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Formula 1 Singapore Grand Prix 2024 | Action-packed night race in the Lion City

Pack your bags, we're going to Singapore! The 2024 Singapore GP is all set to happen on September 22. But don't miss out on Free Practice and Qualifying days; we've got you all the information you'll need on the Singapore GP schedule, all the exciting events happening during the race weekend, where to catch the best views of the race start, and of course, the F1 Singapore GP tickets you've all been waiting for!

Singapore GP 2024 schedule

All timings mentioned are according to track time.

Day 1 - Friday

Day 1 - Friday

20th September 2024

FP1 & FP2 

Free Practice 1

  • 15:00 - 16:00

Free Practice 2

  • 18:30 - 19:30

Day 2 - Saturday

Day 2 - Saturday

21st September 2024

FP3 & Qualifying

Free Practice 3

  • 15:00 - 16:00


  • 18:30 - 19:30
    The Qualifier on Saturday is the first important race of the Singapore Grand Prix 2024, which decides the starting grid positions of the drivers on the final race day.

Day 3 - Sunday

Day 3 - Sunday

22nd September 2024

Race Day

  • 17:30

    Pro-tip: Be sure to catch the Drivers’ Parade before the race, and the celebratory fireworks and concert later!

Things to consider while booking your Singapore GP tickets

1. For an Awesome View of the First Lap

Turn 2 Grandstand: Turn 1 is a sharp right-hander, immediately followed by a left-hand hairpin at Turn 2. This makes it one of the most challenging sections of the track, with the potential for plenty of overtaking and incidents.

2. For the Best Overtaking Spot

Zone 4 Walkabout: The straight in Zone 4 is also a designated DRS zone, which means that drivers can activate their car's DRS to increase their top speed and make overtaking easier. This adds an extra element of excitement to the overtaking battles in this area.

3. For a Budget Buy

Orange @ Empress Grandstand: The Empress Grandstand at the Singapore Grand Prix is often considered a good budget buy because it offers a good view of the track at a more affordable price than some of the other grandstands.

4. For the Best View of the Final Stretch

Turn 2 Grandstand: Turn 23 is the final corner of the track before the start-finish straight, and the Turn 2 Grandstand offers a great view of this corner. This is a crucial point in the race, as drivers will be pushing hard to get a good run onto the straight and try to make a pass on their rivals.

5. For a Hair's Breadth Distance from the Track

Premier Walkabout: These passes typically offer a range of different vantage points, including standing areas and elevated viewing platforms. This can allow fans to see the cars from a variety of angles and get a better sense of the speed and power of the cars.

6. For the Picture-Perfect Shot

Pit Grandstand: The Pit Grandstand is located just opposite the pit lane, which means that you'll be incredibly close to the cars as they enter and exit the pits. This can provide some great photo opportunities, especially if you have a good camera with a zoom lens.

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Things to know after you've booked your F1 Singapore GP tickets

Getting there
Visitor tips
Singapore 101

Singapore GP 2024 tickets - amenities
  • Wheelchair Accessibility: The Marina Bay Street Circuit is designed to be wheelchair-friendly with ramps, elevators, special seats, and designated restrooms. Differently-abled sporting enthusiasts can enjoy the race from the wheelchair-accessible platforms at the Empress and Turn 1 Grandstands.
  • Food and Beverages: All four zones at the Marina Bay Street Circuit are dotted with food trucks and stalls that serve some of the best meals, snacks, and drinks from various cuisines. Zone 4 ticket holders may even step out of the circuit and find more affordable dining options at nearby malls and hawker villages.
  • Merchandise: Official Formula 1 merchandise is available at several spots within the Marina Bay Street Circuit.
  • Other Facilities: There are an adequate number of portable toilets and a few fixed restrooms around the track.
Singapore GP Tickets - Visitor Tips
  • Book the right experience: If you are keen on attending a particular concert or off-track event, then make sure you pick a ticket that gives you access to the zone that's closest to the event.
  • Visibility: Large screen TVs are set up at all grandstands to ensure you don’t miss out on any of the on-track action.
  • Bring sun protection: If you arrive at the circuit early, do wear a cap or carry an umbrella as the grandstands are uncovered and the venue can get very sunny.
  • Dress light: Wear light breathable clothes and maybe even carry along an extra top if you sweat too much, as Singapore is hot and humid during the race days.
  • Bring earplugs: Make sure you wear a set of earplugs during the race as the sound of 20 V6 engines revving past you can be really loud.
Singapore GP Tickets - Rules & Regulations
  • Animals are prohibited: Animals and pets are not allowed into the circuit.
  • Other prohibited items: Alcohol, food and drinks (except a 600 ml clear plastic bottle of water or soft drink), fireworks & laser lights, helium balloons, glass, musical instruments & sound devices, umbrella, picnic baskets, chairs, stools, and other portable seats, any large articles which cannot be placed under a seat, drones, bicycles, scooters, skateboards, roller-blades, flags (except for national and team flags), unauthorized advertising material or flyers, whistles, coolers, hampers, toxic and flammable substances, hazardous items, and weapons of any kind are strictly prohibited inside the Circuit Park.
  • Photo & video recording: Professional video recording devices, tripods, audio recorders, and other related equipment are prohibited inside the Marina Bay Street Circuit. However, personal photography and filming are allowed on smartphones. 
  • Child entry: Children below the age of 12 must always be accompanied by a parent/guardian, while those below the age of 7 are only allowed entry after a parent/guardian has signed an undertaking.
Singapore GP 2024 tickets - Singapore Essentials
  • Visa: Citizens of most countries can get a visa on arrival in Singapore and stay for up to a month. Visitors, however, must ensure their passports have a validity of 6 months.
  • Time zone: UTC/GMT +8
  • Currency: Singapore Dollar (SGD)
  • Socket: Plug type G
  • Language: English, Malay, Tamil, and Mandarin Chinese.
  • Weather: September is the first month of autumn in Singapore. The city remains hot and humid throughout the month with average temperatures ranging from 24°C to 31°C. Make sure to take precautions against dehydration and heatstroke. Also, do carry along an umbrella or a poncho to the race, in case of unexpected rains.

