Excitingly, Singapore Race Week 2022 is scheduled from September 30 to October 2. Equally, there will be 23 races. Additionally, after two years of cancellations, the night race will take place on October 2 at Marina Bay Street circuit.
Wonderfully, this seven-year agreement for motor racing is one of the longest made between the Formula 1 Group and a specific location.
Indeed, this agreement will boost Singapore’s tourism sector. Once again, showcasing Singapore as a leading global city with plenty of iconic events, attractive lifestyles and more, initiating jobs and revenue for Singaporeans.
Accordingly, contributors will work with government to ensure the safety of attendees, participates and employees as we learn to live with COVID-19. Surely, we expect the races to require all visitors to prove fully-vaccinated status.
According to reports, Singapore Grand Prix normally lures over 550,000 visitors, with 40% being unique international travellers. Subsequently, the exclusive night race is the only one on the Formula 1 schedule.
Certainly, Singapore’s tourism sector has been heavily affected by COVID-19. Consequently, this renewal has significant long-term benefits to recovering tourism growth in Singapore.