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F1: Where to watch from?

Postby revhappy » Sat, 25 Sep 2010 5:10 pm

Hi Guys,

Can somebody suggest a location to get a good view of the F1 race, for free ofcourse ;)

Cheers,
Revhappy!

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Re: F1: Where to watch from?

Postby ksl » Sat, 25 Sep 2010 5:29 pm

revhappy wrote:Hi Guys,

Can somebody suggest a location to get a good view of the F1 race, for free ofcourse ;)

Cheers,
Revhappy!


On the Telly! :lol: You are lucky if you get a 1 second glimpse, though the noise and atmosphere maybe a satisfying experience. Not for me though, if i was going I would probably locate myself on top of one of the largest buildings over looking the track, with a bird watchers scope, you may get a few seconds more. :)

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Postby carteki » Sat, 25 Sep 2010 6:41 pm

It would be telling ... but not a secret :P I watched from the food court on the 2nd floor at Marina Square last night (fri) and the view was pretty good. They will close it if the numbers get too large, so either get there early or late!

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Postby durain » Sat, 25 Sep 2010 8:05 pm

carteki wrote: the food court on the 2nd floor at Marina Square last night (fri) and the view was pretty good


i better bring some tissue pack to reserve my seats then! :P :D

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Postby SGBoyxxx » Mon, 27 Sep 2010 11:07 pm

:oops: in fact I find it enjoyable to watch at home...

of cos...there are commerical breaks in between..but I feel is good enough since I am really into F1 sports.

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Postby ScoobyDoes » Tue, 28 Sep 2010 10:48 am

SGBoyxxx wrote:..but I feel is good enough since I am really into F1 sports.



If you were really into it.......the commerical breaks would get right on your tats.

I prefer watching it on TV and listening to the commentary than being trackside though now and again it's grest to get the smell and noise as a reminder. The SG race is hopeless to watch trackside as an F1 fan but is great as an experience and all that surrounds the race and circuit.

Sepang is better to see the race, but is useless for anything else.

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Postby SGBoyxxx » Tue, 28 Sep 2010 11:58 pm

ScoobyDoes wrote:
SGBoyxxx wrote:..but I feel is good enough since I am really into F1 sports.



If you were really into it.......the commerical breaks would get right on your tats.

I prefer watching it on TV and listening to the commentary than being trackside though now and again it's grest to get the smell and noise as a reminder. The SG race is hopeless to watch trackside as an F1 fan but is great as an experience and all that surrounds the race and circuit.

Sepang is better to see the race, but is useless for anything else.


opps I typed wrongly , I mean I am not into F1 but do watch sometimes. :oops:


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