50th in September so it will be a surprise. He really loves Formula 1 and has been to a Melbourne one before. Thinking of the Pit combination package with pit grandstand on Sunday. Can you recommend some good seats where you get to see some turns like turn 1 or 2? Thanks

    1. Hello Gary, there are ticket booths near most gate entrances (plus at points around the city). Not sure what you mean by regular tickets, but if you are talking about the cheapest ‘Walkabout’ or General Admission tickets, they do sell out before the race, so best to buy online now if you can. Good luck!

        1. Hello Faqeh. You will need a ticket for your daughter. Discounted tickets for children are available for Pit Grandstand and Connaught Grandstand, otherwise you need to pay full price. Here’s some more info: “Any person under the age of 12 years of age must be accompanied and supervised at all times by his or her parent or guardian who must also hold a Ticket. SGPPL strongly advises that children under the age of seven (7) should not attend the Race
          for safety and operational reasons. Children below the age of seven (7) will only be admitted if the parent/guardian signs a Form of Release, Waiver and Discharge of Liability and Indemnity Agreement.”

  14. This is a great summary. I learned a lot. Thank you…

    When I look for tickets online, they usually don’t provide a row or seat. How do I apply your advice and sit higher or lower in different sections if they don’t tell me where I’m sitting?

    Also…When will I eventually learn my seat number?


    1. Hi Joe, if you are booking on the official SingaporeGP.sg website, you can choose yourself after you click ‘Buy Now’. For other ticket companies (e.g. Gootickets, BookF1), your best bet to get the row/seat you are after is to call the ticket company before you book. If you have already booked and don’t know, I guess you will have to wait until your tickets arrive! Enjoy the F1 night race!

  15. Eleonora Darryl

    Hi, I want to ask you what are the privileges that I can get from the singapore gp 2016 ticket?


    1. Hi these could be described a pre-marital privledges that could be, in assistance to a paddock pass and espresso tent access, via the rear flap at the back of the motorhome. Does this help?

    1. Hi, the 3-day Zone 4 walkabout tickets ($268 SGD) are sold out for 2016 and won’t be available at the gate. However, you can still purchase 3-day Zone 1-4 walkabout tickets ($498 SGD) at singaporegp.sg. Single day Zone 4 walkabout tickets are also still available (Friday $78 SGD / Saturday $168 SGD / Sunday $198 SGD).

      1. Thanks very much mate, ended up buying 2 x premium walkabout tickets for $498 SGD so all in for the race, and hopefully the local government don’t seed the rain clouds so we get our first ever taste of an exciting wet night grand prix! What a spectacle that would be!

  16. Great site … Well done – do you know if the premium walkabout 3-day (zones 1,2,3,4) provides any access to grandstands or are they off-limits?

    1. Hi Phil, there’s no grandstand access for walkabout ticket holders. You may get lucky and find a way in on Friday when the grandstands are less busy:)

  17. Im on a tight budget, can you help me choose between Bay Grandstand vs Zone 4 Walkabout. Which will allow me to “Follow” the race & the quali better ? Thanks

    1. Hi Sam, if following the race is more important for you, then choose the Bay Grandstand where you will get a seat and (hopefully a decent) view of a big screen TV. Personally, I prefer to ‘explore’ the track and check out the different vantage points rather than sitting in one place the whole weekend, so I would definitely go for a walkabout ticket. Cheers, Andrew Balfour

      1. Thanks for the reply, I will go for walkabout (By when do they sell out ? & One more question.

        Do they open the gates for track invasion like Sepang and Monza or is in only reserved for the Gran stand ticket holders ?

        Thank you for your help !

        1. Hi Sam. Yes, they do open the gates for a track invasion after the race. There’s more info in our Trackside guide: “access is granted to fans in Zone 1 via a gate at the public viewing platform in front of the Turn 1 grandstand. A gate is also opened right opposite the podium allowing fans in the Pit Grandstand to enter the track.” That means you will need to have a Zone 1-4 walkabout ticket (rather than just Zone 4 walkabout). Best to buy before May 8 to get the early bird discount.

  18. Sebastian Jimenez

    Hi Andrew! Great site, thank you very much for the info. Which would you recommend between Stamford grandstand and Esplanade Waterfront?

    1. Hi Sebastian, if you can afford it, pay a bit extra for the Stamford grandstand tickets. The views are a bit better and there’s always an incident or two at this section of track.

