Do I need to conduct Pre-Event Testing to attend this event?

In accordance with the latest Vaccination-Differentiated Safe Management Measures (VDS) by the Ministry of Health, patrons will not need to undergo Pre-Event Testing to attend this event.

Do attendees need to be vaccinated to attend the Formula 1 Singapore Airlines Singapore Grand Prix 2022?

The Formula 1 Singapore Airlines Singapore Grand Prix 2022 is a Vaccination-Differentiated Safe Management Measures (VDS) event. All attendees are required to be fully vaccinated. If you are found to not be fully vaccinated, you will be refused entry or removed from the circuit. In the event that you are unable to enter due to your vaccination status, there will be no refunds for the tickets purchased.

All attendees are required to be fully vaccinated and will be asked to show proof of their vaccination status via the TraceTogether app. Local citizens can also show proof via the HealthHub app.

Check if your vaccination status qualifies you to enter the Marina Bay Street Circuit hereCategories of individuals allowed to attend VDS events, para 4

Information accurate as of 17 September. Please check back closer to the event for the latest information.

What are the vaccination requirements for ticketholders coming from overseas?

If you are vaccinated overseas, you are required to download the TraceTogether app to show proof of vaccination as the Formula 1 Singapore Airlines Singapore Grand Prix 2022 is a Vaccination-Differentiated Safe Management Measures (VDS) event.  Your vaccination status will be temporarily reflected in your TraceTogether app for up to 30 days*. Refer to this guide to activate your TraceTogether application. For more information on entry to Singapore for overseas travellers, please refer to the guidelines here

Overseas ticketholders who are Medically Ineligible (MI) will need to be assessed by a doctor in Singapore for their status to be recognised. If your condition meets Singapore's MI definition, the doctor will issue you a memo and key in your MI status in the system, which will be reflected as ‘exempted’ in the TraceTogether app. You can then use TraceTogether to gain access to the Formula 1 Singapore Airlines Singapore Grand Prix 2022. 

*If your stay in Singapore exceeds 30 days, you will need to have your vaccination records registered into Singapore’s National Immunisation Registry, and may be required to receive additional doses to continue to meet Singapore’s requirements for vaccination. Please refer to the Ministry of Health’s Post Vaccination Matters FAQ.  

Information accurate as of 17 September. Please check back closer to the event for the latest information.

Who are exempted from Vaccination-Differentiated Safe Management Measures (VDS)?

Please refer to the Ministry of Health’s VDS information sheet, para 4 for the categories of individuals who are allowed to attend VDS events. 

Information accurate as of 17 September. Please check back closer to the event for the latest information.

Do children under the age of 12 need to be vaccinated to attend the event?

Children aged below 12 years old who are not vaccinated may currently access the Circuit Park. Proof of age will be required. More information on Child Vaccination can be found here.

Children under the age of six will not need a TraceTogether app for entry. Parents will be able to group check in for family members who may not carry a mobile device. More information on TraceTogether can be found here.

Do note that the measures listed are subject to change to adhere to the prevailing safe management measures implemented by the government. Please visit this https://www.moh.gov.sg/covid-19 regularly for the latest updates. 

Where can I find more information on the local COVID-19 situation?

The latest information on the local COVID-19 situation is available on the Singapore Ministry of Health website at https://www.moh.gov.sg/covid-19.

How will Singapore GP ensure the safety and well-being of patrons?

The safety and well-being of all stakeholders such as our fans, contractors, volunteers and staff, as well as our local community, remains our top priority. We will continue to work closely together with relevant government agencies and partners to implement and refine various protocols to ensure that the event will be held safely.

What vaccines are recognised by the Singapore government?

Please refer to the Ministry of Health’s VDS information sheet, para 4 for the categories of  individuals who are allowed to attend VDS events.

What is the schedule for the event?

View the daily event schedule here.

What are the track activities over the weekend?

FIA FORMULA ONE WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP
See the world’s finest drivers go wheel-to-wheel under lights at speeds of up to 325km/h, threading the barriers around Singapore’s picturesque Marina Bay Street Circuit. Brace yourself for a weekend filled with high-octane full throttled action in the 13th race of the Formula 1® season.

