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Singapore races in the night Formula 1 and it’s business as usual in the day Ministry of Trade and Industry (Singapore)

Singapore races in the night Formula 1 and it’s business as usual in the day Ministry of Trade and Industry (Singapore)

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After an absence of two years, the Singapore Grand Prix was back, and the Marina Bay area was once again filled with the thrilling roar of Formula 1 cars! The crowds were back too, soaking in the electric atmosphere, and getting soaked by the heavy downpour, but that didn’t take anything away from the festiveness […]

After an absence of two years, the Singapore Grand Prix was back, and the Marina Bay area was once again filled with the thrilling roar of Formula 1 cars! The crowds were back too, soaking in the electric atmosphere, and getting soaked by the heavy downpour, but that didn’t take anything away from the festiveness nor Sergio Perez and team Red Bull’s commanding win!

Ours was the world’s first F1 night race to be held (in 2008), and remains one of our biggest international events. I’m glad to see spectators from all around the world visiting Singapore just to attend it. It is yet another sign that we have emerged from the pandemic and are open for business.

Well done to the team at Ministry of Trade and Industry (Singapore) and Singapore Tourism Board, and everyone who worked hard to make this a successful and memorable event!

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