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Lewis Hamilton on track already… March 18, 2008

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Well, a race full of drama and incident kicks off the 2008 Formula One season and we here at Fugare F1 were on the edges of our seats.

Bookings are at an all time high with Fugare F1 for the Monaco Grand Prix 2008 and Lewis Hamilton’s win yesterday is sure to encourage even more McLaren and Hamilton supporters to visit racetracks throughout the world. With new races in Valencia and Singapore this is set to be an incredibly exciting season.
View from Fugare F1 Private Balcony at the Monaco Grand Prix

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What next for F1 and the Monaco Grand Prix January 28, 2008

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Bookings for the Monaco Grand Prix are at record levels with many hotels and hospitality balconies already sold out and the best packages selling very quickly – book your Monaco Grand Prix trip with Fugare F1 soon to avoid disappointment.

Formula One is changing and it will affect all of the F1 races including our beloved Monaco Grand Prix.

“Whilst the regulators and rule makers dither (10 year/5 year/3 minute engine freeze? Energy recovery? Aero ban? A freeze on big hats?) trying to figure out which environmentally friendly rule, ridiculous or not, to implement next, over at Top Gear their is an article on driver racing…Prius!!

In Hong Kong Prius drivers are reprogramming their cars and competing in, yes…economy races.

Impressive sure, technically great sure, entertaining definitely! Would it work at the Monaco Grand Prix, Singapore GP, European GP or any other F1 race?

“Imagine a Formula One car of 2013 with a 2.4-litre V8 for some noise and thunder but only 100-litres of fuel per race and open rules governing where to get the rest from. Energy recovery? Solar? Get-out-and-push” – up Beau Rivage at the Monaco GP, we don’t think so?

“The racers will be forced to learn an entirely new technique (fuel management), and the egg-heads back in the F1 factories will be inspired to come up with new and exciting energy recovery/gathering technologies to supplement the fuel shortage.

Us motorists could even benefit from a trickle down of this tech, because let’s face it, how long before fuel rationing becomes unavoidable?” quotes reproduced courtesy of Top Gear

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Ferrari from one of Fugare F1 balconies at Monaco Grand Prix

Book NOW for Singapore GP !! December 17, 2007

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There are just nine months remaining before the SingTel Singapore F1 Grand Prix and pressure is building to find viewing locations and vantage spots around the track. Those looking to watch the race for free can forget it apparently!

Singapore Flyer – a 30-minute ride on the 165m wheel, which should offer views of the track, will cost between $23.60 and $69 when the Flyer opens in March and the night rides (8pm to 10pm) on the race days are likely to cost at least $200 each.

Managing director, Ms Patsy Ong, of Adval Brand Group the Flyer’s ticketing agent says ‘The area around the Flyer, F1 pit building and street circuit will be cordoned off during the race period. Those who want to visit the Flyer will have to purchase race passes from Singapore GP (the race promoter) to access the track-side.’

The Singapore Cricket Club (SCC) and Singapore Recreation Club (SRC) are in discussions as to whether their members will be able to watch the race from their premises.

A 50 year old businessman, member of both clubs, complained, ‘Why should members pay the race promoter if we want to watch it from our premises? It doesn’t make sense, the race is encroaching on our space.’

The chances of anyone getting free glimpses of the race are slim. Singapore GP’s executive director Michael Roche, stated ‘We need to ensure fans get maximum value from our range of daily or season passes. We will erect screening fences at appropriate heights to restrict any unauthorised views.’

The three-day F1 race, which aims to draw 240,000 visitors, can cost up to $150million to stage annually.

FREE VIEW?

SINGAPORE FLYER – Aerial view

BACCHUS, FULLERTON WATERBOAT HOUSE – Anderson Bridge

CITY SPACE BAR, SWISSOTEL THE STAMFORD – Aerial view

NEW ASIA BAR, SWISSOTEL THE STAMFORD – Aerial view

MILLENIA TOWER – Aerial view

OUB PLAZA, MAYBANK TOWER, SIX BATTERY ROAD – Offices facing the Anderson Bridge

HIGH STREET CENTRE – Offices facing Parliament House can see cars zip by the Padang

ONE MARINA BOULEVARD – Offices facing Collyer Quay can see cars racing to the Esplanade

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Red Bull drivers look forward to Singapore December 11, 2007

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RedBull’s David Coulthard is excited (almost!) about another demanding circuit in 2008.