W SERIES
Making their exciting debut on the Marina Bay Street Circuit as well as their first race in Asia is the all-female international single-seater motor racing championship, W Series. Singapore will host the seventh round of the 2022 season. 

TSS THE SUPER SERIES
The biggest domestic racing series in Thailand, TSS The Super Series, features an exciting mix of GT3/ GTM and GTC supercars. Expect to see the likes of Toyota, Audi, Aston Martin, Mercedes AMG, Bentley, Lamborghini, Ford Mustang and more racing on the Marina Bay Street Circuit. 

More information on all the on-track action can be viewed here
 

How can I meet the race drivers?

For the first time, fans can catch their favourite drivers from Formula 1® and W Series at a special Meet & Greet session.

Formula 1® Drivers' Meet & Greet sessions
Friday, 30 September, 4:20pm - 4:30pm and Saturday, 1 October, 3:35pm – 4:30pm at The Wharf Stage, Zone 1.
Patrons must have a valid Zone 1 ticket for the corresponding day in order to access this activity..

You can also catch the drivers as they are driven around the track in vintage cars on Sunday, 2 October, 6pm – 6.30pm in the Formula 1® Drivers’ Track Parade. Pertrolheads can check out these classic cars on display in Zone 2.

W Series Drivers' Meet & Greet session
Friday, 30 September, 4:15pm – 4.45pm at the Esplanade Outdoor Theatre, Zone 4.


*All information is correct as of 23 Sep 2022 and subject to change.
Please check Event And Race Schedule for the latest information.

What is the entertainment line-up at the Formula 1 Singapore Airlines Singapore Grand Prix 2022?

Gear up for a power-packed race weekend with over 100 hours of stellar entertainment including 92 performances across nine stages, 79 roving acts as well as an array of art installations and activities. This year’s programme also features Black Eyed Peas, The Kid LAROI, TLC, and Suede as well as an exciting mix of local and international artists from all over the world.

More information on the entertainment line-up for the Formula 1 Singapore Airlines Singapore Grand Prix 2022 can be found here

View the entertainment schedule here.

As the effects of the pandemic have been ever-changing, changes may need to be made at any time to entertainment and activities even after they are announced. This may include limiting the access that any ticketholder has to any entertainment and activities. Refunds will not be given due to any change in entertainment, concerts, or other activities.

How can I access the Fan Zone at the Padang Stage?

Go early to secure a spot in the Fan Zone to get up close to your favourite artistes. Entry to the Fan Zone, located in front of the Padang Stage, is on a first-come-first-served basis. You may exit the Fan Zone at any time, however, you may not be able to re-enter once the Fan Zone has reached its maximum capacity.

Will I be able to explore the entire Circuit Park with my ticket?

Zone 1 ticketholders will be able to access all zones within the Circuit Park. *  
Zone 3 ticketholders will be able to access Zones 3 and 4 of the Circuit Park.* 
Zone 4 ticketholders will have access to Zone 4 of the Circuit Park only.  
  
*Information accurate as of 17 September and is based on prevailing government regulations. Please check back closer to the event for the latest information. 

*E-ticketholders in Zone 1 and Zone 3  will require a wristband in order to facilitate entry across various zones of the Circuit Park.
 
Zone 1 general ticketholders (Premier Walkabout as well as Pit, Turn 1, Turn 2 and Turn 1 Wheelchair Accessible Platform) can collect wristbands from any Information booth within Zone 1 and Zone 2. 

Bay Grandstand ticketholders in Zone 3 can collect wristbands from the event crew stationed at the stairwells on their way up to their seats.

Wristbands are also available for collection at select internal gates within the Circuit Park (subject to verification of tickets).

What provisions are there for persons with limited mobility?

To meet the needs of patrons with limited mobility, Singapore GP has made available Wheelchair Accessible Platforms at strategic locations within the Circuit Park. Please contact us here or call our Ticketing Hotline +65 6229 7777 for enquiries.

 

You can find more information for each ticket category at:
Turn 1 Wheelchair Platform
Empress Wheelchair Platform

I am visually impaired. Can I enter the Circuit Park with my guide dog?

