Singapore F1 2009 Tickets (How much will you pay this year?)

How much will you spend on a 3-day pass for Singapore F1 2009?


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lioneldude

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With the current recession going on, how much will you pay for this year's F1 singapore tickets?

I created a poll let's see how much on tickets per person will you spend.

Current news is the tickets will be released 28th March 2009 for the 2009 SGGP.
 

Dovedo

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I would rather go malaysia to see F1
 

ahbian

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I had a pass but I stayed at home to watch it on TV. ;p
Might stick to TV again this year.
 

jeff49er

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I am not a fan of F1 and wont pay to watch at the stands. I also want to avoid the crowd and the security check is very air tight.
 

evo-lution

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I will mount a cameler on a try-pod in front of my TV instead....

And, maybe pair it with a HDD recorder so i can rewind in case i miss the magic moment:bsmilie:

Lens not fast enuf nvm, then slow the TV down lor....
 

Lolrence

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I've always thought the F1 was only in Singapore for 2008...
 

ahbian

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I've always thought the F1 was only in Singapore for 2008...
I think we have the contract for five years, with option for two additional ones after that.
 

Wibblo

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told company bought tickets for clients...hope my clients asked for the tickets...because if they do..I have to accompany them....:bsmilie:
 

smalltake

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I got a grandstand tix last year, under company's account of course........

But was abit disappointing....... nothing much to see, just to get that experience. I dun think the sitting was well done as the view is not that fantastic, of course, unless you gettign the VIP seat that cost about $7.5k. With the economy, I think the money will come in useful to alot of people, even to me.

So I will not pay a single cents to watch F1, rather spend the money to go on holiday with my family to spend quality time. I just change a new job, and this coy had purhcased the Paddock Club tix last year. This year they should be getting the same.... so i will only go if they provided us the tix.. once they give, its for the 3 days event!! But pay from my own pocket, I rather use the money to buy a D3x!! heheheh..........or a nice nice lens...... :bsmilie:
 

lexus

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I would rather go malaysia to see F1
Me too, it's less then 100 bucks at sheltered hillstand @ C1 and park your car at PC1,PC2 or PC3 area. Been there twice :)

You can book your ticket at www.wheelsforfun.com.sg

Wheels For Fun Pte Ltd

337B Beach Road
Singapore 199565

Telephone: (65) 6235 2591
Fascimile: (65) 6446 1136

Email:
enquiry@wheelsforfun.com.sg
 

lioneldude

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But the C1 hillstand (non-covered) in Malaysia is quite far away from the track, at least 70-100meters out right? Although cos 100RM but need binoculars like that lei.
 

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