This year’s Singapore Grand Prix is just two weekends away, and already its organisers are pulling out all the stops to ensure the event goes off without a hitch.
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On Monday, a group of 10 religious leaders representing different faiths gathered at the Marina Bay Circuit to bless the upcoming Sep 16 – 18 event and its drivers. This ceremony has been a ritual for the Singapore Formula One racing event since it started in 2008.
According to an interview that Colin Syn, deputy chairman of the Singapore Grand Prix, gave to Today in 2013, the religious practice is unique to the Singapore circuit. Read more…More about Formula 1, Singapore, Singapore Grand Prix, F1, and World
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