The Formula 1 Singapore Airlines Singapore Grand
Prix 2019 has set a record for the second highest attendance in
its 12-year history, overtaking the previous one set last year.
With more than 130 hours of entertainment across
10 stages, innovative hospitality offerings and gastronomic
experiences throughout the Circuit Park, the twelfth edition of
the Formula 1 night race drew 268,000 spectators to the Marina Bay
Street Circuit over the three-day action-packed weekend.
The 61-lap Formula 1 Singapore Airlines
Singapore Grand Prix 2019 ended with Sebastian Vettel winning his
first race in 13 months, though questions are being asked whether
the right Ferrari won, with Sebastian's colleague at Ferrari,
Charles Leclerc, coming in second, and Red Bull's Max Verstappen
Off the track, the eventís stellar
entertainment line-up over the race weekend included Swedish House
Gwen Stefani, Fatboy Slim, Hans Zimmer, as well as
Toots and the Maytals, with Red Hot Chili Peppers closing
the action-packed weekend at the Padang Stage after the chequered
flag was waved.