Singapore Grand Prix 2018 Preview Live Race

Singapore Grand Prix 2018 Preview Live Race

Singapore Grand Prix 2018 Preview Live Race

F1’s biggest names at the Singapore Grand Prix have had some contrasting fortunes…

Formula 1’s biggest names have produced some contrasting fortunes at the Singapore Grand Prix with all-time highs and frustrating lows.

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From serial race-winners Lewis Hamilton and Sebastian Vettel tasting victory with multiple teams to Daniel Ricciardo’s recent near-misses with Red Bull, could the Australian’s luck turnaround this year in Singapore?

Singapore Grand Prix 2018 Preview Live Race

Singapore Grand Prix 2018 Preview Live Race

This year the Singapore round at the Marina Bay Street Circuit hosts the opening Asian flyaway race following the European stretch with F1 arriving at the city between September 14-16.

Check out the winners and those who didn’t quite make the cut at the Singapore Grand Prix.

This year’s entertainment has got everything from Mandopop to old-school hip hop to EDM

The F1 Singapore Grand Prix returns for its 10th time this year. If you’ve been watching it from the comfort of your silent home for the last nine years, it’s time to venture out into F1 territory and join the action from 14-16 September. To ease you in, we suggest this little list of some F1 essentials: earbuds, a poster supporting Vettel, deodorant (it gets sweaty, trust us) and of course, tickets to the race. But we digress; we’re here to tell you about the concerts (because we all know it ain’t just about the race). Previous F1 entertainment lineups have included the likes of Pharrell, J-Lo, Seal and Duran Duran. Who’s coming this year? Here goes…

Performing Sunday 16 September
The biggest event on Sunday has to be Martin Garrix, followed by the race. This superstar is back to knock the socks off all the maniacal EDM heads out there with his hit songs So Far Away and Scared To Be Lonely. While we were all disappointed he wasn’t part of the Ultra lineup, at least this Garrix-crazy generation will get to see their idol at the F1. Joining him on race day is up-and-coming English singer-songwriter Dua Lipa, here to perform her top hits that reached record-breaking highs on the UK charts.

Over the three days, the Singapore Grand Prix features other big international acts including British soul and pop band Simply Red, old-school hip-hop group The Sugarhill Gang, tribute band Bjorn Again, and Scottish trio Young Fathers. A host of Singaporean acts will also ply their trade that weekend: check out vintage pop artist Miss Lou, the soulful Matteblacc, and mad moshing groups Eatmepoptart and Emonightsg.

Real talk: we’ve gotta say we think that this year’s lineup isn’t as enticing as previous years (think Queen, One Republic and Bon Jovi). But one thing’s for sure, it’s definitely going to be a weekend of non-stop revelry and thrilling night racing.

Formula 1 2018 Singapore Airlines Singapore Grand Prix, 14-16 Sep, Marina Bay Street Circuit, for more information on ticket prices and events, visit the official Singapore Grand Prix site

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