16 Sep Formula 1 Sizzles with Entertainment at the Singapore Grand Prix
Wowza!!! For Formula 1 race fans, like those of us at AutoSupershield who are lucky enough to be jetting over to Singapore for the race, you all are in for 3 days of sheer entertainment.
While we all love Monaco, Singapore is really taking racing and entertainment to a whole new level. The race will take place September 23rd – 25th of 2011 and is a circuit with challenging turns throughout the world-class city. There will be 9 grandstands situated in various locations and spectators will be watching from the rooftops and balconies of hotels and buildings with views of the race circuit. The night racing is sure to be a gorgeous event.
What is dazzling is the sheer number of global entertainment acts in the performance program. As if the race was not going to be exciting enough! From all continents of the globe, artists will showcase talents that will showcase the spectrum of world talent. On race day, September 25th, the US rock band, Linkin Park, will be the highlight of the day. Shakira, from Columbia, is sure to get the hips moving in the stands and spark the Latin passion on Saturday as well.
And if that is not star-studded enough for you, Shaggy will be bringing on the Jamaican vibe on Saturday and Sunday. Charice from the Philippines shines with vocal talent. Boy George and Rick Astley cast us back into the carefree 80’s with their UK dance hits. There will be dance troupes and artists from Thailand, Italy, Africa, Australia, Brazil and France. Check out the Entertainment Program on the Singapore Grand Prix website for a full schedule of this weekend’s entertainment extravaganza.
As for me, I am daydreaming about enjoying the race sipping a glass of champagne from the rooftop of the French restaurant, Saint Julien. Sigh… maybe next year! For those of you attending, dress for tropical weather and enjoy the festivities. Shoot some great pictures to us with your phones and keep us updated via Twitter and Facebook. We’d love to be “in on” the fun, too!
For those of you who also can’t make it over for this race, the Singapore Grand Prix will be broadcast on the BBC and the SPEED channel on cable tv. I bet the Facebook page will also be abuzz with race chatter.
The big question is… Will Sebastian Vetter wrap up the driver’s title for 2011 by winning the Singapore Grand Prix? No matter the outcome, this race is sure to be a sizzling event!
Here’s a look at a map of the Circuit track for Singapore:
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