Singapore GP Schedule 2023: Formula 1

Track Schedule

F1 track action starts on Friday in Singapore with two, 1-hour free practice sessions (FP1 & FP2) for teams to find the perfect setup.

Free practice 3 (FP3) takes place on Saturday evening, building up to qualifying; a 3-part session where lap times decide starting positions for the Grand Prix on Sunday night.

f1 track schedule
FridayFirst Practice17:30 - 18:30
Second Practice21:00 - 22:00
SaturdayThird Practice17:30 - 18:30
Qualifying21:00 - 22:00
SundayGrand Prix (62 laps or 120 minutes)*20:00 - 22:00

*An F1 race has a maximum time of 2 hours, but can run for up to 3 hours if there are red flags. Jump to full timetable.

Pitstop Practice

Spectators with a view of the pits try not to blink. This is where pit crews hone their skills for the 2 second tyre change.

Pitstop Practice at the Singapore GP is from 16:00 – 16:30 on Saturday.

pitstop practice schedule

Driver Track Parade

This is when the grandstands really start to fill up. 2 hours before lights out, drivers warm-up for the race by waving at fans and answering questions. Last chance photo op before the helmets go on.

The Driver Parade at the Singapore GP is from 6:00-6:30pm on Sunday.

f1 track parade time

Singapore GP Schedule 2023: Support Races

Porsche Carrera Cup Asia

The Asian arm of the Porsche Carrera Cup, a one make sports car series with regional championships around the world.

Track sessions on the timetable include a 45 minute practice session on Friday and a 30 minute qualifying session on Saturday. The first of two 30 minute races is on Saturday and the second is on Sunday.

porsche carrera cup asia
© LoupDragon42 | Wikimedia

Thailand Super Series (TSS)

Started in 2013, this young motorsport series is the biggest in Thailand and includes drivers from several Asia/Pacific nations. Entrants include a mix of GT3/ GTM and GTC supercars. The FIA-sanctioned touring car series will support the Singapore GP for the second time this year.

The schedule for Singapore sees a 30-minute practice session on Friday and a 30-minute qualifying session later the same day. There are two, 30-minute races; one on Saturday and one on Sunday.

tss support race
© Garret Voight | Flickr

Off-track Entertainment in Singapore

Nightly Concerts at the Padang Stage

Nightly concerts featuring some big-name acts are the perfect way to enjoy the Grand Prix atmosphere for longer. This year’s main stage acts on Sunday are Robbie Williams, Kings Of Leon, Madness and Groove Armada.

Headline acts are scheduled for an hour and a half each day and start at 22:00 on Friday and 22:25 on Saturday and Sunday.

singapore f1 concert

Singapore Gate Opening & Closing Times

Friday14:00 - 00:00
Saturday14:30 - 00:00
Sunday14:30 - 00:10

Full Timetable for the Singapore Grand Prix Weekend

FRIDAY 15th SEPTEMBER Local time
TSS The Super SeriesPractice Session14:10 - 14:40
Porsche Carrera Cup AsiaPractice Session15:05 - 15:50
FIAF1 Car Presentation16:00 - 17:00
Paddock ClubPaddock Club Pit Lane Walk16:00 - 17:10
TSS The Super SeriesQualifying Session19:00 - 19:30
Formula 1Teams Press Conference19:00 - 20:00
Paddock ClubPaddock Club Pit Lane Walk19:40 - 20:40
Porsche Carrera Cup AsiaQualifying Session13:55 - 14:25
TSS The Super SeriesFirst Race (25 Mins +1 Lap)15:00 - 15:30
Paddock ClubPaddock Club Pit Lane Walk15:45 - 17:00
Formula 1Team Pit Stop Practice16:00 - 16:30
Porsche Carrera Cup AsiaFirst Race (12 Laps or 30 Mins)19:10 - 19:45
Paddock ClubPaddock Club Pit Lane Walk19:55 - 20:40
Formula 1Press Conference22:00 - 23:00
F1 ExperiencesF1 Experiences Champions Club Trophy Photo & Grid Walk22:15 - 23:15
TSS The Super SeriesSecond Race (25 Mins +1 Lap)15:30 - 16:00
Porsche Carrera Cup AsiaSecond Race (12 Laps or 30 Mins)16:35 - 17:10
Paddock ClubPaddock Club Pit Lane Walk17:20 - 18:50
Formula 1Drivers' Parade17:50 - 18:20
FORMULA 1GRAND PRIX (62 LAPS OR 120 MINS)20:00 - 22:00

All start times in this timetable and other schedules on this page are in the local timezone at the track. Times are subject to change.

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