Singapore Grand Prix introduces new ways to catch this year’s F1 race like a baller

The Sky Suite at this year’s Singapore Grand Prix has undergone a revamp. Above is the Classic decor.
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There are a couple of ways to enjoy the Singapore Grand Prix taking place from September 14 to 16 at the Marina Bay Street Circuit – you can buy a walkabout ticket and roam the circuit or you can pick your favourite turn and buy a grandstand seat.

There is also the alternative of living it up and booking one of the five luxurious hospitality packages where you can wine and dine while getting a vantage view of the race in air-conditioned comfort.

To that end for this year’s Formula 1, promoter Singapore GP Pte Ltd has revamped its Sky Suite which now features higher ceiling, improved ambient lighting and private balconies, and the option to customise the food and beverage menu.

There are two Sky Suite decors to choose from – Classic, which features brighter colours; and Alternative, which boasts warm, earthy tones.

The Sky Suite’s Alternative decor features warm, earthy tones.
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The other hospitality packages offered are the Formula One Paddock Club, which offers front-row seats to the race; The Green Room, which has a relaxed and casual ambience; Lounge@Turn 3, which is located at the end of the first set of turns; and the brand new Twenty3, which promises a cutting-edge experience and is strategically located at the final corner of the street circuit.

“Our offerings over the last ten years set the bar for exceptional hospitality, but as we embark on a new term with Formula 1, we have to continue to innovate, redefine and improve the hospitality experience for our guests,” said Shamini Suppiah, director of corporate sales at Singapore GP Pte Ltd.

She added: “With the revamped Sky Suite and the introduction of Twenty3, each of our five hospitality options now offer a truly unique race experience that brings guests even closer to the race action.