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Singapore’s inaugural Formula 1 race – Singapore Grand Prix kicks off yesterday with practice sessions, qualifying round this evening and the actual race day tomorrow!

If you aren’t the lucky few who have managed to get tickets to witness the race weekend, you can follow these bloggers for first-hand experience on the race.

Webmice Bloggery
by webmice
Webmice is reporting first-hand from the venue with tons of photos. One can almost sense how excited he is about the F1 simply by following his blog. Highly recommended!

by knox
Another first-hand blogger live from the venue. Do remember to bring ear plugs for the next 2 race days!

Angela Leow Gray
by blursotong
Angela’s dad is cool enough to be volunteering for the Singapore Grand Prix. Read about the private tour her dad gave her behind the control room!

The Keropok – Singapore Daily Photo
An avid photographer who’s there taking first-hand photos from the venue!

holey baloney
by ruku
How about following the race through a blogger who is lucky enough to be working at one of the offices around the race track?

by abunehneh
Very nice live practice sessions report, abuneneh!

Right Here With Yanni
by herewithyanni
Another lucky blogger with great view of the race track from the office. Hey, stop considering already, you should be going to the office this Sunday!

Other bloggers who have written/posted about the Singapore GP:
by jasonho

Singapore Formula 1 Grand Prix
by unclesha
by jamessoh

Do let me know if we have missed your blog out by simply leaving a comment here. I will gladly include your blog as well.

Have an enjoyable race weekend!

– uzyn


Written by uzyn

September 27, 2008 at 5:12 pm

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  1. Thank you, Ping! I would love to have photographed the crashes but I guess I wasn’t at the right spot. It is weird to see Ferrari boss to slam Singapore’s F1 as a ‘circus’ track when his guys on the motors aren’t getting things right. Instead of showing the world how Ferrari team will learn from their mistakes, the boss himself make a PR blunder by condemning a track that has produced many firsts. It is time for them to reflect within.


    October 1, 2008 at 11:16 am

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