Thursday, August 25, 2011

Supercharge your senses at the world’s only FORMULA ONE night

The Singapore Grand Prix is returning from 23rd to 25th September 2011 to enthral spectators with the world’s only FORMULA ONE night race.

Since 2008, Singapore has been the proud host of the world’s only Formula One night race heralded as “the jewel in the Formula One crown”.

This dramatic race set against the backdrop of heritage buildings, iconic modern architecture and a glowing city skyline, will enthral crowds with a unique combination of sights, sound and an electric atmosphere at the Marina Bay Street Circuit.

Witness first-hand Formula One cars racing on public roads at exhilarating speeds of up to 300km/h. The 5.073km Marina Bay Street Circuit presents a riveting combination of long straights and challenging turns, a stern examination even for the finest drivers.

2011 looks set to be a nail-biting and unpredictable season with five former champions competing, new drivers on the grid, and numerous technical revisions.

In addition to the Formula One action and support races on track, spectators can catch a myriad of entertainment performances including international headlining artistes – all with just the one race ticket.

As part of the S$5 million entertainment line-up within the circuit park, global mega star SHAKIRA is slated to be the headlining act for the 2011 FORMULA 1 SINGTEL SINGAPORE GRAND PRIX at the Padang main stage on Saturday, 24 September. Get charged-up for a power-packed concert by Grammy Award-winning Colombian singer-songwriter and global megastar SHAKIRA, as she performs 'Hips Don't Lie', 'Waka Waka' and other English and Spanish songs from her latest albums She Wolf and Sale El Sol (The Sun Comes Out).

Multi award-winning band Linkin Park has been confirmed as the headlining act on race day Sunday, 25 September 2011 at the Padang main stage. This is in addition to the previously announced performances by Shaggy, Rick Astley, Charice, Boy George and Massive Attack's Daddy G & 3D.

All ticketholders can enjoy the entertainment offerings on all three stages in Zone 4, including the Padang Stage where the headliners will be performing, as well as the Esplanade Outdoor Theatre Stage and Esplanade Park Stage.

Nestled in the heart of the city and adjacent to numerous five-star hotels, shopping malls and entertainment centres, the Marina Bay Street Circuit is regarded as a premier Grand Prix destination amongst racing enthusiasts. With a total of five subway stations encircling the race venue, getting in, out and around the circuit is supremely convenient.

For visitors hoping to get more bang out of their buck, their list of fun ‘to-dos’ continues long after the Formula One engines have died down. The multi-ethnic city teems with a myriad of sundown activities from bustling night markets to throngs of hawker stalls serving finger-licking street food and clubbing districts pulsating with groovy dance beats.

Singapore Airlines and Mercury Travels with Singapore Grand Prix are presenting exclusive Singapore Grand Prix Holiday packages starting at Rs 49,999 per person. The package includes air fare with taxes ex-Mumbai on Singapore Airlines, three nights hotel stay with breakfast, F1 Bay Grandstand race tickets and airport transfers. Singapore Airlines is the world's most awarded airline, recognised by customers and industry alike for its commitment to service excellence.

Those who book the Singapore Grand Prix Holiday with at least two 3-day 2011 FORMULA 1 SINGTEL SINGAPORE GRAND PRIX Grandstand tickets will be entitled to a lucky draw to win a pair of ticket upgrades to the Green Room Hospitality Suite Tickets worth SGD 3,800 each.

With tickets for the 2011 FORMULA 1 SINGTEL SINGAPORE GRAND PRIX selling at a brisk pace, it is time to book the Singapore Grand Prix Holiday and the race tickets now.

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