What Singapore GP can teach other F1 races

What Singapore GP can teach other F1 races

Liberty has big plans for how future grands prix should be organised and promoted, but Singapore has been blazing a trail for many of those ideas for years - as JAMES ALLEN explains

The more you look at the way Formula 1 is developing, especially the way that the owners Liberty Media approach race promotion, the more you realise what a great job the Singapore Grand Prix organisers have done over the past decade.

In many ways they are the pioneers of the new F1 race experience - not only by hosting the first night race, but by introducing so many elements that make going to an F1 race a true 'experience'. They have combined motorsport and music; not just a single well-known band, but essentially a mini music festival every year, as well as layers of other entertainment, food and other activities.

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