  19. rosie charlton

    Hi we are hunting as a group of 4 for best 3 day tix options in the either SuperPit grandstand (is that new this year as a ‘new’ sticker next to it on web site) or good seats for turn 1.
    Which would you go for and are there better rows in either to clear the fences which do obstruct the view a little.

    Thks Rosie

  20. Hi Andrew!

    Very helpful page this is.
    If I had to decide between Bay Grandstand and Premiere walkabout , what is your suggestion.
    I will be attending all the three days. Would the extra money spent on walkabout be worth if I really explore the circuit over the 3 days.

    1. Hi, I would choose Premier Walkabout, because I like to wander and explore, rather than sit in my seat the whole time. In general, the Bay grandstand doesn’t have very good views of the track anyway (but it is good for seeing the city skyline!)

  21. Hi Andrew,
    This is the most detailed and patient answering i have seen, stretching over years!
    I intend to go to the GP only on Sunday.
    Is it s a good idea to take a premier walkabout,
    or is it better to book a seat at the Padang grandstand?
    And if it’s the latter, which seats should i be going for?
    This is my first GP.

    1. Premier Walkabout is good if you like to explore and don’t need a guaranteed seat. The other advantage is that you can visit all the zones with this ticket. Padang is not a great grandstand, but it’s close to the big stage for the concerts afterwards.

  22. Hi Andrew
    Thanks for the detailed and patient review.
    Can you tell me if i can get T1 or Pit grandstand access only for sunday?
    I have checked the site, it seems to sell these tickets only for 3-days.

    1. Hi, T1 tickets are only sold for 3 days, but you can buy Pit Grandstand tickets for Sunday. The discount over the 3-day price is not that great however.

  23. Hello Andrew,

    I am about to buy the ticket for this year but I couldn’t decide. I would like to ask you if my two concerns are to get into the track to see the podium after the race and to have time to go up on the Singapore Flyer which type of tickets should I buy.

    Now I have three choices: Premier Walkabout, Premier Walkabout Combination, and Pit Combination. All the prices are fine for me but I just can’t choose.

    Thank you.

    1. It depends if you want/need a seat at all. If you don’t need, then go for the Premier Walkabout. But the combination tickets are also good if you want to see some different views. There’s no such thing as a Premier Walkabout Combination? If you mean Zone 1 Walkabout, I think this is the best of the ones you nominated.

  24. Hello, I am trying to get a ticket for Stamford Grandstand for 2019, I would like to know which A seating area is right opposite to the TV that show the race and qualify.



  25. George Andrianakos

    Hi Andrew

    THanks for the write up. Just wondering what your opinion is on the mid-tier grandstands? Which do you think offers the best viewing experience?

    Which seats should I be looking to book in this grandstand?


    1. Hi George, I haven’t really sat in the mid-tier grandstands, so can’t give an honest view. I much prefer having access to Zone 1, so I’d probably choose the Zone 1 Walkabout Combination, where you sit in the Pit Grandstand on Friday and Saturday, then have Walkabout for race day.

  26. Hi Andrew!

    Thanks for writing the guide. I am planning to buy ticket considering Muse is performing on Saturday 21st Sept. My priority is the concert, street action is number 2. :)

    So I’m planning to buy a single day ticket which is Saturday. Does Bay Grandstand ticket recommended? How many minutes walking to the Padang Stage? Since it is the most affordable ones :)

    1. Hi Dean. Good news that Muse is playing next year. Bay Grandstand doesn’t have the best views of the track – but it does have a great view of the skyline. I’d say it’s about a 15 minute walk from the Padang Stage.

  27. I am wanting the option of full access to all zones and pit-lane (VIP PASS), but would also like to take advantage of turn 3 premier section, this is regarding singapore 2019 GP

    what package would be suit my wants best?


  28. Thank you very much for this article, helped a great deal as I purchased my tickets, this is my first F1 race. I purchased the premiere walkabout, just a question with this ticket, will there be a chance getting close to the drivers for an autograph or a photo during the practice sessions? Thanks again.

    1. Your best bet is to hang around outside the entrance to the F1 Paddock, which is located behind the pit garages, not far from the Singapore Flyer. You can see the drivers arriving in the afternoon and leaving later at night after the sessions.