Concerts at the Singapore GP 2024

Buckle up for an incredible ride at the Formula 1 race because it's not just about fast cars and thrilling races at the Singapore GP—it's also about the mind-blowing performances by some of the world's most famous artists and singer-songwriters!

Concerts and other fun events happen on all three days of the race weekend, but the headliners usually take the stage on Sunday, post the race. 2023 saw 88rising, Robbie Williams, and Post Malone as the headlining artists, along with other fan favorites like J-pop group XG, MILLI, The Kooks, and Groove Armada. Whether you're a casual fan or a diehard racing nut, you'll definitely be rocking, grooving, and feeling the energy at the Singapore Grand Prix.

Check back here for the latest updates on the concert line up at the 2024 Singapore GP!

Things to know before you head to the Singapore GP 2024

Track & weather conditions
Listen to race updates on the radio
Don't miss out on the fireworks
Use the MRT to arrive at the circuit
  • Temperature: 24°C to 32°C
  • Rainfall: Occasional heavy downpour, averaging at 167mm
  • Humidity: High humidity at 75% to 80%
  • Winds: Generally light during this time, with average wind speeds at around 9 km/h (5.6 mph)
  • Sunlight: 12 hours

Based on average temperatures for Singapore in September, we can surmise that temperatures during the race will likely range from highs of around 33°C to lows of around 24°C (93°F - 75°F), resulting in hot and humid conditions. Rainfall is also common in Singapore during this time of year, so there is a strong likelihood that showers may occur during the race weekend too.

Listen to the 2024 Singapore GP updates on the radio (102 FM, more specifically) because it provides real-time information about the race as it happens. This will allow you to stay up-to-date with the latest developments, such as changes in the leaderboard, incidents on the track, and updates on the weather conditions.

By listening to the radio updates, you can also gain a better understanding of the strategies being employed by each team and driver, as well as insights from experts and commentators.

The Singapore GP is known for its spectacular night race, but the post-race fireworks display truly takes your breath away. As the first cars race towards the finish line, the air is electric, and the sound of cheers and applause fills the stands.

The fireworks are choreographed to the music, and each burst of color is timed to perfection. The sky is alive with movement, the colors swirling and dancing in perfect harmony. What a perfect way to kick off the celebrations for the night!

The circuit is conveniently located near several MRT stations, making it easy to access without the hassle of traffic or finding parking. This is the reason why many prefer taking the MRT to the circuit over other public transport - and sometimes even private ones. The MRT also provides a comfortable ride with air-conditioned coaches, perfect for fans who may be dressed up for the race.

MRT stations that are closest to the track:

City Hall Station & Esplanade Station (100 meters from Gates 3A & 3B)
Nicoll Highway Station (300 meters from Gate 1)
Bayfront Station (400 meters from Gate 8)

Singapore GP 2023 race results






Carlos Sainz

Scuderia Ferrari



Lando Norris

Maclaren Mercedes



Lewis Hamilton




Charles Leclerc

Scuderia Ferrari



Max Verstappen

Red Bull Racing Honda RBPT



Pierre Gasly

Alpine Renault



Oscar Piastri

Mclaren Mercedes



Sergio Perez

Red Bull Racing Honda RBPT



Liam Lawson

Alphatauri Honda RBPT



Kevin Magnussen

Haas Ferrari


Frequently asked questions about F1 Singapore GP 2024 tickets

How much do Singapore GP tickets cost?

Singapore GP 3-Day tickets are priced between SGD 598 to SGD 1,988 for various grandstands. 1-Day passes for the Singapore GP can cost anywhere between SGD 126 and SGD 917 depending on the grandstand and event day you choose.

Which is the cheapest ticket to watch the Singapore GP?

If you want to watch all 3 days of the Singapore GP, go for the Padang/Empress/Connaught Grandstands with Zone 4 Access 3-Day pass. These tickets will cost you SGD 598 in total and have great value overall. If you don't mind walking around during the race, go for the Premier Walkabout passes, which give you access to all four zones of the circuit.

Which are the best seats to watch the Singapore GP?

The Super Pit Grandstand, located at the higher rows of the Pit Grandstand, overlooking the team garages and pit straight offers the best seats to watch the Singapore GP. Turn 1 & Turn 2 Grandstands with views to the first three turns of every lap are equally good seats to watch the race from.

When is the Singapore GP?

The F1 Singapore GP 2024 will take place from the 20th to the 22nd of September, 2024. FP1 and FP2 is scheduled for Friday (20th September), FP3 and Qualifying will take place on Saturday (21st September), and as always, Race Day is set to happen on Sunday (22nd September).

Where is the Singapore GP being held?

The Singapore GP 2024 will be held at the Marina Bay Street Circuit. The track will include parts of the commercial roads of Singapore, so expect there to be road blocks and barricades during the race weekend and days leading up to it.

What time does the Singapore GP start?

The main race of the Singapore GP is set to start at 8pm on Sunday, 22 September, 2024.

Which is the next F1 race after the Singapore GP?

The US Grand Prix is the next F1 race after the Singapore Grand Prix in the 2024 F1 racing calendar.

Who was the winner of the Singapore GP last year?

Carlos Sainz of Scuderia Ferrari was the winner of the Singapore GP in 2023.