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Single-Day Walkabout Tickets released for the 2008 Formula 1 Singapore Grand Prix

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Single-day walkabout tickets for the 2008 Formula 1 SingTel Singapore Grand Prix have been released for sale. The single-day walkabout tickets are priced at Sin$38 for Friday (26 September), Sin$58 for Saturday (27 September) and Sin$108 for Sunday (26 September). Tickets are subject to availability.

Single-day concessions have also been made available for youths (aged 7 to 15) and seniors (aged 60 and above). The youth and senior concession offers an approximately 10% discount, with the tickets priced at Sin$34 for Friday, Sin$52 for Saturday and Sin$98 for Sunday. Youths and seniors will have to present proof of age upon entering the circuit.

Each person can buy up to eight tickets (a combination of full price and concession tickets) per transaction. This is to ensure that the race is available to as wide an audience as possible.

Walkabout spectators will be able to enjoy the action up-close from various location points around the circuit. To ensure that spectators get a great view of the race, there will be a number of bleachers located along some of the prime trackside viewing locations around the walkabout areas.

Apart from the numerous food, beverage and entertainment outlets that can be found all over the circuit park, spectators will also enjoy  selected outlets at the Esplanade and the Singapore Flyer.

General walkabout ticket holders can walk around the entire circuit park except into the Northern Loop (which includes the Paddock, Pit Building, Pit Grandstands and Turns 1, 2 and 3) and restricted areas (safety and technical zones).

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