The Marina Bay circuit is a world-famous street circuit in one of Singapore's busiest districts, featuring a dramatic track layout that provides thrilling racing for drivers and spectators alike. With long stretches, tight turns and both flat and inclined sections, it is a challenging and dynamic race circuit.
Nothing on the radar. The engines are silent, the tires are cold and the asphalt is getting greener with every passing day.
Nearest track of a similar category is Shanghai International Circuit (3806 kilometers away).
The circuit has a total of 23 turns, but is made up of only 19 actual corners.
It is one of the most expensive Formula One constructions ever built, costing $150 million.
The main grandstand seats over 30,000 spectators and is roughly the size of nine football pitches.
The circuit measures just over 5.063 km in length, making it one of the longest circuits, featuring a total of 23 turns.
The circuit is said to have the longest straight in F1 circuit — the pit straight, which can be as long as 1.2 km.
It features the world’s only full-day-night race on the F1 calendar and is the only circuit to showcase two twilight races.
The track has a four-level pit lane, from which the cars make their way directly onto the track.
It is one of the first race tracks to feature virtual safety car (VSC) in 2008.
There are two fireworks displays held each race day evening.
10.The circuit is equipped with a total of 37 spotlights to ensure that the track will be perfectly illuminated during race time.