Singapore Grand Prix 2018
Are you looking forward to hearing the roar of the engines beneath your feet at the Bay Grandstand? Or would you rather enjoy the superb views from the Padang Grandstand? Whatever ticket category you choose, adrenaline-pumped memories are ensured! Just as many were worried that it would be Singapore's last year to host the pinnacle of motorsport, Formula One has announced that the Singapore Grand Prix will be part of the calendar until 2021.
The Singapore Grand Prix is without a doubt one of the most thrilling events of the year, seeing as the very best drivers compete for the top spot on the podium. F1's first night race is widely regarded as the greatest modern addition to the racing scene. The live event has become a firm favourite amongst racing fanatics with twisting four angled turns and longer race time. At Ticketbis you can find the F1 Singapore tickets you're looking for, this way making sure you don't miss out on one of the most renowned sporting events in Singapore!
2018 Entertainment and concerts
Indeed, F1 Singapore tickets are not only sought for by sports lovers, but also music fans! That's right, with your Formula 1 tickets you can expect to see a line-up of popular musicians to keep you entertained whilst you're away from the action of the race track. Marina Bay will be host to multiple full-length concerts in 2018, with this year's line-up announcement currently pending.
Last year featured the likes of Ariana Grande and The Chainsmokers playing on Saturday, and Calvin Harris and Duran Duran playing on Sunday. Want to see what the 2018 Singapore Grand Prix has planned for you? If last year's demand is something to go by, F1 Singapore tickets won't be available for long so get yours from Ticketbis while you still can.
F1 Singapore history
Singapore can boast of being the home of Formula OneTM night racing for a decade now! Featuring a magical surrounding which includes beautiful heritage buildings and a modern skyline, Singapore has made a name for itself in terms of festive atmospheres and quality races. In 2017 Lewis Hamilton got lucky when title rival Sebastian Vettel and drivers Kimi Raikkonen and Max Verstappen all crashed out on the first lap. There were still many laps to go, however, and Hamilton produced an assured display from lap one to the chequered flag. Will the 2018 Singapore Grand Prix bring more thrill and spills? Get your F1 Singapore tickets and live the action for yourself.
Due to the popularity of the event, Ticketbis strongly advises fans to buy F1 Singapore tickets promptly to avoid disappointment. If you want more adrenaline-filled action, why not head over and see the Malaysian Formula One at Sepang or the final race of the season in Abu Dhabi?