Visually impaired patrons are welcome to enter with their guide dogs. Please inform us in advance here so we can facilitate access.

What is the off-track entertainment, concerts and activities at the FORMULA 1 SINGAPORE AIRLINES SINGAPORE GRAND PRIX 2022?

More information on the entertainment line-up for the Formula 1 Singapore Airlines Singapore Grand Prix 2022 can be found here.

As the effects of the pandemic have been ever-changing, changes may need to be made at any time to entertainment and activities, even after they are announced.

This may include limiting the access that any ticketholder has to any entertainment and activities. Refunds will not be given due to any change in entertainment, concerts or other activities.

Will I be able to explore the entire Circuit Park with my ticket?

Zone 1 ticketholders will be able to access all zones within the Circuit Park. *  
Zone 3 ticketholders will be able to access Zones 3 and 4 of the Circuit Park.* 
Zone 4 ticketholders will have access to Zone 4 of the Circuit Park only.  
  
*Information accurate as of 17 September and is based on prevailing government regulations. Please check back closer to the event for the latest information. 

*E-ticketholders in Zone 1 and Zone 3  will require a wristband in order to facilitate entry across various zones of the Circuit Park.
 
Zone 1 general ticketholders (Premier Walkabout as well as Pit, Turn 1, Turn 2 and Turn 1 Wheelchair Accessible Platform) can collect wristbands from any Information booth within Zone 1 and Zone 2. 

Bay Grandstand ticketholders in Zone 3 can collect wristbands from the event crew stationed at the stairwells on their way up to their seats.

Wristbands are also available for collection at select internal gates within the Circuit Park (subject to verification of tickets).

How is Singapore GP committed to driving change?

#SGPDRIVESCHANGE

Singapore GP is committed to making the Formula 1 Singapore Airlines Grand Prix  one of the most environmentally sustainable street circuits on the Formula 1 calendar.. We are committed to driving change towards leaving a positive race print.

Building on existing efforts from past races, Singapore GP and STB will flag off a series of sustainability initiatives this year to reduce the event’s carbon footprint, promote a circular economy, and create positive impact in the community.
  
To further highlight their commitment, Singapore GP has appointed Faithful + Gould to produce a Carbon Footprinting Report that will measure the carbon footprint within the Circuit Park’s patron experience zones. Results from this report, which will be audited by Tüv Süd PSB, will be used by Singapore GP to develop a Carbon Management Plan that will guide and enhance sustainability efforts for the race over the remainder of the seven-year term.

Find out how Singapore GP is driving change here.

How can I do my part to reduce the environmental footprint?

Ticketholders are strongly encouraged to take public transport to the event. 
Help us keep the Circuit Park clean and green – let’s make the experience more enjoyable for everyone! Please dispose of your trash properly and throw recyclables in right bins.

To reduce single-use packaging and disposables, sale of still water in single-use plastic bottles will be phased out; all Singapore GP-run F&B outlets within the Marina Bay Street Circuit will only sell still water in beverage cartons. You can still bring reusable bottles into the Circuit Park – there are plenty of water points for you to refill your bottle.

Where can I purchase official Singapore Grand Prix merchandise?

Pick up exclusive official Singapore Grand Prix memorabilia at the merchandise stores located throughout the Circuit Park. You can also visit our online store at shop.singaporegp.sg.

When does marshal recruitment for the Formula 1 Singapore Airlines Singapore Grand Prix 2022 open?

Marshal recruitment for the Formula 1 Singapore Airlines Singapore Grand Prix 2022 has closed.

Who can I contact should I need assistance?

For further information or assistance, please write to us at https://singaporegp.sg/en/contact-us or call +65 6229 7777.

Medical & First Aid

Should you feel unwell during the event, please proceed to the nearest First Aid Booth.

The most common first aid incidents are blisters (from walking in inappropriate footwear), mild dehydration and sunburn. Please take appropriate prevention measures to ensure you have a smooth and enjoyable experience during the event.

Please refer to the Circuit Park Map for all the First Aid Booth locations.

