Instantly establishing itself as one of the most dramatic and atmospheric races on the calendar, the Singapore Grand Prix is set to provide another gripping showdown this year.
The circuit made up of public roads in the Marina Bay area accommodates more than 80,000 spectators.
With the Singapore Grand Prix just around the corner, many fans of Formula 1 will enjoy the sport only on television or in the stands.
But what if you wanted to be more involved in the sport and not just a spectator? There are many different professions that extend beyond the driver and pit crew, here are just a few:
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