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Do you want to experience F1 at night?

If the answer to the above question is yes, then you better get your skates on as tickets for the first Formula One event in Singapore are almost sold out.

Eager to be a part of the historic event, which will be the first F1 race ever to run at night, fans have been busy snapping up tickets and over 96 per cent of the grandstand space is now gone.

That does, however, mean that there are still some seats up for grabs, although they aren't expected to be available for long as fans clamber to take their place for what is expected to be a spectacular and dramatic race around the city streets.

The seats still available are set to be some of the best possible when it comes to catching all the action of the SingTel Singapore Grand Prix, allowing fans to get close to the cars as they blast past, and providing ample opportunity to watch the drivers dice for position as the F1 title race heads towards its conclusion.

The Esplanade Steps Premier Grandstand is one that will certainly provide plenty of action as the cars come out of the tight hairpin at turn 13 and blast along Esplanade Drive, before braking hard into the right hander at turn 14 – with ample of opportunity for drivers to try and make up positions right in front of your eyes. The Connaught Grandstand will also give fans the chance to see the action at turn 14, with some seats also offering views of turn eight.

The Singapore Flyer Grandstand will provide the dramatic backdrop of the Marina Bay area, not that there will be much chance to take in the sights as the cars blast along the waterfront into the left-hander that will complete the lap.

Tickets are also still available for the Padang Grandstand, which provides a superb view along the St Andrew's Road stretch of the circuit. For those who like to catch the action off track, the Padang Grandstand is located close to plenty of the live entertainment on offer throughout the weekend.

Time is running out if you want to make sure you don't miss the opportunity to be there in person, and you still can still make sure you have a spot in the grandstand for the historic event.

In order to secure your place, simply CLICK HERE.

Be warned, however, there isn't time to waste as the remaining seats will fill up almost as quickly as Hamilton, Massa et al could be racing in front of your very eyes.


Related Pictures

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Saint Andrews Road in Singapore at night [Pic credit: Kenny Pek, Piccom]
Australian Grand Prix FP2 long run graphic [credit: Crash.net]
Australian Grand Prix FP2 long run graphic [credit: Crash.net]
24.03.2017 - Free Practice 2, Kimi Raikkonen (FIN) Scuderia Ferrari SF70H
24.03.2017 - Free Practice 2, Lewis Hamilton (GBR) Mercedes AMG F1 W08
24.03.2017 - Free Practice 2, Sebastian Vettel (GER) Scuderia Ferrari SF70H and Fernando Alonso (ESP) McLaren MCL32
24.03.2017 - Free Practice 2, Marcus Ericsson (SUE) Sauber C36
24.03.2017 - Free Practice 2, Lewis Hamilton (GBR) Mercedes AMG F1 W08
24.03.2017 - Free Practice 2, Valtteri Bottas (FIN) Mercedes AMG F1 W08
24.03.2017 - Free Practice 2, Sebastian Vettel (GER) Scuderia Ferrari SF70H
24.03.2017 - Free Practice 2, Sebastian Vettel (GER) Scuderia Ferrari SF70H
24.03.2017 - Free Practice 2, Nico Hulkenberg (GER) Renault Sport F1 Team RS17
24.03.2017 - Free Practice 2, Valtteri Bottas (FIN) Mercedes AMG F1 W08
24.03.2017 - Free Practice 2, Marcus Ericsson (SUE) Sauber C36 and Sebastian Vettel (GER) Scuderia Ferrari SF70H
24.03.2017 - Free Practice 2, Kimi Raikkonen (FIN) Scuderia Ferrari SF70H and Lance Stroll (CDN) Williams FW40
24.03.2017 - Free Practice 2, Daniel Ricciardo (AUS) Red Bull Racing RB13
24.03.2017 - Free Practice 2, Atmosphere
24.03.2017 - Free Practice 2, Felipe Massa (BRA) Williams FW40

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F1init - Unregistered

September 16, 2008 3:29 PM

Well unless they fit headlights on the cars and run on a dark track there is little point to it! Moto GP at night was just the same as any other race! Night race is a complete waste of time :p



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