Information Booths/ Lost & Found

Approach our staff at the various Information Booths around the Circuit Park for any queries or requests.
In the event that you lose an item, please report to the nearest Information Booth.
Please refer to the Circuit Park Map for all Information Booth locations.
*Do note that we are unable to retrieve items under the grandstands until after the day’s activities.

What are the opening hours of the Circuit Park?

The opening hours are:

•    30 September (Friday), 1400hrs till 0000hrs
•    1 October (Saturday), 1430hrs till 0000hrs 
•    2 October (Sunday), 1430hrs till 0000hrs 

The opening hours of the Circuit Park is subject to change. Please check back regularly for updated information.

We strongly advise you to arrive early because we anticipate a high volume of visitors on event day. Check your ticket for the gate number and proceed to the correct gate.

As we anticipate a high volume of visitors over the race weekend, we strongly advise you to arrive early. Due to road closures in the area, visitors are encouraged to use public transportation. Please check here for more public transport and road closure information.

I am attending the event with children. What do I need to take note of?

All patrons, including children, must have a valid ticket for entry. Singapore GP strongly advises that children under the age of seven should not attend the race for safety and operational reasons. Children below the age of seven will only be admitted if the parent/guardian signs a Release, Waiver & Discharge of Liability and Indemnity Agreement which can be obtained from this link or at ticketing counters outside the Circuit Park. For the avoidance of doubt, all persons regardless of age must have a valid ticket to enter the Circuit Park.

Where can I access the Circuit Park map?

The Circuit Park map can be viewed here.

What are the directions to the Circuit Park?

With a high volume of traffic around the Circuit Park, you are encouraged to take public transport to the Marina Bay Street Circuit — most Gates are within walking distance of an MRT station. Refer to your ticket for the nearest Gate(s) and plan your route accordingly with the public transportation guide allowing plenty of time to get there. 

Detailed directions on how to get to your Grandstands/Gates, etc can be viewed here

Train and shuttle bus services will operate on all three days of the race weekend. However, please note that public buses servicing the vicinity of the Circuit Park may be disrupted.

 

I plan to drive to the Circuit Park. Where can I park my car?

It is highly recommended to take public transport. If you decide to drive, please note that there is limited parking around the Circuit Park due to road closures. Refer to the Road Access and Public Transport Guide here.

How do I get out of the Circuit Park?

Allow for plenty of time when leaving the Circuit Park. Due to the number of patrons leaving after the event, you may experience congestion. Detailed information on how you can leave the Circuit Park can be viewed here.

What are the train operating hours over the race weekend?

Train services at City Hall MRT station will be extended over the race weekend:

•    30 September (Friday), extended till 12.30am
•    1 October (Saturday), extended till 12.30am
•    2 October (Sunday), extended till  12.45am

What can I bring into the Circuit Park?

The detailed list of prohibited items can be viewed here.

Travel light and bring only what you need for faster clearance. The following items are not allowed into the Circuit Park:

a.    food and drink (except for 1 empty bottle  with a capacity of no more than 600ml)
b.    non-collapsible prams/strollers/infant car seats
c.    Cameras with telephoto lens, long lens or removable lens more than 30cm in length
d.    Flares
e.    Vapourisers (electronic cigarettes (e-cigarettes), e-pipes, e-cigars, etc)
f.    large flags (except for national and team flags)

For more information, please see clause 9.2 of our Terms and Conditions.

What are some useful information to take note of?

You can check out our tips for the best Singapore Grand Prix experience here.

Is there live commentary at the event?

You can tune in to the live commentary by tuning in to 102FM on your FM receiver.

Where can I buy tickets over the race weekend?

There are ticketing booths located next to selected gates around the Circuit Park over the race weekend (subject to availability).

What are the Do’s and Don’ts when buying tickets online?

Do’s
1. View product information on our official website https://singaporegp.sg first and decide which product to buy before entering the booking site.
2. Ensure your credit card has sufficient funds
3. Check that your card is enabled to perform international transactions (for non-Singapore issued cards)
4. Keep to the 10-minute time limit to complete your transaction

Don’ts
1. Avoid making multiple attempts using the same credit card and/or multiple cards to make payments, which may lead to the system blocking your account
2. Do not refresh your page while in the Virtual Waiting Room

If you encounter any payment problems during your transaction, please call the Ticketing Hotline +65 6229 7777 for assistance.