‘I haven’t yet seen the Singapore track although I have seen the map of the proposed layout and it looks interesting. In the past we had quite a few street circuits, but recently Monaco has been the only one. In 2008, we will have three on the calendar, with Valencia also hosting a street race.’ ‘I always like visiting somewhere new and learning a new track and the fact this will be the first ever Formula One night race means it will be particularly special and memorable’

Coulthard thinks that ‘by definition, all street circuits are demanding, not technically, as average speeds are usually not so fast, but they all demand maximum concentration all the time, as kerbs and barriers are very near the edge of the track.

Asked what he felt was the most challenging circuit DC responded ‘Monaco is the most demanding circuit we race on so far, for the reasons I have described: The barriers are very close and the slightest mistake is severely punished, whereas at a normal circuit you can spin off into a gravel trap or a tarmac escape road and get going again. The tight and twisty nature means it is physically demanding too.’

Coulthard’s RedBull team mate Mark Webber comments ‘it’s always difficult to guesstimate how tough a circuit will be on paper so obviously I’ll have a greater impression after I’ve driven it. ‘But, unquestionably it’s going to be very unique racing under lights.’

Webber also considers Monaco the toughest circuit ‘Monaco because in terms of safety and design, it is very old in its layout which means very, very minimal room for error which I like as it provides us with the greatest test and challenge,’.

‘It’s always exciting to race at brand new venues and to have a new race which is also a street circuit and at night makes it an even greater thrill.

‘I’m a big fan of street circuits as they are far more punishing than most purpose-built tracks so if a driver gets it wrong and makes a mistake out on the track, there’s usually a big price to pay for it,’ says the Australian.

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Official Team Paddock Hospitality for first Singapore Grand Prix from FugareF1.com November 15, 2007

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Demand for this race is going to be huge and as a result many of the hospitality packages have been secured before they are released to the public.

Fugare F1 have access to official Team Paddock Hospitality from a number of teams including:

Renault Team Paddock Club
The price for a 3-day (Fri. Sat. & Sun.) pass is £4,995 per person

Singapore GP Race details
· Race dates – 26th,27th,28th September 2008
· Race time – Est. 8.00pm start
· Paddock Club opening times – 13:00 -22:30pm
· Roof top terrace viewing
· Located above the pit building on the start / finish straight

If you are interested in this race please contact us asap, we expect the majority of our hospitality options for this race to be sold out within the next 2 weeks.

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Comparisons – Monaco Grand Prix & Singapore Grand Prix October 29, 2007

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It is said that Singapore’s circuit, (one of the three anti clockwise tracks on the calendar along with Brazil and Turkey) will stand poles apart from the Monaco Grand Prix, F1’s solo street race. The high-speed racetrack is set to pose plenty of challenges for the world’s finest drivers.

Fiona Smith, PR manager of Singapore GP PTE Limited, is quoted as saying. “Clearly our plans to create the first night race in Formula One history set us apart, but the track additionally will give the drivers some great challenges…The combination of long straights and fast, flowing corners will create the fastest street circuit ever and the track also incorporates some of Singapore’s most distinctive architectural and heritage features.”

“We are also creating 1.2km of new roads and of course, the permanent state-of-the art pit building and paddock complex which is in itself a US$22.4 million project.

She added: “Singapore GP Pte Ltd has secured the rights from the Formula One Group for five years from 2008, with an option with FOA (Formula One Administration Limited) to extend for a further five years thereafter.

“This will be the biggest sporting and social event that Singapore has ever hosted. It will bring the largest-ever global TV audience to an activity with Singapore at its heart. We hope we will also create an event incomparable in F1 too.”

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A leap in the dark for F1 October 28, 2007

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Proposed Singapore Street Circuit
2008 will see a new challenge for drivers and teams in Formula One after it was confirmed that Singapore’s new circuit is to stage a first for any Grand Prix – a floodlit night race held in September.

The season starts in Australia in March, ends in Brazil in November and, whilst the US GP drops off the schedule, new Grands Prix street races in Valencia and Singapore extend the F1 calendar to 18 races with Canada and France remaining despite previously being in doubt.

The British Grand Prix at Silverstone has been given a date of 6 July and the German Grand Prix returns at Hockenheim on 20 July.

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