  29. Thanks a lot for your article. Could you please help me which stage is better for concerts in Zone 4 (Padang Stage)? I mean Connaught or Padang? Because as I could get from the map Connaught seats are in front of Padang stage and Padang seats are in the back of the Padang stage. So I want to know which has better access to get to the front rows of the concert?
    also about the race view, is there any difference between these to stages?
    Thanks again

    1. Hi Reza, both grandstands have similar access to the concerts. Yes, Padang is closer – but Connaught is not far away! You still need to get there early for a good view of the biggest bands. Some people just want to see the concert and not the racing. For race views, Connaught is better as it’s on a corner and Padang is on a straight.

  30. Hi Andrew!

    Thanks for writing the guide. I am planning to buy ticket just for the concert. just a question though, is the concert like full concert or they just sing a couple of song before/after the race.

    pardon the silly question as i’m not f1 fan, just planning to watch the concert.

  31. Hi Andrew thanks for sharing this information, I found it so much helpful. Just a small question, what do you recommend the most between Connaught or Stamford! Thanks for your help

  32. Hi Andrew, Which grandstand would you recommend Turn 1 or 2? And is it best to sit higher or lower? Is it possible to chose seats when booking as I need 4 seats together?

    1. Hi Frances, I’d probably choose Turn 2 as you may be able to watch the cars all the way down the Main Straight. Higher is better. If you purchase four tickets in one transaction, for sure they will be seated together.

        1. Not better for me :) Sure, the official Singapore Grand Prix site is a good place to buy tickets, but it would be great if you supported our site by reserving your tickets (or accommodation) using our links. All the best

  33. Hi,

    I plan to see the F1 race in singapore. It will be my first time to see the race.
    What is your tickets recommendation for get the best experiences?

    1. If you are on a budget, get the Premier Walkabout for access to all the zones. Zone 1 especially is the best. If you can afford a grandstand seat in Zone 1, I would go for Turn 1/2

  34. Hi, this looks like the best place to get Grand Prix queries answered!

    I’m hoping to buy walk around tickets for the Sunday only – all zones. When do single day tickets get released please?

    Thanks! Lou

    1. I don’t believe they sell Premier Walkabout for single days. Only Zone 4 walkabout and some grandstands. I think single day tickets will get released soon, probably in early December.

  35. Hi! Thank you for your circuit guide.

    I’m hoping to watch Singapore GP next year, and I really want to experience the pit lane action like when the teams are practicing for pit stops, etc. So which kind of ticket can give access for pit lane walk? Is it only for VIP tickets?

    1. Normally only Paddock Club and other hospitality guests get a pit walk. But there are some special VIP sessions like pit walks and driver autograph signings available – but you need to apply in advance and be one of the lucky ones that gets chosen.

  36. Hi!Thanks for the information!
    I’ve already booked the tickets for 2020, and my seat is located in Row 14, Section A4, Connaught grand stand. Can I also get a view of turn 8 in this seat?(cuz you mentioned it’s available for seats in row 15)
    Thank you!

  37. I noticed someone asked about single day tickets earlier, but they do not seem to have been released yet. We are hoping for Sunday and maybe saturday most likely in the Stamford stand. Does this sound possible to you? And are they likely to be released in the early bird period? Who would is best to contact to find this out?

  38. Hi there, we are planning to attend this year’s Singapore GP and are deciding on tickets.

    A friend of mine mentioned that in 2015 he purchased a 3 day, 3 corner grandstand ticket. On the Friday it was on the pit straight, Saturday Padang Grandstand and Sunday Bay Grandstand.

    I would like to go for a 3 day different grandstand ticket, so that you feel like you have experienced a few different viewpoints, but not sure if these are stilloffered/available.

    Have you any idea if they are?

    Many thanks.

    1. Hi Les, they cut back the 3-corner tickets a few years ago, they are called “Combination Tickets”. Some are still available but for me the only one worth considering is the Zone 1 Combination. This gives you Pit Grandstand on Friday and Saturday, Premier Walkabout on Sunday. The downside is you don’t get an allocated seat for the race, but there are plenty of seats around in small stands if you get there early. For me, the key to a successful weekend in Singapore is to have Zone 1 access on all 3 days. There are fewer people in Zone 1, plus the chance to see headline acts on a smaller stage. It’s just better than the other zones. Hope that helps! (The other Combination tickets give you a combination of Pit Grandstand, Padang and Stamford grandstands on other days – the Padang and Stamford don’t have great views, and you won’t have access to Zone 1 on the days you have these grandstand tickets).

    1. Hi, you can find total attendance numbers for the Singapore Grand Prix here. I don’t have the number of VIP (hospitality) guests, but it’s probably about 5000.

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