Where can I buy tickets?

Official Formula 1 Singapore Airlines Singapore Grand Prix 2022 tickets can be purchased from the official Singapore GP website, www.singaporegp.sg, the Singapore GP Ticketing Hotline +65 6229 7777 and via Authorised Ticketing Partners (ATP).

Are tickets sold by external parties or other websites valid?

Only Singapore GP’s Authorised Ticketing Partners (ATP) are permitted to sell Formula 1 Singapore Airlines Singapore Grand Prix 2022 tickets.

Tickets sold by unauthorised resellers online or outside of the Circuit Park will be void and the ticketholder will be refused entry to the Event. Please refer to Clause 6.6 on Prohibition against Ticket on-selling and unauthorised Tickets on our Terms & Conditions (Sale & Entry) here.

I saw a lower price on another website. Are the tickets valid?

Official Formula 1 Singapore Airlines Singapore Grand Prix 2022 tickets can only be purchased from the Singapore GP website (www.singaporegp.sg), the Singapore GP ticketing hotline and via Authorised Ticketing Partners (ATP).

If you see lower prices advertised elsewhere, these tickets are likely to be from unauthorised resellers, or may potentially be fraudulent tickets. Any ticket found to be obtained from unauthorised source will be immediately voided and the ticket holder will be refused entry to the Event.

Do note that Singapore GP will only accept the first scan of the e-Ticket upon entry.

Is there a limit to how many tickets I can purchase and how many people in a group can attend the race together?

As the COVID-19 situation remains fluid, we will follow the Singapore government’s prevailing safe management guidelines on group sizes at the time of the event.

Each person may only purchase up to a maximum of 10 tickets for Hospitality, Grandstand and Combination ticket categories.

Each person may only purchase up to a maximum of 4 tickets for Walkabout ticket categories.

Are the tickets transferable?

Each ticket in a three-day ticket may be used by a different ticketholder. However, please note that tickets are non-transferable on the same day during the day of entry into the Circuit Park.

Does my child require a ticket?

All patrons, including children, must have a valid ticket for entry. 

General Access: any person under 12 years of age must be accompanied and supervised at all times by his or her parent/guardian.  

Hospitality Facilities: any person under 18 years of age must be accompanied and supervised at all times by his or her parent/guardian.  

Singapore GP strongly advises that children under the age of seven should not attend the race for safety and operational reasons. Children below the age of seven will only be admitted if the parent/guardian signs a  Release, Waiver & Discharge of Liability and Indemnity Agreement which can be obtained from this link or at ticketing counters outside the Circuit Park. For the avoidance of doubt, all persons regardless of age must have a valid ticket to enter the Circuit Park.

The full conditions of sale and entry to the Formula 1 Singapore Airlines Singapore Grand Prix 2022 can be found here.

Are there any discounts for children?

Patrons aged 16 and below can enjoy up to 50% off the regular price for the 3-day Pit Grandstand and 3-day Stamford Grandstand tickets.

All patrons 12 and under who wishes to purchase a Junior Ticket should be accompanied by an adult to the event.

Singapore GP strongly advises that children under the age of seven should not attend the race for safety and operational reasons. Children below the age of seven will only be admitted if the parent/guardian signs a Form of Release, Waiver & Discharge of Liability and Indemnity Agreement which can be obtained from this link or at ticketing counters outside the Circuit Park. For the avoidance of doubt, all persons regardless of age must have a valid ticket to enter the Circuit Park.

Can I choose seats from the seating plans within a grandstand?

You may choose your preferred grandstand and block, but not the individual seats within that grandstand. The computerised ticketing system allocates seats on a best available basis at the time of purchase. This means that when you buy the tickets, you will get the best seats available at that point of time.

For assistance, you may contact us here or call the Singapore GP Ticketing Hotline at +65 6229 7777 for more information.

Can I change my tickets after the purchase is made?

Only ticket upgrades are permissible. For assistance, please contact us here or call the Singapore GP Ticketing Hotline at +65 6229 7777 for more information.

I have encountered a payment error during my transaction, what should I do?

