Singapore Grand Prix
Circuit length: 5.063 km (3.146 mi)
Race length: 308.706 km (191.821 mi)
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Watch Marina Bay Grand Prix
The Singapore Grand Prix, raced around the spectacular backdrop of Marina Bay Sands has quickly become one of the most popular of the ‘new’ F1 tracks and it is a race that can give spectacular entertainment.
With the track been a street race, sometimes the actions doesn’t live up to expectations but on those occasions you do get to take in the spectacular views of the Marina Bay Sands, the Art Science Museum, Gardens by the Bay and the huge skyscrapers that line Marina Bay.
As F1’s first ever night race, the site of cars sparking as they bottom out on fast straights coupled with the shine of the cars really give a unique look to the race.
Fans also get a chance to get closer to drivers as they race with clear visors that allow you to see the concentration and stress of racing at 200+ mph around tight roads.
One other fantastic feature of the race is final section that see’s the cars go under the main grandstand, around the Singapore Flyer and down a spectacular home straight- complete with a firework display for the winner.
What Can We Watch?
You can watch all of the key action from each and every race weekend including all 3 practise sessions, qualifying and of course the actual race itself live.
Singapore Grand Prix
The Singapore GP really is a race of extremes for the drivers as not only do they need to concrete fully on the tight and compact track layout but they have to do so in a cockpit where temperatures can reach 60c.
That leads to dehydration worries for the drivers and vast weight loss and with so much pressure on the drivers, it can lead to huge errors and that gives us unpredictable racing.
The vast majority of Singapore Grand Prix feature a safety car so strategy plays a huge part in the outcome.
The race was actually first run way back in 1961 at the Orient Year Grand Prix before becoming the Malaysian Grand Prix until Singapore gained independence in 1955.
After a number of issues including back to back races with fatalities, the race was stopped in 1973 and it wasn’t until the Singapore Grand Prix joined the Formula One World Championship in 2008 that race was once again under-took although the race was now run around Marina Bay- one of the most stunning back drops in the world for a Grand Prix.
How To Watch Singapore Grand Prix Live
Simply choose one of the live streaming services below to watch the Singapore Grand Prix live.