If you are looking for excitement on and off the track in the heart of colonial Singapore, then these are the seats for you. Situated at the historical Padang, spectators enjoy a great view of the cars as they exit Turn 9 and race along St Andrew's Road, past some of Singapore's most famous landmarks such as the majestic former Supreme Court and City Hall.
Padang Grandstand ticket holders also enjoy close proximity to our main live entertainment stages as well as food, beverage and merchandise outlets.
Padang Grandstand ticket holders have access to Zone 4 only.
For those who want non-stop action, the Stamford Grandstand would be perfect as it offers views of the cars negotiating more than one turn. Spectators will enjoy views of the Memorial (Turn 7), where the cars brake from nearly 300km/h down to 110km/h for the third gear left-hander onto Nicoll Highway. The Memorial has also seen its share of misfortunes such as when Timo Glock and Romain Grosjean missed the turn and ended up in the escape road in 2008 and 2009 respectively. At the other end of the grandstand, spectators will enjoy views of the cars tackling Turn 8 and from selected seats, cars can be seen approaching Turn 14 as they come round again in the second half of the lap.
The Stamford Grandstand enjoys close proximity to the Grid Bar and is also close to live entertainment, numerous F & B outlets, as well as merchandise booths located at the Padang.
Stamford Grandstand ticket holders have access to Zone 4 only.
Fans can witness the cars accelerating up to 280km/h as they cross the Esplanade Bridge as well as a clear view of Turn 14, which is tipped to offer overtaking opportunities. Turn 14 was the scene of an incident last year involving Adrian Sutil, Nick Heidfield and Jaime Alguersuari which forced Sutil to retire early in the race. Additionally, Turn 8 can be viewed from certain seats.
The Connaught Grandstand is also close to live entertainment, numerous F & B outlets, as well as merchandise booths located at the Padang and Esplanade Park.
Connaught Grandstand ticket holders have access to Zone 4 only.
Esplanade Waterfront Grandstand
After a sharp right-hander at Turn 16, cars will accelerate toward the Marina waterfront for a third gear left-hander, past the Bay Grandstand. This section of track will work the brakes hard and place a premium on slow speed traction, not to mention the drivers' finesse. In 2008, both Felipe Massa and Sebastian Bourdais overshot Turn 16, losing them precious time.
From these seats patrons can enjoy direct access to the Esplanade Outdoor Theatre, which hosts exciting performances before and after the races, as well as a multitude of food and beverage outlets at the nearby Esplanade Theaters by the Bay.
Esplanade Waterfront Grandstand ticket holders have access to Zone 4 only.
No other grandstand allows you to get closer to the nerve centre of the race as spectators here can observe the teams position their cars on the grid ready to start the race. The majority of seats have views into the team garages where they can marvel at the teamwork and precision on display whilst selected seats offer views of the podium ceremony. Be the first to witness the crowning of the champion after the chequered flag is waved on the finishing line.
As the cars come round the last corner of the track at about 200km/h and go full throttle down the Pit Straight, there is also plenty of drama to be seen, as verified by fans who witnessed first-hand Mark Webber losing control and slamming his car into the pit wall, bringing out the red flag in the second practice session last year.
The Pit Grandstand is close to the F1 Village, where spectators will enjoy staged and roving entertainment as well as a multitude of food, beverage and merchandise outlets.
Pit Grandstand ticket holders have access to Zones 1, 2, 3 and 4.
Turn 1 Grandstand
Experience the awesome braking power of Formula OneTM cars as they enter Sheares (Turn 1) after reaching speeds of about 290km/h along the Pit Straight. Spectators here can witness thrilling scenes as the drivers jostle for the best position after the flag-off. It was at this spot that the race ended for Webber of Red Bull last year when he lost control of his car and hit the barriers at Turn 2.
Turns Grandstand ticketholders enjoy close proximity to the F1 Village, where spectators will enjoy to staged and roving entertainment as well as a multitude of food, beverage and merchandise outlets.
Turn 1 ticket holders have access to Zones 1, 2, 3, and 4.
Turn 2 Grandstand
These seats offer great views of the first three turns of the track. Here, the cars briefly increase their speed up to 160km/h for Turn 2, before slowing down to 90km/h for Turn 3. Spectators also get a first-hand view of the cars exiting the Pit Lane, located opposite the grandstand. In 2009 fans witnessed Mark Webber's crash in Lap 46 of race day right into the Turn 2 barriers.
Turns Grandstand ticket holders enjoy close proximity to the F1 Village, where spectators will enjoy staged and roving entertainment as well as a multitude of food, beverage and merchandise outlets.
Turn 2 ticket holders have access to Zones 1, 2, 3, and 4.
Turn 3 Grandstand
Turn 3, located at the end of the first set of turns, offers views of cars coming out of Sheares (Turn 1) and briefly accelerating through Turn 2 before braking as they approach Turn 3. Spectators will also be able to see cars rejoining the action on the track as they exit the Pit Lane at Turn 2. After Turn 3 it is back to full throttle as cars leave the permanent section of the track and head towards Turn 4.
Turns Grandstand ticket holders enjoy close proximity to the F1 Village, where spectators will be enjoy staged and roving entertainment as well as a multitude of food, beverage and merchandise outlets.
Turn 3 ticket holders have access to Zones 1, 2, 3 and 4.
Offering fantastic views of the Central Business District skyline as well as the Marina Bay, this grandstand gives spectators a close-up look at the action in the comfort of the cool sea breeze. After running along the waterfront in front of the Bay Grandstand, the car turns under the grandstand itself, one of several unique features of the Singapore circuit.
Despite being one of the slowest parts of the circuit, this section proved to be a challenge for a number of the drivers over the past two years. Apart from the notorious Nelson Piquet Junior incident in 2008, Kimi Raikkonen, Adrian Sutil, Mark Webber, Kazuki Nakajima and Nico Rosberg also had difficulty tackling this section of the track.
The Bay Grandstand has plenty of food and beverage outlets as well as spectacular roving entertainment acts underneath the grandstand itself.
Spectators at the Bay Grandstand have full access to Zone 3 as well as Zone 4.
There are plenty of excellent vantage points within Zone 4 from which to watch the race up-close. Choose a spot on the first day and then watch the race from different locations on the second and third for alternative perspectives. To ensure spectators get a great view of the race, there are a number of bleachers located along the prime trackside viewing locations. In 2008, fans
Enjoy the numerous food and beverage outlets, merchandise booths as well as a wide variety of live staged and roving entertainment that can be found throughout this area.
Padang Walkabout ticket holders have access to only Zone 4.
The Premier Walkabout ticket allows fans to watch the action along Republic Boulevard, where they can see first-hand cars entering the pit lane or heading towards the chequered flag.
Spectators can also access the F1 Village in Zone 1, where they will enjoy staged and roving entertainment as well as a multitude of food, beverage and merchandise outlets. In addition, Premier Walkabout ticket holders also have access to the entertainment offerings in the rest of the Marina Bay Street Circuit.
Premier Walkabout ticket holders have access to Zones 1, 2, 3 and 4.