Singapore GP adds additional grandstands due to ticket demand 

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Singapore Grand Prix organisers have revealed that two new grandstands will be introduced at the Marina Bay Street Circuit for 2023, due to a strong demand for tickets for the Formula 1 race. 

Twelve categories have already sold out or are close to selling out, with limited seats available in the new Sheares (turn 1) and Promenade (between turns 17 and 18) Grandstands, as well as the existing Pit Entry Grandstand (turn 19).

The grandstands will also provide ticket-holders with access to all zones in the Circuit Park and begin at S$1,188 (£719/€812/$892).

The additional grandstands will also help to mitigate the overall reduction in capacity due to the closure of the Bay Grandstand, which is part of the redevelopment of The Float at Marina Bay.

Race promoter Singapore GP said that it was also working with stakeholders and the local authorities to identify new sites for further grandstands and viewing bleachers.

Limited single-day Zone 4 and Premier Walkabout tickets have also been released for sale from today (Monday) and begin at S$128.

The Singapore Grand Prix will take place from September 15-17.

Formula 1’s most recent race in Australia attracted a record crowd of 444,631 across the entire race weekend.