Singapore Grand Prix 2022: Experiences, Activities & Events From 23 Sep To 2 Oct

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The Singapore Grand Prix 2022 is making its return to our island after a two-year hiatus. With the Grand Prix Season Singapore taking place from 23 September to 2 October 2022, there are a variety of race-themed lifestyle events taking place around Singapore which you can enjoy, even if you haven’t got tickets to the night race.


Things to Do with the Singapore Grand Prix 2022 in Town

Four Precinct Parties – Orchard Rd, Clarke Quay, Kampong Gelam and Sentosa

Things to Do with the Singapore Grand Prix 2022 in Town

There are four precinct parties taking place around Singapore as part of the Grand Prix season 2022.

Head to Orchard Road to shop at an auto-themed flea market at *SCAPE or take part in race-themed challenges at the Heineken Silver Smooooth Pit Stop outside Ngee Ann City. There will also be performances and an exhibition showcasing works of art made from recycled cardboard, including a five-metre long race car.


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Clarke Quay is rocking it out with themed parties at the night spots. There will also be race-inspired fashion shows and a race-themed carnival.

Kampong Gelam has daily performances featuring local acts as well as a food carnival. There will also be BMX bike challenges and a F1 roving truck.

Sentosa is hosting its first F1 precinct for the Grand Prix Season Singapore 2022 with music performances at the Central Beach Bazaar, racing simulators and race-inspired film screenings.


McLaren: The Legacy Lives On

McLaren Artura
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Head to Suntec Convention Centre to view the new McLaren Artura, the manufacturer’s first high-performance hybrid supercar. There will also be a collection of McLaren production cars on display too. The three-day exhibition takes place from 30 September to 2 October at Suntec Exhibition Hall 404. It is open from 5 pm to 10 pm on 30 September and 10 am to 10 pm on 1 and 2 October. Admission is free.


LEGO McLaren

LEGO McLaren

A LEGO replica of the McLaren Formula 1 race car will be making its debut at Orchard Road. Visitors can also sit in the car, which took 1,900 hours to build and is made up of 288,000 LEGO bricks. Find this in front of Ngee Ann City Civic Plaza. Get more details here.


Williams Racing Pop-up Experience

Williams Racing drivers Nicholas Latifi and Alex Albon
Williams Racing drivers Nicholas Latifi and Alex Albon. Image: Williams Racing

The British Formula 1 team Williams Racing will be hosting a pop-up experience at Suntec City with exhibits and activities including exclusive merch. There will also be a meet and greet with drivers Alexandra Albon and Nicholas Latifi. Get more details here.


HyperDrive Cities 2022

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HyperDrive Cities 2022 at *SCAPE is an inaugural hybrid event that focuses on providing online to offline experiences that include sim racing, lifestyle, entertainment and electric karting. Find out more here.


SIM Racing Carnival 2022

SIM Racing Carnival
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Catch professional players in action and try out top-level simulators at the Sands Expo & Convention Centre at the SIM Racing Carnival 2022.


Formula 1 Singapore Grand Prix Experiences

 “The Grand Prix Season Singapore has always been a key highlight of the Formula 1 Singapore Grand Prix experience, showcasing the best of Singapore’s lifestyle experiences across retail, dining, and entertainment. We have been heartened by the strong interest from partners  across the island, and have worked with them to offer a variety of exclusive, innovative race-themed experiences. We hope these will encourage locals and visitors to explore and enjoy Singapore’s new and reimagined offerings,” said Ms Ong Ling Lee, Executive Director, Sports and Wellness, Singapore Tourism Board. 

The full listing and details of GPSS events can be found in the GPSS 2022 Event Guide.


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