Changi into top gear for F1

By Administrator |

As part of 'the Changi Experience' and to build excitement ahead of the 2009 Formula 1 Singtel Singapore Grand Prix, the Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore (CAAS) is partnering with Singtel and race promoter SingaporeGP

with an innovative promotion at Changi Airport.

CAAS says that its Singapore Grand Prix road show will offer 'The Ultimate Racing Sensation' at Changi Airport with life-sized race track simulators and racing game consoles on display until May 24 2009 – for both passengers and airport visitors.

CAAS says that one of the highlights will be a lucky draw where two winners will walk away with a pair of Singapore Grand Prix Bay Grandstand tickets each.

The airport authority says that the first leg of 'The Ultimate Racing Sensation' road show has already kicked off in the public areas of Terminal 3 two sets of life-sized SingTel race car simulators and four sets of racing game consoles are on display until May 7. It says that all airport visitors can enjoy a free multi-sensory ride on the simulators to experience the Singapore circuit for themselves, or try their hand at the racing game consoles. Visitors can also take part in the lucky draw.

In the next stage, the road show will continue in the Departure Transit Malls of Terminals 1, 2 and 3 and the Budget Terminal from May 8-24 where passengers spending a minimum of S$15 ($10) can ride on the racing game consoles.

Record breakers who clock the best times stand to win limited edition Singapore Grand Prix premiums and Changi Airport collectibles.

Each participant will also be entitled to a complimentary photo souvenir pictured against a Formula One thematic backdrop and a chance to take part in the lucky draw which will take place on May 29.

The 2009 Formula 1 Singtel Singapore Grand Prix itself will take place from September 25-27 at the Marina Bay Street Circuit in the heart of downtownSingapore.

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