F1 Singapore Grand Prix Day 2 Qualifying Pictures
sssThe pictures describe themselves So this post is all about my photo coverage of the Formula 1 Singapore Grand Prix Qualifying. Fernando Alonso and Sebastian Vettel were both battling for the Pole Position. Vettel had the fastest lap on the practice sessions but Fernando Alonso was very determined to get that pole. Vettel has always been doing a good job in the Signapore circuit. But, of course, it is not good enough.
*Pictures taken by Nikon D40 with 70-300g Nikkor zoom lens and 18-50mm kit lens. Pictures are copyrighted. Contact me if you want to use some of my photos.
This is the view outside our window at Hotel Re!
Glass elevator of Hotel Re! with a pink shadow of Marilyn Monro
Re! for Retro!
Another nice church I saw while roaming around the city
Ilumo mall – The lanterns lit up at night
Bugis Street where you can find lots of great fashion buys, lots of durian and drinks and pasalubong to take home. They also have a s3x shop inside too lol
Albert Centre – Hawker Center with plenty choices of local dishes (to blog about this separately)
I can’t help but notice great architectural structures in Singapore. The buildings are eye-catching. This is the La Salle building. I think it’s a new mall, not sure though.
My favorite place to eat Duck Rice and Char Siew Rice (Roasted Pork / Asado Rice). This is Leang Seah street corner Northbridge Road.
Yu Kee Duck Rice (the red resto on the left side of the picture) is where you should go
Marina Bay Sands is finally up! They also have that cracked egg thingy on the side which bursts with inviting disco lights that reach the sky at night.
A close up view of the egg thingy. It still looks unfinished.
Sexy gal, eager to watch the cars zoom in front of her!
This picture is a little bit blurry but people here can do crazy fun stuff
Like I said, you don’t have to be an F1 fan to watch it. It is just one of the sexiest experience in my life ever!
Fullerton Hotel always has nice cars parked outside it.
Rolls Royce anyone?
They said that real travel photographers don’t only take landscape photos and stuff, but they also take photos of the locals and other people.
So, I’m trying to be a real one lol. Hence, I also have a series of photos of spectators like I did before here.
I saw this posh pretty little girl and I can’t help but take my camera and capture her
A young F1 fan
3 Bros… young F1 fans
Amazed by the Marina Bay Sands
This was taken on Saturday’s Qualifying. When it’s Sunday race day, this grandstand is Jammed!
I just realized, you can watch F1 from a boat or a yacht! Do they sell tickets from this angle? lol
Lucky one, his job is to shoot F1 cars live all over the world!
Good thing I brought my 70-300 zoom lens! I was so far from him. The major change they had for this year was to issue a limited number of wristbands that will give you access to the Fan Zone area.
It’s like a VIP section. It’s free but you have to line up for the access. T_T
Another angle of Daughtry
Renault F1 car Singapore Grand Prix 2010
Force India Singapore GP 2010
Another Renault car. It’s not hard to take photos of the Renault car, it’s so photogenic. It reflects more light than any other cars and my pictures with it are always clear.
Fernando Alonso of Ferrari zooming in front of me at the Signapore Grand Prix!
Fence-less photo of the Red Bull car. They are pretty strong this year! So far, they are leading the constructor’s championship title.
Felipe Massa who didn’t make it well with the Qualifying.
Also thanking Singapore Airlines, Singapore Tourism Board and Stratworks and all the Rev and Rave partners for making this all possible Thanking also Nick who drove us around Singapore (Through STB) thanks so much that was the most enjoyable Singapore stay ever!