Marina Bay revs up for S'pore Grand Prix again

A forklift driver moving goods around the Formula One Pit Building, as it gears up to host the F1 Singapore Airlines Singapore Grand Prix next weekend. Over 700 tonnes of equipment are expected to be fitted into the garages as well as other parts of
PHOTO: SINGAPORE GP

A forklift driver moving goods around the Formula One Pit Building, as it gears up to host the F1 Singapore Airlines Singapore Grand Prix next weekend.

Over 700 tonnes of equipment are expected to be fitted into the garages as well as other parts of the building ahead of the teams' arrival in a few days.

This year marks the 10th edition of the sport's only full night race, which saw some 73,000 fans visit Marina Bay to catch the action last year.

A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Sunday Times on September 10, 2017, with the headline 'Marina Bay revs up for S'pore Grand Prix again'. Print Edition | Subscribe