F1: Singapore F1 Tickets Worth Up to $7,400 sold out within hours

Three-day grandstand and combination tickets for this year’s edition of the Formula 1 Singapore Grand Prix were sold out within six hours of release on Wednesday (Apr 13), said race organizer Singapore GP, describing the response as a “tremendous success”.

“We have received strong interest from existing and new clients in our hospitality packages ever since the contract renewal for the Formula 1 night race was announced,” Shamini Suppiah, director of hospitality and sponsorship sales for Singapore GP Pte, said.

The three-day grandstand offerings were priced at a low of  $220 USD to $950 USD,

Three-day hospitality packages were priced at around $7,400 USD, according to the event’s website.

In January it was announced that a contract had been signed for Singapore to host the Formula 1 Grand Prix for another seven years.

The event is set to take place at the 3.15mile-long Marina Bay Street Circuit from Sep 30 to Oct 2, marking the first time the race is being held since 2019 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

“After a two-year absence from the streets of Marina Bay, we are delighted by the incredible response to our first race in our new seven-year term,” said Singapore GP director Adam Firth.

Singapore GP is “100 percent committed to delivering another spectacular edition of the Formula 1 Singapore Grand Prix”, he added.

More three-day grandstand tickets may be released later if safe management measures around Covid ease further, Singapore GP said in the statement. A waitlist has been set up for companies wishing to book extra places should they become available.