Payment errors could be due to the following reasons:

1. Your card has not been activated for international usage
2. You have made multiple attempts which may lead to the system blocking your account
3. Insufficient funds in your account

Call the Ticketing Hotline +65 6229 7777 for assistance.

What type of payment do you accept?

You can purchase your tickets by Credit Card (American Express, MasterCard and VISA).

What is included in the ticket price published on the website?

All ticket prices are inclusive of the prevailing rate of Goods & Services Tax.

I have received my e-ticket. Will I get a physical ticket?

Although not essential, to facilitate access, you may choose to print your e-ticket(s) in its original form and have it ready prior to entry for a faster and more seamless process at the gates. Please hold on to your copy to facilitate re-entry should you wish to exit and re-enter the Circuit Park. Printed e-tickets that have been tampered with will not be scanned. There will be collection bins at all the gates for your printed e-tickets to be recycled.
 
In the event that you will be showing your ticket on your phone / electronic device, please make sure that you have downloaded a copy prior to arrival at the gate.

Why the switch to e-tickets?

The Formula 1 Singapore Grand Prix is one of many events that has made the switch to electronic tickets, beginning with a trial with general walkabout and grandstand tickets. This is in line with the current practice across various industries.
 
The decision was made during the pandemic as we wanted greater flexibility to respond to ongoing changes in COVID-19 safe management measures. 
 
Furthermore, with e-tickets readily available on a mobile device, patrons can access their ticket whenever it is required. This eliminates the need for an additional trip prior to the event to collect a physical ticket, and reduces the possibility of tickets being mishandled while being couriered. E-tickets also have the added advantage of being more environmentally friendly.
 
We understand that there is a group of fans who still wish to have tickets as memorabilia. We have introduced a limited quantity of commemorative lanyards and luggage tags designed as 'tickets' made of recyclable materials in order to provide fans with an option that can be reused in a meaningful way. Please note these cannot be used for entry into the Circuit Park.

When will I receive my e-tickets?

E-tickets will now be issued for general tickets in place of physical tickets as part of our sustainability efforts. Your e-ticket(s) will be sent to your registered email address closer to the event.

For purchases made before 31 August 2022, e-tickets have been sent to your registered email address. You will receive your e-tickets immediately if you make any purchases now.

I did not receive my email confirmation after purchasing my tickets. What should I do?

Please check your junk or spam mail folder for the email confirmation shortly after purchasing your tickets. In the event you are still unable to locate it, please contact us here or call the Singapore GP Ticketing Hotline at +65 6229 7777.

What are my delivery/collection options?

You may choose to collect your hospitality tickets at a self-collection venue or receive them via courier.

Do my shipping and billing addresses have to be the same?

Your shipping and billing addresses can be two different addresses.

Where can I collect my hospitality tickets?

Ticket collection details for hospitality tickets will be communicated directly to the ticketholder at a later date.

When is the latest that I will receive my hospitality tickets via courier?

If you have opted to have your hospitality tickets couriered to you, you can expect to receive your tickets at the address provided by you closer to the event.

If you are not able to collect by the dates stated, or wish to amend the method of ticket collection, please contact us here or our Hospitality team at +65 6731 5900.

I did not receive my hospitality tickets. What should I do?

If you did not receive your tickets, please contact us here or our Hospitality team at +65 6731 5900.

What do I need to bring to collect my hospitality tickets?

You are required to present the following items for verification upon collection:

  1. Clear copy of your email confirmation
  2. Any photo identification card that bears the credit card holder’s name such as NRIC, Passport or Driver's license
  3. Credit card used for the purchase

If you are unable to produce the original credit card due to replacement or loss of card, please contact us here or call our Ticketing hotline +65 6229 7777 for assistance prior to collection.

What if I cannot collect my tickets personally?

Please write to us here if you are unable to collect your tickets personally.

What is the refund policy in place in the event that the Formula 1 Singapore Grand Prix 2022 is cancelled?

If the Formula 1 Singapore Grand Prix 2022 is cancelled and cannot be rescheduled, we will contact all ticketholders.

For more information on refunds and exchanges, please refer to Clause 8 of our Terms & Conditions here.